Long-Serving Arkansas Tech President to Step Down After 2013-14 Academic Year

Aug 24, 2013 AM EDT President of Arkansas Tech University of nearly two decades, Dr. Robert C. Brown, has decided to step down from his post after the 2013-14 academic year.

BU Introduces Gender-Neutral Campus Housing

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT Starting fall 2013 semester, students at Boston University (BU) will be able to avail the gender-neutral housing option. The new school policy that was approved by President Robert A. Brown, Tuesday ...

Former Ohio State President to Receive $5.8M in Retirement Package Deal (UPDATE)

Jul 30, 2013 AM EDT E. Gordon Gee, the 69-year-old former Ohio State University president, who retired July 1, will receive about $5.8 million in retirement package over the next five years from the university. He will ...

Outgoing Iranian President Ahmadinejad to Establish Technical University in Tehran after Leaving Office

Jul 29, 2013 AM EDT Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's outgoing president has received approval from the country's Supreme Cultural Revolution Council (SCRC) to set up a technology university in Tehran after he leaves office ...

Trustees Extend UI President’s Contract by a Year

Jul 26, 2013 AM EDT University of Illinois (UI) trustees Thursday has formally extended university President Robert Easter's contract by a year.

FMU Names Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis Interim President

Jul 18, 2013 AM EDT Florida Memorial University's Board of Trustees appointed Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis the interim president for a year, effective July 15. Artis succeeds Dr. Mary O'Banner, a senior academic administrator ...

Kutztown Student Faces Sleepless Nights Due to Escalating Tensions in Egypt

Jul 08, 2013 AM EDT Ahmed Awadallah, a 30-year-old graduate student from Kutztown University has been closely monitoring the situation in his native, Egypt.

ASU President Outlines Goals to Establish Univ as a Leader in R&D

Jan 25, 2013 AM EST Arizona State University President Michael Crow aims to increase research funding to $700 million per year from $385 million and to confer degrees to 25,000 students a year by 2020.

Protests over Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón’s Fellowship at Harvard

Jan 16, 2013 AM EST Protests over former Mexican President Felipe Calderón's appointment at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government as a visiting fellow have intensified.

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