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In case you missed it…


Here are some of the key stories in higher education this week reported by Diverse:

Johns Hopkins’ Pioneering Cardiac Surgeon Reflects on Lifetime of Service

Neuroscientist Took Unlikely Path to Top

Funding Cuts for Undergrad Programs, Research Trouble APLU

Parent Plus Loan Tightening Yields Negative Consequences

U.S. Policy Makers Urged to Act on Degree Attainment Lag A number of inconvenient truths beset the U.S. international standing in educational attainment. The U.S. currently ranks 11th out of 34 developed countries in college degree attainment according to the OECD. Although the U.S. was the first nation to...
Freshman Year Doesn’t Have to be Stressful I don’t know if there was a particular time when I started to think about going to college. It wasn’t during my freshman year in high school that college first crossed my mind. The question for me was where I was going to college not if I was goin...
University of Maine Creates Stephen King Chair in Literature ORONO, Maine ― The University of Maine is creating the Stephen E. King Chair in Literature in honor of one of its most famous graduates. The university is collecting applications from English professors to fill the position now. The appointment is...
Northwestern State President Chosen to Lead University of Louisiana System BATON ROUGE, La. ― The University of Louisiana System has a new president, chosen from the leadership within its own campus ranks. James Henderson, president of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, was tapped Thursday by the UL System Bo...
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