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Navajo Technical University Gets Funds for Distance Learning

A distance learning initiative at Navajo Technical University will be getting a boost of more than $447,000 from the federal government.

Authorities say a former student of Brigham Young University-Idaho altered his college transcript to rise from failing to obtaining $7,000 in academic scholarships.

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Washington state is among the top states attracting international students to its colleges, according to new data released Monday by the Institute of International Education.

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Cal State Faculty Union Approves Pay Deal

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The union representing California State University faculty has approved a three-year contract that includes a pay raise.

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With an NSF grant of nearly $200,000, which the college received in the fall of 2012, A-B Tech Community College was able to bring up the number of women in targeted STEM programs from 39 to 75, nearly doubling their numbers.

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Sex-Assault Program Expands to High Schools

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CONCORD, N.H. ― The University of New Hampshire is expanding its nationally recognized sexual violence prevention program to a younger audience: high school students in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

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Dr. Sean Decatur

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Sean M. Decatur became president of Kenyon College in July 2013 after serving as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Oberlin College. As an assistant professor of chemistry at Mount Holyoke College, he helped establish a top research program in biophysical chemistry. Decatur has been a visiting scientist at the Massachusetts Institute […]

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An off-the-cuff comment by the attorney general to cut off a news conference about the apparent killing of 43 missing college students has been taken up by protesters as a rallying cry against Mexico’s corruption and drug trade-fueled violence.

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Instead of asking deficit-oriented questions, we should change our mindset and ask new questions to uncover how HBCUs are supporting students despite the challenges they encounter.

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Judge Seeks Firing of Iowa State Professor

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A judge has recommended the firing of an Iowa State University math professor, blasting his teaching style and lack of research and service after hearing the disciplinary case against him.

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