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Outgoing President Pruitt Urges New View of Adult Learning

Outgoing President Pruitt Urges New View of Adult Learning

by Catherine Morris | June 22, 2017

Adult learners always have been a part of the fabric of American higher education, although pol

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Scholar Documents Economic War on Chinese Restaurants

Scholar Documents Economic War on Chinese Restaurants

by Gia Savage |

University of California, Davis law professor Gabriel “Jack” Chin and research assistant Jo

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Lawsuit by Student Whose Rape Charge Got Dismissed Approved

Lawsuit by Student Whose Rape Charge Got Dismissed Approved

by Associated Press |

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A federal judge says a lawsuit brought by a student expelled from a Sioux

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Father of Missing Chinese Scholar: ‘Give My Daughter Back’

Father of Missing Chinese Scholar: ‘Give My Daughter Back’

by Associated Press |

URBANA, Ill. — The father of a visiting Chinese scholar missing from the University of Illino

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Wisconsin Assembly Passes Bill on Campus Free Speech

Wisconsin Assembly Passes Bill on Campus Free Speech

by Scott Bauer and Todd Richmond, Associated Press |

MADISON, Wis. — University of Wisconsin students who repeatedly disrupt campus speakers or pr

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Auditor Faults Penn State’s Tuition Hikes, Admissions Record

Auditor Faults Penn State’s Tuition Hikes, Admissions Record

by Mark Scolforo, Associated Press |

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Penn State University needs to do more to address its “skyrocketing” tu

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SUNY Albany Appoints its First Latino President

SUNY Albany Appoints its First Latino President

by Gia Savage | June 21, 2017

The State University of New York at Albany has tapped a prominent Latino administrator to lead

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Missouri Governor Signs Bill on College Police Training

Missouri Governor Signs Bill on College Police Training

by Associated Press |

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Aspiring Missouri college police officers will face the same training a

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University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby’s Honorary Degree

University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby’s Honorary Degree

by Associated Press |

COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri System President Mun Choi wants the university to resc

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Trinity College Closes Due to Threats Made After Professor’s Post

Trinity College Closes Due to Threats Made After Professor’s Post

by Associated Press |

HARTFORD, Conn. — A private college in Connecticut has closed its campus due to threats made

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Student Loan Servicer Navient Fights Back as States Eye Protections

Student Loan Servicer Navient Fights Back as States Eye Protections

by Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press |

AUGUSTA, Maine — The nation’s largest servicer of federal student loans has lobbied aga

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Essex County College Professor Questions Suspension Following TV Appearance

Essex County College Professor Questions Suspension Following TV Appearance

by Associated Press |

NEWARK, N.J. — An adjunct professor at a New Jersey community college is questioning why she

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Music School Backers Sue Rider University to Block Potential Sale

Music School Backers Sue Rider University to Block Potential Sale

by Associated Press |

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — A New Jersey university’s plan to sell its music college to another i

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UCLA Conference Emphasizes Importance of Partnerships in Education

UCLA Conference Emphasizes Importance of Partnerships in Education

by Suzanne Ybarra |

About 135 teachers, professors and partners from the University of California, Los Angeles comm

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DeVos Plans to Name Financial Services Exec as Student Aid Boss

DeVos Plans to Name Financial Services Exec as Student Aid Boss

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 20, 2017

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said Tuesday she plans to appoint Dr. Arthur Wayne John

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