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Militants Attack American University in Afghanistan

Militants Attack American University in Afghanistan

by Lynne O’Donnell, Associated Press | August 24, 2016 KABUL, Afghanistan ― Militants attacked the American University of Afghanistan on Wednesday, Read more

Yousufzai Introduces Students to Beauty of Science

by Christina Sturdivant |
Dr. Sardar Yousfzai, an assistant professor in the Division of Natural Sciences at Paine Colleg [...] Read more
Montana College Expels Students 4 Years after Saudis Cheated

Montana College Expels Students 4 Years after Saudis Cheated

by Associated Press | August 18, 2016
BUTTE, Mont. ― Fifteen summer school students have been expelled for cheating at Montana Tech [...] Read more
FIU Study Reveals False Pricing Caused $2.3 Trillion in U.S. Tax Loss

FIU Study Reveals False Pricing Caused $2.3 Trillion in U.S. Tax Loss

by Associated Press | August 4, 2016
MIAMI ― A new Florida International University professor’s study has found that corporate t [...] Read more
Northern Essex CC Combating Immigrant ‘Brain Waster’ Phenomenon

Northern Essex CC Combating Immigrant ‘Brain Waster’ Phenomenon

by Catherine Morris | July 28, 2016
At Northern Essex’s Lawrence campus, where 66 percent of the student population is Hispanic, [...] Read more
UC Berkeley Responds as Student Among Dead in Attack in Nice

UC Berkeley Responds as Student Among Dead in Attack in Nice

by Emil Guillermo | July 17, 2016
In a new world where terror has become commonplace, what will happen to the appetite to study a [...] Read more

Kepler College Program in Rwanda Refugee Camp a Unique Experience

by Catherine Morris | July 14, 2016
Kepler is a postsecondary educational program first established in Kigali in 2013 by the nonpro [...] Read more

JCSU Establishes Center for Culture and Race in China

by Lois Elfman | July 12, 2016
Johnson C. Smith University brings Black history and culture to China with the opening of the C [...] Read more

Philanthropic Foundations Pushing College Access, Attainment Higher on Priority Lists

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 6, 2016
Philanthropic foundations are working to move the needle on student access and success issues. [...] Read more

Bangladesh Attack Underscores that It’s No Summer of Freedom for U.S. College Students

by Emil Guillermo | July 4, 2016
From Orlando, to Turkey, to Bangladesh, the news of another violent outburst has marred the sea [...] Read more

Experts: Britain’s Withdrawal From EU Won’t Affect Study-abroad Programs

by Reginald Stuart | June 26, 2016
Academics leaders say study-abroad programs in England won’t be significantly affected by Bri [...] Read more
40 Years After Students Sparked Apartheid’s End, a New Anger

40 Years After Students Sparked Apartheid’s End, a New Anger

by Cara Anna, Associated Press | June 15, 2016
JOHANNESBURG ― The day was a key moment in the long campaign to end South Africa’s harsh ap [...] Read more
Refugees and Scholars: Colleges Offer War-torn a Route to U.S.

Refugees and Scholars: Colleges Offer War-torn a Route to U.S.

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press | May 25, 2016
BOSTON ― Colleges in the U.S. are opening their doors ― and their financial aid ― to Syri [...] Read more
High-tech Devices Take Cheating to New Level in Thai Schools

High-tech Devices Take Cheating to New Level in Thai Schools

by Natnicha Chuwiruch, Associated Press | May 11, 2016
BANGKOK ― Glasses with embedded cameras and smartwatches with stored information seem like re [...] Read more
Notre Dame, Vatican Library Sign Agreement to Collaborate

Notre Dame, Vatican Library Sign Agreement to Collaborate

| May 9, 2016
SOUTH BEND, Ind. ― The Vatican Library and the University of Notre Dame have entered an agree [...] Read more
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