SUNY Appoints IDP Education to Assist with International Student Growth Plan

The State University of New York (SUNY) has awarded a contract to IDP Education to recruit international students from more than 25 countries worldwide.

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Rutgers Does Poor Job Of Marketing Itself, New President Says

Rutgers University needs to do a better job selling itself to students, the state and the rest of the nation, the school’s new president said Tuesday.

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Longhorns Are No. 1 In The Nation In Sales, Beat Out A&M In Vanity Plates

Stand proud, Longhorn Nation. For the seventh consecutive year, you’ve made the University of Texas at Austin the top seller of licensed college merchandise in the country.

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AnimationU: Inspiring the New-Wave of For-Profit Game Designers

Sitting back in our local air-conditioned movie theater, on a sweltering hot summer day watching Andrew Garfield scale a sky-scraper in 3D, we are reminded of a recent graduate fast-forwarding from the world of for-profit animation education to the emergent career field of game design.

Augusta Commission Votes To Request Name Change For Consolidated University

Six Augusta Commission members jumped back in the fight over the name of the city’s new consolidated university, voting 6-1 on Tuesday to ask the Georgia Board of Regents to consider “any other name” besides Georgia Regents University.

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Will Data Deception Damage Emory?

Emory University's reputation as one of the nation's most respected institutions has been jeopardized after its disclosure that the school misrepresented information used for college rankings, education specialists say.

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Emory University Sent False Data To Rankings Groups, School Discloses

Prestigious Emory University intentionally misreported student data to rankings magazines for more than a decade, the Atlanta school disclosed Friday, adding its high-profile name to a growing list of institutions caught up in scandals over rankings pressure.

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Despite Letter, Ga. University Puts 'Regents' In Name

Leaders at the University System of Georgia did Tuesday what Regent University officials here hoped they wouldn't: They named a school "Georgia Regents University."

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N.D. Higher Ed Can't Afford Any More Scandals (Opinion)

A month hardly goes by without some scandal at a North Dakota institution of higher learning appearing on the front pages of the state’s newspapers. And, after the roughing-up in the last session of the Legislature, higher education can’t afford any more scandals.

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