Higher Education News and Jobs
GI Bill Not Likely to Bail Out Ailing Illinois Fund

GI Bill Not Likely to Bail Out Ailing Illinois Fund

| July 24, 2009
The new, more generous federal GI Bill set to take effect Aug. 1 couldn’t come any sooner for [...] Read more
NOTEWORTHY NEWS : NEW GL BILL BRINGS NEW CHALLENGES

NOTEWORTHY NEWS : NEW GL BILL BRINGS NEW CHALLENGES

by BY LYDIA LUM | July 23, 2009
With expanded education benefits for war veterans taking effect in August, public institutions [...] Read more
New GI Bill Brings New Challenges

New GI Bill Brings New Challenges

by Lydia Lum |
With expanded education benefits for war veterans taking effect in August, public institutions [...] Read more

Colleges Focus on Veterans as GI Bill Ups Numbers

by KRISTIN M. HALL, Associated Press | July 6, 2009
With a fattened GI Bill covering full tuition and more, the number of veterans attending colleg [...] Read more
Leading Higher Education Association Launches Veterans’ Initiative

Leading Higher Education Association Launches Veterans’ Initiative

by Ronald Roach | November 11, 2008
As U.S. higher education prepares for the expansion of federal benefits for American service me [...] Read more

Ohio Offers In-State Tuition to All Veterans

by Associated Press | July 9, 2008
Ohio now allows out-of-state veterans to pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universiti [...] Read more

Missouri Caps Public College Tuition at $50 Per Hour for Veterans

by Associated Press | June 26, 2008
Missouri combat veterans will be eligible for a college tuition break. [...] Read more
Policymakers Rally Behind Post-Sept. 11 GI Bill

Policymakers Rally Behind Post-Sept. 11 GI Bill

by CHARLES DERVARICS |
Despite a veto threat from the White House, congressional leaders are seeking to expand educati [...] Read more
US Congress Moving To Expand Veterans’ College Benefits

US Congress Moving To Expand Veterans’ College Benefits

by Associated Press | May 13, 2008
Congressional Democrats are pushing what could become the most dramatic expansion of college ai [...] Read more
Dartmouth President To Step Down

Dartmouth President To Step Down

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 4, 2008
Dartmouth College President James Wright will step down next year to spend more time working to [...] Read more
Wesleyan to Offer Scholarships to Military Vets

Wesleyan to Offer Scholarships to Military Vets

by Associated Press | November 20, 2007
MIDDLETOWN Conn. Wesleyan University, a liberal arts school known for its liberal student body [...] Read more
Boise State Relents, Gives OK for Veterans Day Gun Salute

Boise State Relents, Gives OK for Veterans Day Gun Salute

by Associated Press | November 9, 2007
BOISE Idaho Boise State University officials, who earlier rejected a request from veterans to [...] Read more

A Historical Omission

by Reginald Stuart | October 1, 2007
Dr. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez and colleagues were puzzled to learn of a major World War II documen [...] Read more
New Yorkers among winners of $500,000 MacArthur genius grants

New Yorkers among winners of $500,000 MacArthur genius grants

by Associated Press | September 25, 2007
CHICAGO A New York City woman who helps students go to college with their "posse," a psychiat [...] Read more
Idaho State University working on realistic artificial hands for veterans

Idaho State University working on realistic artificial hands for veterans

by Associated Press | September 23, 2007
POCATELLO Idaho Idaho State University has received an $842,000 grant from the Department of D [...] Read more