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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.
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.
Peer mentors who have served in the military are key to Columbia Univesity's efforts to help student veterans transition into higher education.
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.
A communications strategist offers five principles for effective communications that build trust.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling the rising anxiety among college students, whether they’re on campus or online this fall.
Latest College Board numbers show which states are showing the steepest drops and rises
A growing number of campuses are connecting with Hispanic and Latinx students and their families in their native languages, in and outside the classroom.
Regardless of who wins the presidential election, higher ed faces an age of heightened accountability. But a Biden Administration would likely put funding to behind potential new regulations.
Growing number of Hispanic Americans seeking news in Spanish and English motivates University of Arizona to launch master’s degree in bilingual journalism.
A team of students serves as veteran community advocates who look out for their former-military peers across The Ohio State University's colleges and campuses.
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