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A few dozen community colleges will get financial backing to design degree programs based wholly on free, open educational resources (OER) in a sweeping effort to make higher ed more […]
The use of race as a factor in a holistic admissions strategy has been upheld as constitutional by the United States Supreme Court in the landmark case of Fisher v. […]
Claire Sterk is the new president of Emory University in Atlanta, effective September 1. Currently provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, Sterk’s long-range plan includes increasing diversity of […]
Programs to help employees purchase housing near campus have gained favor in the past decade, both as an employee benefit and as a tool for community development. Efforts such as […]
“Don’t just believe in UBTech, believe in something higher—your pursuit of education excellence.” And with those words, University Business Group Publisher Matt Kinnaman kicked off UBTech 2016. More than 1,100 campus […]
For a long time, the academy has faced questions about whether or not liberal arts and STEM could co-exist. The talking points haven’t changed much – liberal arts colleges help […]
Fraternity brothers on spring break—what image immediately comes to mind? Picture this instead: golf-ball sized blisters, swollen feet, strained muscles and determination to help others. Thirty-one members of Troy University’s […]
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