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Alabama Officials Note Shortage of Workers in Tech Fields

by Associated Press | July 7, 2013
State officials say they're working with educators and business owners to address a gap between [...] Read more

Tuskegee University Selects New AD

by Diverse Staff | July 3, 2013
On July 1, Curtis Campbell assumed his new role as Tuskegee University’s new athletic directo [...] Read more

South Carolina State’s Social Work Program Receives Reaccreditation

by Diverse Staff |
South Carolina State’s Social Work Program was recently granted an eight-year reaccreditation [...] Read more

Morris Brown May Head to Bankruptcy Court

by Associated Press | July 2, 2013
Morris Brown College officials believe they would be able to sell off some property, settle mou [...] Read more

Va. University, College Leaders Defend Va. Tech’s Steger

by Steve Szkotak, Associated Press |
Virginia’s public university and community college presidents argue in a state Supreme Court [...] Read more

NJ Universities Undergo Institutional Changes

by Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press | July 1, 2013
Rutgers officially added two medical schools on Monday in a university reconfiguration that off [...] Read more

New Mexico State Sees Federal Funding for Research Shrinking

by Associated Press |
New Mexico State University is facing a research funding squeeze. [...] Read more

ASU Cleared for Postseason Play

by Associated Press | June 30, 2013
Alabama State University says the NCAA has cleared the school's athletic programs to participat [...] Read more

National Urban League CEO New Member of Xavier Trustee Board

by Associated Press |
NEW ORLEANS–Former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial is one of three new members of Xavier Univer [...] Read more

FAMU Lifts Suspension of Marching Band

by Brendan Farrington, Associated Press | June 27, 2013
Florida A&M University’s interim president said Thursday he was lifting the suspension of its [...] Read more

Arizona Sues Community College in Tuition Fight

by Cristina Silva, Associated Press |
Arizona filed a lawsuit Tuesday to block one of the nation’s largest community college system [...] Read more

West Virginia Higher Ed Panel Approves Tuition Increases

by Associated Press | June 26, 2013
In-state tuition is increasing at least 6 percent at five West Virginia higher education insti [...] Read more

Revamped Big East Hires Val Ackerman as Commissioner

by Associated Press |
The newly reconstituted Big East Conference hired former WNBA president Val Ackerman, a member [...] Read more

Dartmouth: Numbers Down for Binge Drinking

by Associated Press | June 25, 2013
Two years after Dartmouth College started a national initiative to reduce binge drinking, it sa [...] Read more

Moody’s Revises NCAA Credit Outlook to Negative

by Associated Press |
The NCAA’s credit outlook has been revised to negative by ratings agency Moody's as the gover [...] Read more