Howard Community College of Columbia, Maryland has deployed Motorola's Passive Optical LAN (POL) solution to provide all-fiber IP network connectivity in the college's newly constructed Health Sciences building.
Henry A. Pitt, MD, has been appointed Chief Quality Officer for Temple University Health System, and Associate Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs and Professor (Adjunct) of Surgery at Temple University School of Medicine.
Parchment Inc., has announced the launch of Parchment Exchange, a new, highly advanced platform for eTranscript exchange offering unmatched functionality and ease of use for both sending and receiving of academic transcripts.
Despite pleas from victims of violent crime, a Nevada Assembly chairman has rejected a motion for a vote on a bill allowing people with a concealed weapons permit to carry firearms on higher education campuses.
CSU students were told they will no longer be allowed to rent an entire apartment for $1,210. Instead, they will have to share an apartment with two other people assigned to them — just like it's done in the main campus dorms — whether they like it or not.
At a time when few institutions seem to be able to resist the lure of intercollegiate sports, Spelman College, will soon become the second college in the last decade to completely withdraw from the NCAA.
Rutgers President Robert Barchi says the DREAM Act would have a profoundly positive impact on higher education, the economy and our future prosperity. That’s why college presidents have joined a bipartisan chorus of Americans calling for its enactment.