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Bones of Mengele, ‘Angel of Death,’ Teaching Tool in Brazil

Bones of Mengele, ‘Angel of Death,’ Teaching Tool in Brazil

by Stan Lehman, Associated Press | January 11, 2017
SAO PAULO — For more than 30 years, the bones of Josef Mengele, a German doctor who conducted [...] Read more
How a Rural Community College Embraces Diversity

How a Rural Community College Embraces Diversity

by Alex Peterson | December 21, 2016
Outside the large urban areas, many of us in the United States live in areas where most people [...] Read more
Arkansas State University Campus in Mexico on Track to Open

Arkansas State University Campus in Mexico on Track to Open

by Associated Press | December 20, 2016
JONESBORO, Ark. — Arkansas State University’s $75 million campus in Queretaro, Mexico, [...] Read more
Washington State Seeks to Increase Foreign Students

Washington State Seeks to Increase Foreign Students

by Nicholas K. Geranios, Associated Press |
SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington State University wants to increase the number of students from ot [...] Read more
Report: Education Key to Middle East Stability

Report: Education Key to Middle East Stability

by Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report | November 30, 2016
America’s interests are at stake as students leaving Syria and other countries have had their [...] Read more
University of Illinois Strengthening Ties with Mexico

University of Illinois Strengthening Ties with Mexico

by Associated Press | November 27, 2016
URBANA, Ill. — The University of Illinois is strengthening its ties with Mexico through new a [...] Read more
University of Akron Calling for Buyouts, Recruitment Boost

University of Akron Calling for Buyouts, Recruitment Boost

by Associated Press |
AKRON, Ohio —The University of Akron plans to offer voluntary buyouts to employees, increase [...] Read more

Experts: Trump’s Election May Slow Influx of International Students at U.S. Colleges

by Matt Krupnick | November 15, 2016
In the midst of concerns about President-elect Donald Trump, survey suggests that students who [...] Read more
U.S. Colleges Look Outside China for New Foreign Students

U.S. Colleges Look Outside China for New Foreign Students

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press | November 14, 2016
BOSTON —As a surge of students from China begins to level off, many U.S. colleges are expandi [...] Read more

Passion Pushes Princess Williams to Guide Urban Youth

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 6, 2016
Kindergarten teacher Princess Williams received the Outstanding Urban Teacher Award at the Inte [...] Read more
Case of Professor Accused of Genocide Ends with Deportation

Case of Professor Accused of Genocide Ends with Deportation

by Tim Prudente, The Baltimore Sun |
BALTIMORE ― Uncertainty surrounds the status of professor Leopold Munyakazi, who briefly taug [...] Read more

Scholar: Urban Education Issues Not Confined to U.S.

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 3, 2016
The issues and challenges that impact urban education aren’t particular to the United States, [...] Read more
South African Police Use Stun Grenades on Student Protesters

South African Police Use Stun Grenades on Student Protesters

by Associated Press | October 26, 2016
CAPE TOWN, South Africa ― South African police have used stun grenades to disperse student pr [...] Read more

New Online Program Matches Freshmen With Study Abroad Opportunities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 25, 2016
In an effort to get more students to think sooner than later about studying abroad, a new pilot [...] Read more
South Africa’s Universities Described as Inefficient

South Africa’s Universities Described as Inefficient

by Associated Press |
JOHANNESBURG ― A South African official is describing the country’s protest-hit universitie [...] Read more