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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

SIUE Reaches 2+2 Agreement with Hong Kong University

Mar 20, 2015 PM EDT Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) will partner with Hong Kong University's (HKU) SPACE Community College to collaborate on 2+2 programs in business. ...

Penn College

Pennsylvania College of Technology Approves In-State Tuition For CCC Graduates

Mar 19, 2015 PM EDT Pennsylvania College of Technology will allow qualified graduates of Corning Community College in New York the opportunity to enroll at Penn College at the in-state tuition rate. ...

Vitamin D

Vitamin D May Help Prevent Diseases Associated With Aging

Mar 19, 2015 PM EDT Vitamin D supplements play an important role in the prevention and treatment of diseases associated with aging, according to a recent study. ...

Keiser University

Keiser University To Purchase Northwood University's West Palm Beach Campus

Mar 19, 2015 PM EDT Keiser University in Florida will buy Northwood University's campus in West Palm Beach, school officials announced. ...

Abilene Christian University

Abilene Christian University To Expand To Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex

Mar 17, 2015 PM EDT Abilene Christian University (ACU) in Texas will expand its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with a new campus and several new graduate programs, school officials announced. ...

Anita Hill

Kerry Washington to Portray Attorney and Law Professor Anita Hill in Upcoming HBO Film

Mar 13, 2015 AM EDT Kerry Washington has been confirmed to portray a currently teaching law professor who was once on the forefront of combatting workplace sexual harassment. ...

Katherine Tant

Sound Research May Boost Flight, Nuclear Safety

Mar 12, 2015 PM EDT A University of Strathclyde academic has developed a system for using sound waves to spot potentially dangerous cracks in pipes, aircraft engines and nuclear power plants. ...

students

Tuition Fee Increase Does Not Significantly Impact Students' Mental Health

Mar 09, 2015 PM EDT The rise of tuition fees does not have a long term impact on students' mental health, according to a recent study. ...

AUB

AAUP Concerned Over American University Beirut's Work Permits For Foreign Hires

Mar 09, 2015 PM EDT The American Association of University Professors chapter at the American University of Beirut has expressed concerns over the Ministry of Labor's foreign hires policy, Inside Higher Ed reported. ...

iPhone

Smartphones May Be Linked To Lazy Thinking

Mar 05, 2015 AM EST The convenience of having a smartphone at your fingertips could be making it easy for you to avoid thinking for yourself, according to a recent study. ...

SAT

Siena College Adopts Test-Optional Policy

Mar 05, 2015 AM EST Siena College in New York will no longer require standardized test scores for admissions, school officials announced last week. ...

Honeybee

There May Be a Widespread Risk of Infectious Diseases to Wild Bees

Mar 04, 2015 PM EST A network of viruses, which were previously associated with managed honeybees, may now pose a widespread risk to bumblebees in the wild, according to a recent study. ...

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