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Professors Object to FAA Restrictions on Drone Use

University and college professors are complaining that government restrictions on the use of small drones are likely to stifle academic research.

Dr. Darlene Clark Hine, a pioneering scholar in the field of African American women’s history, was among a group of individuals honored Monday at the White House.

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Wealthy alumni usually finance new football stadiums or libraries at their old colleges. Tom and Leti Contreras are donating nearly $1 million to build a bar.

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The trustees of the Ohio school had planned to announce Dwayne Smith as the school’s 20th president Saturday night at its annual alumni conference in Memphis.

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ACE Fellows Program Creating Pipeline to Presidency for Women, Minorities Time No Barrier to Law Professor Ronald Sullivan Getting to Truth Marc Lamont Hill Leaving Columbia University for Morehouse College Professorship Stage Set for Showdowns Over Potential Contraction of HBCUs 

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New Mexico State University’s admissions requirements will be going up.

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The move signals a new effort by Morehouse to aggressively compete with predominantly White institutions for young Black superstar professors.

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The findings follow earlier alarms that the people who run higher education have, for the most part, gotten involved only late in the Common Core process.

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Education that keeps the student at the center is the expectation of students and their families.

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The historically black college in Little Rock has struggled to pay its bills, meet payroll obligations and deliver financial aid checks.

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