Student Housing Additions Planned For Western Michigan University's Western View Complex

Western Michigan University will be adding two or three new buildings to its student housing complex called the Western View before the 2013 fall semester.

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School of Nursing at Viterbo University

With more BSN graduates than any other private college in Wisconsin, Viterbo University’s nursing school enjoyed an excellent reputation—but it operated out of a small, outdated facility. The new School of Nursing, which opened this past fall, is twice the size and technology-rich. The goal, explains President Richard Artman, is 25 percent growth over the next five years and accreditation for a doctor of nursing practice program, currently in development.

Wayne State To Build $90-Million Biomedical Facility

Wayne State University plans to pump more than $90 million into a new biomedical research facility at the edge of its campus -- a move that continues its push to improve Detroit's Midtown.

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Video: Central Baptist College Construction Tour

Terry Kimbrow, President of Central Baptist College, takes us on a tour of the new David T. Watkins Academic Building.

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Despite Budget Crunch, University Has Been Able To Build On In A Big Way

A month ago, Utah State University celebrated its founding with a dinner commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Act, legislation signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln that established land-grant universities across the country.

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Ivy Tech To Buy 21-Acre Trailer Park For Lafayette Campus Expansion

Ivy Tech Community College is planning to purchase a Lafayette mobile home park to expand its local campus as well as to lease land for a new YMCA facility.

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Campus Groundbreakings

A new facility to be shared by the University of Wyoming and Casper College, located at Casper, is part of an effort to increase the university’s presence at community colleges. Each institution is contributing $16 million for the 92,000-square-foot building, to contain offices, classrooms, student services, student activities, food service, a student wellness center, and recreational facilities.

Getting Ready for the Opening Kick: UNC Charlotte

A New Team, and Stadium, in North Carolina

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte could well claim kinship with The University of Texas at San Antonio as a large (about 25,000 students), relatively young school on the outskirts of a growing American city, with a mission of putting itself more prominently on the regional map and building school spirit in the process. The school is building a football team of its own—and an on-campus stadium—in preparation for the 2013 season.

Michigan State U Board Of Trustees Approves Initial $20 Million Construction Phase For FRIB

The Michigan State University Board of Trustees on Friday approved the first construction phase for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB), a half-billion-dollar project awarded to MSU by the federal government for nuclear research.

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