The withdrawal of courses in any discipline has the effect of weakening the whole, making the work of academic departments less economic and jeopardising the future of other courses.The CIOB believes that construction and built environment professions should work together to maintain a network of strong, well-resourced centres of higher education. The closure of courses by the RICS threatens to reduce total student recruitment at a time when industrial demand significantly exceeds graduate output.
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The Hamilton County Coroner has ruled the child’s death a homicide, police said.”The baby endured severe trauma in a short period of time,” said Homicide Sgt. Tom Lanter. Pressed to elaborate, he stressed that the infant’s entire body suffered injury, but he would not be more specific. An investigation into the death is continuing, Lanter said.
A Fairfield Christian school which lost a teacher and fellow student when a Liberty Township woman and her 16-year-old son were killed on the way home from school Tuesday is rallying to help the rest of the shattered family. Two other family members, one also a teacher at the school and the other a student there.
Joseph Grambsch, 16, a student at the school, who died at the accident scene on the Route 4 Bypass minutes from the family home on Route 4.Seriously injured were:Jennifer R. Grambsch, 25, a teacher at the school, who underwent surgery at Univ ersity Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, where she was in fair condition Wednesday night.Stephen Grambsch, 8, a student at the school, who was taken to Children’s Hospita l in Cincinnati where he also was in fair condition.The crash occurred about 5 p.m. Tuesday when the car driven by Joseph Grambsch, 16, hit two semi trailer trucks on Rte. 4 at the Rte. 4 Bypass in Fairfield Township. The Grambsch family, including father Terry and another daughter, Theresa, worship at Tri-County Assembly of God Church which is connected to the school.