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Everyone tends to seek information that reinforces what they already think, says a political-science professor. Hereâ€™s how she demonstrates that in her course.
The International Studies Association said a joke about stopping an elevator at the lingerie department had violated its code of conduct. The scholar said he planned a defamation lawsuit.
Attacks on African-Americans and Jews surged on some college campuses in 2017. Â
Attacks on African-Americans and Jews surged at some colleges in 2017.
The colleges are competing for a stagnant number of increasingly price-conscious high-school graduates, a survey finds.
Recent study and survey findings around the impact of year-round Pell (YRP) signal an opportunity for colleges and universities to increase awareness about the benefits of the grant aid. YRP awards are tied to gains in students’ credit accumulation, completion rates and employment earnings, according to a study by Dr. Vivian Liu of the Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teacher’s College. However, many eligible low-income students are unaware of
The American Indian College Fund (AICF) has collaborated with the United Health Foundation to award 11 Native American North Dakota college students with scholarships through United Health’s Foundation Tribal Wellness Scholarship Program. Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull The United Health Foundation Tribal Wellness Scholarship Program inspires Native American college students to pursue careers in the mental health field to help their communities recover from substance abuse in a fashion that aligns
Called Neuroteach Global, the program will be available to 1,500 teachers in three districts.
Students have been evacuated from affected dormitories across the country as universities face a consequence of extreme weather and outdated buildings.
The education of Native American youth was part of the charter when Dartmouth College opened its stately doors two and a half centuries ago. But it wasn’t until recent years that the school began graduating indigenous students in significant numbers, and its Native American Studies program has emerged as one of the strongest in the United States. In Dartmouth’s first 200 years, through 1969, only about 20 Native American students
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