28 janvier 2018

Support higher education on Guam

University Business Magazine logoOn Tuesday, the University of Guam Endowment Foundation and UOG announced that more than $20,000 was raised in the inaugural “G is for Giving” Campaign. More...

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Idaho research network badly needs funds. But there are higher needs, governor says.

University Business Magazine logoThe people who run the high-speed internet network that connects many of Idaho’s universities, research institutions and Idaho National Laboratory want to expand their network’s capacity, but the governor is not recommending the state pay for it as hoped. More...

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The state of post-secondary education in the U.S.

University Business Magazine logoIs the perfect storm heading directly for our colleges and universities? They are confronted with declining enrollment, declining ability to pay (tuitions rising faster than family incomes, which are generally stagnant), declining support from state and federal governments and, lastly, declining donations and endowments. Title IV also limits the options for financially distressed educational institutions. More...

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Calif. v. Trump immigration battle

University Business Magazine logoThe battle between the Trump administration and California over the Golden State’s new “sanctuary state” law appears to be heating up. More...

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Carthage offers temporary spring admission for PR evacuees

University Business Magazine logoStudents displaced by Hurricane Maria are invited to apply for temporary admission to Carthage College while Puerto Rico rebuilds from the massive September storm. More...

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Pa. politicians seek higher ed credits

University Business Magazine logoPublic and private schools in western Montgomery County and across Pennsylvania, their students and families, and local businesses all could benefit from a proposed increase in funding limits for two popular education tax credit programs, state House representatives proposed Wednesday (Jan. 18, 2018) during a press conference staged at Pope John Paul II High School. More...

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Renovated University Center Market reopens

University Business Magazine logoGone are the bulky, black-framed doors and overcrowded floor plan; now stands an all-glass storefront allowing students and the university community to peer into the remodeled market as they stroll through the first floor of the University Center. More...

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Kirtland Community College plans to feed growing particle board industry

University Business Magazine logoKirtland Community College's main campus in Grayling sits along I-75 and has space to expand. More...

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College campuses brace for more tumult in 2018

University Business Magazine logoKent Fuchs, the president of the University of Florida, was in the living room of his stately campus residence last fall when he saw the first televised images of a parade of terror unfolding in another college town further north. More...

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Spring classes at Okla. colleges resume amid funding uncertainty

University Business Magazine logoSpring semester classes begin Tuesday at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University, despite uncertainty about funding for public higher education. More...

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