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From the Academic Esports Guide, Grand View University leaders discuss the key components of every successful competitive gaming program.
Esports Tower's Student Scholarship Series is bringing together gamers for a good cause; MAC schools form new conference; Ole Miss Esports drops Rebels nickname.
Students attending a Canadian university that will remain closed in the fall can now enroll in face-to-face classes at a U.S. college in Arizona.
Universities public and private are offering substantial new scholarship programs to diversify their campuses in the wake of nationwide anti-racist protests and the financial impacts of coronavirus.
The coronavirus campus closures and wholesale shift to online learning have taken higher education to a turning point that could result in growing revenue and dropping costs.
Johnson C. Smith University professor John Cash says universities that provide enriching curriculum and play for a diverse pool of students can spark future success in the multi-billion-dollar gaming field.
Meeting the need for life skills lessons for young adults in the age of COVID-19, with financial management and other topics being more important than ever.
Faced with unprecedented challenges, today’s students must proceed with creativity, grit and fortitude. Here’s how colleges can help.
Grand View University director Dana Hustedt provides both sides of the esports recruiting process: from the student's and coach's point of views.
Academic Esports Conference speaker Ryan Rogers, professor at Butler University, offers strategies to keep students engaged and staying healthy during the pandemic.
Many colleges and universities have developed 'micro-internships,' research programs and similar services to ensure students don't fall off career tracks this summer.
Educators in District of Columbia Public Schools have launched the first-of-its-kind DCPS Persists program to pair graduates with coaches to counsel the students throughout college.
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