Qstream Named to Training Industry’s Prestigious 2020 List of Top Training Companies for Health and Safety/Compliance Training

“We appreciate Training Industry’s recognition of Qstream as a member of this year’s Top Health and Safety/Compliance Training List,” said Rich Lanchantin, CEO at Qstream. “Businesses are accelerating their shift to remote learning models due to the impact of COVID-19, and rely on Qstream’s microlearning capabilities to deliver their critical compliance training across the enterprise. We’re able to help our clients reach learners faster through higher engagement, help them drive real knowledge retention and proficiency gain, and substantiate compliance results through detailed analytics.”

Qstream was selected for the Top Health and Safety/Compliance list based on our learning technology capabilities, experience, and expertise in helping enterprise corporate learning and compliance teams to educate and reinforce their employees on programs such as occupational health and safety, EPA training, laws, regulations, and policies. Companies admitted on this list were based on a variety of health and safety/compliance training offerings, the ability to

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Ruha Benjamin and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor named Freedom Scholars

Ruha Benjamin, associate professor of African American studies at Princeton University, and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, assistant professor of African American studies, have been named among the first cohort of Freedom Scholars, an initiative supporting progressive academics who are at the forefront of movements for economic and social justice.

The Marguerite Casey Foundation and Group Health Foundation, which partnered to create the award, announced the $3-million initiative that will support 12 academics, each with a $250,000 award over two years.

The awards were established due to the limited financial resources and constraints that scholars, especially progressive scholars, frequently face. Freedom Scholars lead ​abolitionist, Black, feminist, queer, radical and anti-colonialist studies — critical fields of research that are often underfunded.​

Benjamin, who joined the faculty in 2014, studies the social dimensions of science, technology and medicine with a focus on the relationship between innovation and inequity, health and justice, and knowledge and power. 

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