Posts tagged: Disabilities - Diverse

JUN LIU

| January 20, 2016
JUN LIU has been named vice provost for global affairs and dean of international academic progr [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| January 7, 2016
Leadership Program Guiding Calif. Farm Workers to Technology Innocent Until Proven Guilty, but [...] Read more

SUNY Broome’s Health Care MOOC Gaining Global Attention

by Catherine Morris | January 5, 2016
Foundations for Assisting in Home Care is targeted at individuals who are considering pursuing [...] Read more

School Settles Suit over Support Animals in Student Housing

by Associated Press |
CLEVELAND ― Kent State University in northeast Ohio has agreed to pay two former students $10 [...] Read more

Student Won’t Receive Degree Despite Disability Accommodation

by Eric Freedman | December 13, 2015
A nursing student who failed a mandatory test four times in a required course despite disabilit [...] Read more

Report: Clear Path from Community Colleges to 4-Year Institutions

by Catherine Morris | November 19, 2015
The Edvance Foundation issued a report that lays out a series of recommendations on how to smoo [...] Read more

Fueling the Talent Engine —– A Rich Mixture to go the Distance

by Fred Harburg | November 16, 2015
The talent engines of organizations can be fueled to perform at the highest levels of excellenc [...] Read more

CINDY D. KAM

| November 4, 2015
CINDY D. KAM was named William R. Kenan Jr. Chair in the Department of Political Science at Van [...] Read more

Obama Administration Looks to New Rules to Curb Student Debt

by Lisa Leff, Associated Press | October 28, 2015
U.S. colleges will face new restrictions on using debit cards to distribute financial aid, and [...] Read more

ELREO CAMPBELL

| October 22, 2015
ELREO CAMPBELL has been appointed an associate dean and director of financial aid at Colby Coll [...] Read more

Government Tightens Payments to For-profit College ITT Tech

by Associated Press | October 20, 2015
WASHINGTON — U.S. Education Department officials are placing new limits on federal student ai [...] Read more

MSU Gets Nearly $290K to Support Students With Disabilities

by Associated Press | October 18, 2015
MINOT, N.D. — Minot State University has received nearly $290,000 in federal funds to help yo [...] Read more

Educating the Young Voter

by Dale Schlundt |
With a new round of young voters being eligible to vote this year, the question raised is not o [...] Read more

MSIs Need to Embrace Competency-Based Learning Strategies

by Katrina S. Rogers and Mike Goldstein | October 13, 2015
It is essential for HBCUs, TCUs and other MSIs to be a part of the planning and implementation [...] Read more

JULIANNA BARNES

| October 8, 2015
JULIANNA BARNES has been appointed president of Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California, effec [...] Read more