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Beverly Magda will speak about the importance of networking to women, especially in STEM, as part of the Women in Technology summit at UB Tech® 2019, held June 10-12 in Orlando. Read more>>

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Daily Hampshire Gazettte
New England’s regional accreditation body for higher education has voted to issue a public notation that Hampshire College is “in danger” of being found in violation of the agency’s standards, though the agency has deferred formal judgment on the school’s status until November. Read more>>

The Wall Street Journal
This year’s draft continues a trend away from high-schoolers and toward players with college experience. Read more>>

The Coast News Group
The Palomar College Governing Board has advanced a proposal championed by Palomar College President Joi Lin Blake to become one of the first community colleges in Southern California with on-campus housing. Read more>>

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, could end up in legal disputes with the University of Southern California, where their daughters were accepted as an alleged part of the sweeping college admissions scandal, court records show. Read more>>

The military is investigating the president of the U.S. Naval War College amid allegations that he spent excessively, abused his hiring authority and otherwise behaved inappropriately, including keeping a margarita machine in his office. Read more>>

State Impact Oklahoma
Oklahoma has slashed funding for higher education by over 25 percent since 2008. In response, each public university has raised tuition, but the cuts have had a disproportionate effect on the state’s 11 regional institutions and the students they serve. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

Los Angeles Times
It has become a cliche of this campaign: A White House hopeful pauses from a speech to invite beleaguered university graduates to shout out the size of the debt they carry — as if competing in an auction — and the numbers bellowed from the crowd spiral upward. Read more>>

The New York Times
Everywhere is a classroom for Emily Kamizi, even the buses in Lusaka, Zambia’s congested capital. It can take an hour or more to cross the city, so Ms. Kamizi puts on her headphones, turns up Taylor Swift and concentrates on her M.B.A. studies. Read more>>

Industry News

Franklin University
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and Franklin University announced that Franklin University is the first 4-year university in the nation to offer an innovative navigation support system for students who are blind or have low vision. Read more>>

Ambassador Education Solutions
As Ambassador Education Solutions continues to seek out innovative ways to help schools adopt, manage and deliver relevant, stimulating content, the company announced an exclusive partnership with In the Line of Duty. Read more>>

Campus Management Corp.
The university chose Campus Management’s premier system of intelligence, which is built on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Azure, to gain a 360-degree and interactive view of constituents through a single, enterprise-level solution that scales and standardizes data across the institution. Read more>>