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Case Western Offering Military Ethics Graduate Degree

Case Western Offering Military Ethics Graduate Degree

by Associated Press | March 22, 2017 CLEVELAND — Officials with Case Western Reserve University say the Ohio school’s new gradua Read more
University of Memphis Plans Veterans Care Center on Campus

University of Memphis Plans Veterans Care Center on Campus

by Associated Press | March 9, 2017
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The University of Memphis is announcing plans for a new veterans care center [...] Read more

White Military Veterans Settling in at HBCUs

by Gregory Clay | December 19, 2016
According to a 2015 study, approximately 25 percent of the nation’s 105 HBCUs feature at leas [...] Read more

Texas Program ‘Guarantees’ Technical Jobs After Graduation

by Reginald Stuart | November 21, 2016
As higher education institutions across the nation move to boost enrollment and graduation, Tex [...] Read more
Regents Name Richard Myers New Kansas State President

Regents Name Richard Myers New Kansas State President

by John Hanna, Associated Press | November 15, 2016
MANHATTAN, Kan. — The Kansas Board of Regents on Tuesday made Richard Myers, a retired four-s [...] Read more

Posse Foundation Veterans Program Offers Path to Elite Colleges

by Catherine Morris | October 25, 2016
The Posse Veterans Program is one of a few programs that offer structured pathways to a select [...] Read more

ITT Tech’s Closing Leaves Many Veterans in Limbo

by Jamal Eric Watson | October 19, 2016
After the abrupt closure of the ITT Technical Institute last month, the state of some veteran s [...] Read more

Military Friendly Institutions Competing for Veterans

by Pearl Stewart | October 17, 2016
Institutions are striving to compete for the growing number of transitioning military students, [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: Ousted Ohio State Band Director Loses Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman | August 25, 2016
The ousted marching band director at The Ohio State University has lost his Title IX suit accus [...] Read more
Disgrace, End of Army Career Haunted Gunman

Disgrace, End of Army Career Haunted Gunman

by Frank Bajak, Garance Burke, Reese Dunklin and Juliet Linderman, Associated Press | July 19, 2016
DALLAS — He was disarmed in the middle of a war zone and placed under 24-hour escort. The mos [...] Read more
Morgan, Other Colleges Luring Dropouts to Return

Morgan, Other Colleges Luring Dropouts to Return

by Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun |
Every weekday for a few years, Malik Mosley switched from a full-time worker to a full-time stu [...] Read more
Murder-Suicide a Year Later: Understanding PTSD

Murder-Suicide a Year Later: Understanding PTSD

by Dylan Segelbaum Associated Press | July 11, 2016
Sometimes, Emily Brown's mind flashes back to July 2, 2015. When she hears firecrackers. Sees [...] Read more
Campus Housing Rule Exempts Military, Veterans

Campus Housing Rule Exempts Military, Veterans

by Associated Press |
Many first-time, full-time undergraduate students will have to live on campus during their firs [...] Read more
Veterans’ Tuition Program Spared Cuts

Veterans’ Tuition Program Spared Cuts

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A program that provides tuition assistance for veterans has been restored for now by Gov. Matt [...] Read more
Court to Reprimand Judge for Aid to Expelled Veteran

Court to Reprimand Judge for Aid to Expelled Veteran

by Associated Press |
The Florida Supreme Court says it will publicly reprimand a Hillsborough County judge who tried [...] Read more
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