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Why the Defense Department is poised to become HBCUs’ new best friend

With the Defense Department readying its outreach to HBCUs at Congress' urging, one university network is poised to bring together established research giants and underfunded institutions to secure better funding in science and engineering.

Can your school benefit from a consortium to keep its scientific research alive?

As state budgets continue to tighten and higher education runs out of pandemic-era federal funding, these colleges are continuing their research in unison. "Together, our strengths are magnified."

Department of Education pumps out $100 million to meet growing mental health demand

The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act is expected to train more than 14,000 new mental health professionals and distribute another $1 billion over the next five years.

Are private colleges losing potential students due to a bad marketing tactic?

Despite the net price for private colleges falling by 11% in the past five years, nearly one-third of parents and students believe that a college education is overpriced. This one simple tactic can be to blame.

U.S.-China relations in higher ed is slipping. That’s a problem.

While a slew of proposed state bills antagonize China and international student enrollment continues to cool, higher education in the U.S. is flirting with losing a student body worth $15 billion to the U.S. economy.

Minnesota’s “bold action to make college affordable” results in free tuition

Legislative negotiators have reached a deal to make college free for residents whose families make less than $80,000 a year in order to bolster the state's fledgling enrollment and labor workforce shortage.

This president has leveraged her city’s tech boom to embrace an AI-centric future

Thanks to Madeline Pumariega's vision to "elevate educational offerings to raise Miami's talent base," Miami Dade College is now built out with two AI centers and a slew of cutting-edge certifications and stackable credentials to provide its students a competitive leg up.

Report: Emergency funds saved college students from stopping out

Did the $77 billion given by Congress to institutions of higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic, including a large portion earmarked for students, really...

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