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Mon, 08/20/2018Top NewsUniversity of Maryland-College Park president Wallace Loh is no longer in the driver’s seat of the investigation into football player Jordan McNair’s death. The University System of Maryland Board of Regents announced Friday that it had voted unanimously to take full control of the investigation into the circumstances behind McNair’s death, which Loh had previously been running.
Mon, 08/20/2018Top NewsDr. Gloria Walker, Vice President of Finance & Administration at Cowley College, addressed reports in the local press of an alleged nearly million dollar shortfall that was found in the Cowley College budget. She also commented on the current enrollment figures for the new campus in Wellington. When reached this afternoon, she said, “There is no $955,406 shortfall in the operating budget of Cowley College.
Mon, 08/20/2018Top NewsU.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced Aug. 17 that the Department’s Economic Development Administration is awarding a $1.97 million grant to the Delaware Technical and Community College of Dover to build a new automotive training center. The project is expected to create 43 jobs, retain 44 jobs and generate $1.5 million in private investment, according to grantee estimates.
Mon, 08/20/2018Top NewsSedona and Yavapai College haven’t always had the smoothest of relationships. But in recent years that’s begun to change as the college has extended an olive branch in an effort to improve that partnership, which has included the creation of the culinary and hospitality programs on the Sedona campus.
Mon, 08/20/2018Opinion & AnalysisThe Trump Administration’s regulatory rollback continues to be overshadowed by the White House circus. In case you missed the news late last week, the Education Department is moving to reverse two Obama rules that would have cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars and diminished education options for students who can’t afford tuition at Stanford or Georgetown. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is proposing to repeal the Obama
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Recognizing the need to increase and retain the number of people of color and women in cybersecurity professions, the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) has created a community to support such individuals entering the field. Aric K. Perminter Launched in 2014, the nonprofit consortium provides mentoring and educational opportunities and scholarship programs. It has partnered with industry, corporations and education institutions such as John Hopkins University, the University
Victor Santos, an immigrant from Brazil and co-founder of the finance app AirFox, faces uncertainty about his status in the United States under President Donald Trump’s administration. At the age of 12, originally on a business trip with his parents, Santos arrived in the United States. His family stayed in San Francisco and Santos eventually attended the University of California, Berkeley. After graduating in 2013, Santos worked at Google for