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The tech giant is creating a certificate program with several Los Angeles-area institutions and hopes to launch a two-year degree.
Matt Manweller was dismissed after an university investigation found evidence of inappropriate behavior.
This week, 100 girls from numerous countries, including the United States, have gathered in Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state) to participate in daily STEAM activities as well as cross-cultural and leadership activities.
The universityâ€™s president and athletics director said they met with Jordan McNairâ€™s family on Tuesday as outrage over the administrationâ€™s response swirls.
Eastern Michigan University is set to implement a new scholarship program next fall to help incentivize students to graduate within four years. The program, 4WARD Graduation Scholarship, will fully outline in advance the fixed cost of attendance for the student’s freshman, sophomore, junior and senior years. According to Kevin Kucera, vice president for enrollment management at EMU, the program will be beneficial for families who have questions and concerns about
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Saint Xavier University recently received a $1.46-million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), making the award the first NSF grant SXU has received as a Hispanic-serving institution (HSI). The funding is also the largest NSF award in the school’s history. As a participating school in the NSF’s Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program, SXU’s five-year grant will support underserved students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
It's kind of an irony that schools are in the business of delivering education, but as an entity, schools themselves don't know how to get better. Lydia Dobyns, CEO, New Tech NetworkHow good are schools at learning? Can they get better? As a culture, we worry a lot about student learning. But students don’t learn in a vacuum: Most are part of organizations (namely schools) that involve adults who also
Calli Norton is one happy college graduate. Not only did the lover of politics begin an exciting job in her field of study right after graduating West Virginia State University (WVSU) this spring, she’s working exactly where she wants – in Washington, D.C., the nation’s seat of government, public policy and power. Calli Norton “I’m right up my alley here,” says Norton, who studied communications and public relations and works
Charles Barkley, a National Basketball Association (NBA) Hall of Famer and two-time Olympic gold medalist, will receive the 18th Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award in October to honor his broadcasting achievements. After retiring from the NBA, the 6-feet-6-inches-tall Alabama native shifted his career to the communications field in 2000. He is an analyst for TNT’s “Inside the NBA.” Students will have the opportunity to interact with Barkley, 55,