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The university, known for its success around social mobility, has been able to maintain its first- and second-year students through a series of unique initiatives.
The Association of American Colleges and Universities has launched Unite for Truth to support campus centers across the U.S. seeking to ‘educate for democracy’.
The hub that is set to debut next fall in collaboration with Butler will help prepare students for the future by developing unique ideas around instruction.
Over a lifetime, bachelor’s degree holders can expect to see an average of $1.2 million more than those with high school diplomas.
Dr. Eli Jones of Texas A&M’s Mays Business School and colleagues at The PhD Project are identifying and encouraging leaders of color to make a long-term impact through education.
Cost of tuition, safety protocols and the types of learning offered by higher ed institutions are affecting decisions made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Part of the University of Kentucky’s Smart Campus Initiative, it features a microbrewery, esports theater, an innovation hub and several retail shops.
However, some respondents in the latest Anthology report note their dissatisfaction with communications, courses and campus environments during the pandemic.
Through technology called Occuspace, institutions are able to track foot traffic in their buildings and make safe decisions about limiting capacity.
An Executive MBA Council study shows that students want quicker, more flexible options in advancing their positions, while employers want partners that can deliver for them.
Available to any higher education institution, they have helped identify how frequently testing needs to happen … and helped Rensselaer manage its infection rates.
From a flag-planting ceremony to the announcement of a new resource center, this week has showed the power of one university’s commitment to its community.
A new internship initiative between Texas A&M-Commerce and the George Floyd Foundation will provide further on social justice
The latest National Student Clearinghouse report shows steep declines among community colleges and in first-time students of color and men.
Despite the pitfalls from the pandemic, B-schools in the U.S. showed surprising resilience, according to data from the Graduate Management Admission Council.
From virtual sessions to live tours of military sites, institutions are finding ways during the COVID-19 pandemic to honor those who served.
The two-day virtual event will give underrepresented students and others a chance to see the opportunities that lie ahead in STEM-related career fields.
President Steve Thorsett hasn’t been afraid to make bold changes or challenge the status quo at the highly regarded Oregon institution. The results have been refreshing.
A study done by the National Association for College Admission Counseling shows necessary changes happening as institutions try to reach future students.
Responding to a pandemic with a closed university presented a challenge for this elite private college in New England. But it had a plan reach students in unique ways.
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