Posts tagged: Campus Facilities - Diverse

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Arizona State University Expands in D.C.

by | February 8, 2019 Arizona State University (ASU) has rented more space to its Washington, D.C. operations after a Read more

Extreme Weather Testing Infrastructures of Schools Across Nation

by Reginald Stuart | January 28, 2018
From raging forest fires on the West Coast to heavy snowfall on the East Coast and bone-chillin [...] Read more

Weather, Maintenance Issues Delay Start of Spring Semester at Howard

by Walter Hudson | January 7, 2018
Ruptured pipes and ongoing heating issues has caused Howard University to delay the start of sp [...] Read more

Commentary: Campuses Can Take the LEED in Going Green

by Jason Kovac | September 30, 2011
At a time when environmental issues are covered above the fold, it has been no surprise to see [...] Read more

Purdue Naming Library After Black Alumnus

by Associated Press | October 19, 2010
Purdue University is renovating a library that will become the first major campus facility to b [...] Read more

96 HBCUs Receive $85 Million in Ed. Dept. Grants

by Diverse Staff | October 4, 2010
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on Friday announced the award of $84.775 million to 96 [...] Read more

University of Maryland President Mote Retiring in August

by the Associated Press | February 16, 2010
University of Maryland President C.D. “Dan” Mote Jr. said Monday that he will step down Au [...] Read more

Stimulus Money Slow To Reach Colleges

by Peter Galuszka | October 2, 2009
An avalanche of funding is expected after a slow start to stimulus spending for campus-preserva [...] Read more

‘Green Officers’ Regarded as Role Models on Sustainability

by Lydia Lum |
‘Green Officers,’ the college officials charged with implementing campus environmental sust [...] Read more

NOTEWORTHY NEWS: Stimulus Money Slow To Reach Colleges

by PETER GALUSZKA | October 1, 2009
An avalanche of funding is expected after slow start to stimulus spending for campus-preservati [...] Read more

Norfolk State University To Reduce “Carbon Footprint” With Shorter Work Week

by Ronald Roach | April 13, 2009
Norfolk State University is allowing its employees to shorten their five-day work week to four [...] Read more

College Closings Rare, But Could Rise in Downturn

by Association Press | November 17, 2008
For 15 years, Cascade College in Portland, Ore., struggled to find the fuels that any college n [...] Read more

Building a Friendly Environment for Hispanic Students

In 1963, Bob Dylan wrote and sang about how “The Times They Are A-changing.” [...] Read more

Public Roles, Private Lives

by Lydia Lum | August 21, 2008
Universities have become cognizant of the independent lives of presidential spouses, but it’s [...] Read more

United Tribes Adds Law-Enforcement Classes

by Associated Press | August 13, 2008
The United Tribes Technical College will be adding classes in criminal justice and law enforcem [...] Read more
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