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Northern Michigan University women’s basketball coach retires

Northern Michigan University head coach Troy Mattson is set to retire in June after 17 years at the helm of the Wildcat women’s basketball program and nearly 40 years with NMU Athletics. In addition to his coaching duties with the women’s basketball program, Mattson was the associate head coach of the NMU men’s basketball program […]

Senate tries to soften university accreditation bill, but now demands review of tenured professors

The Florida Senate is trying to water down a bill that would have required public universities in the state to get a new accreditor, thereby forcing them out of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. High-level lawmakers and higher education leaders clashed at SACS recently. Now, under a change introduced by the Senate, schools […]

Show loyalty? Kazakh president changes scholarship program to ‘please Russia’

ALMATY, Kazakhstan – Bolashaq is the name of the famous Kazakh scholarship program which has sent more than 11,000 people to study at prestigious universities abroad – mainly in Britain and the United States – since its inception in 1993. But the government’s recent addition of four poorly rated Russian tech universities to Bolashaq’s program […]

Russian delivery robots at Ohio State, University of Arizona pulled by Grubhub

Two US college campuses are currently losing their food delivery robots to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Grubhub said Thursday it was ending its partnership with Russian tech company Yandex and removing 100 food delivery robots made by Yandex from the campuses of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and the University from Arizona to Tucson, […]

FedEx Logistics Announces $100,000 Scholarship at Mississippi Valley State University

FedEx Logistics, Inc., a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced its enhanced commitment to Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) with a new $100,000 endowment funded by FedEx Cares, the company’s global community engagement program. The scholarship announcement comes on the one-year anniversary of a $1 million pledge from FedEx to MVSU to fund a […]

MSU’s Owen named Director of Professional and Technical Partnerships

Contact: Madison Welzbacher Sean Owen (photo by Russ Houston) STARKVILLE, Mississippi—After working for the university for two decades, a Mississippi State employee has been promoted to the newly created position of Director of Career and Technical Partnerships in MSU’s Office of the Registrar. Sean Owen, formerly Deputy Director of Research Development and Strategic Initiatives in […]

‘Transformative Innovation’: VCU President Michael Rao Delivers 2022 State of the University Address – VCU News

By Brian McNeill In Virginia Commonwealth University’s 2022 State of the University Address, VCU and VCU Health President Michael Rao, Ph.D., said Tuesday that nearly two years into the pandemic, the university is emerging as a stronger institution — one that is transforming education and health care. In a powerful illustration of his point, Rao […]

The Nashville Sounds Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications

Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds Foundation today announced that its 2022 Fellowship Program is now accepting applications. The foundation will award four scholarships worth $2,500 each to high school seniors who plan to attend college in the fall of 2022. The program, which began in 2016, awarded $60,000 in scholarships and is designed to […]

Apply now for the Hal McCoy Journalism Fellowship – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

University of Iowa Online MBA Makes US News & World Report Distance Ranking for First Time

The Old Iowa State Capitol in Iowa City. (Courtesy of PBS of Iowa) IOWA CITY — For the first time since its launch in fall 2019, the University of Iowa’s new online Master of Business Administration degree has made it into the U.S. News & World Report ranking of “Best Business Administration Programs.” Online MBA”. […]

CSU Students Contribute to Columbus Museum Civil Rights Exhibit

January 14, 2022 The Columbus Museum’s latest exhibit, Journey Toward Justice: The Civil Rights Movement in the Chattahoochee Valley, will feature the research and work of several Columbus State University students. Students in Dr. Gary Sprayberry’s “Civil Rights Movement/Black Power” Fall Class of 2021 conducted research and provided content for the exhibit panels and exhibit […]

University of Fort Smith hires first dean of newly formed college

FORT SMITH – The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith has hired D. Antonio “Dean” Cantu as the first dean of the College of Health, Education and Humanities. Cantu, 60, is associate dean and director of the Department of Education, Counseling, and Leadership at Bradley University, a private university with nearly 6,000 students in Peoria, Illinois. He […]

Humboldt State University digitizes parking operations with Passport

ARCATA, California, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – Humboldt State University (HSU) is teaming up with transportation and payment software company Passport to launch its first mobile payment app for parking. The application, Passport Parking, enables a contactless experience where motorists easily pay and manage their parking sessions via their smartphone. The app will […]

Michigan State University detects first known case of omicron variant

EAST LANSING, MI – Michigan State University has detected its first known case of the omicron variant of COVID-19. The case was confirmed on Friday, December 17, according to university spokesperson Dan Olsen. It will be sent to state health authorities for further genetic sequencing. “This underscores the importance of protective measures that we know […]

Courses offered at Kwara State University and cut-off mark in 2022

Kwara State University, also known as KWASU, is a fully registered and accredited university in Nigeria. It aims to provide quality education to all students. Many young Nigerians have graduated from various faculties and many more are enrolled in several academic programs. The entrance to Kwara State University. Photo: @kwarastateuniversitySource: Instagram Nigeria has many universities […]

Scholarship Fund, Women’s Business Center and Fanraiser Challenge at JSU | Jackson Free Press

John Nau, president and CEO of Silver Eagle Distributors, LP, awarded Jackson State University $ 1 million to support STEM scholarships and to name the atrium of JSU College of Science, Engineering and Technology after Brig. General Robert Crear, 1975 graduate of JSU. Photo courtesy of JSU John Nau, president and CEO of Silver Eagle […]

Ferris launches scholarship fund to support Michigan communities

BIG RAPIDS – Ferris State University has announced the launch of the Thumb 11 Scholarship Fund, an initiative led by 1983 class alumnus Joseph Pistrui. The fund’s goal is to raise $ 100,000 through private donations and matching dollars from the Ferris Foundation. These dollars financially support selected Ferris students in 11 Michigan communities through […]

Professor MSU, Dr Ben Malphrus and former Dr Willi Walker, inducted into the KY Aviation Hall of Fame

New November 29, 2021 Dr. Benjamin K. Malphrus, Executive Director of the Space Science Center and Professor of Space Science at Morehead State University, and MSU alumnus Dr. Wilma “Willi” Walker (class of 1956) were inducted into Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame. Malphrus and Walker were named to the Hall of Fame earlier this year […]

Denver Scholarship Foundation scholar comes full circle

DENVER – Making college a possibility for thousands of Denver Public School students is the mission of the Denver Scholarship Foundation, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month. Denver students have been showing what they can do when given the chance for 15 years. One of the first researchers from 15 years ago, Derrek […]

Kent State and University of Rwanda partnership expands global reach

JACKSON TWP. – Kent State University and the University of Rwanda have a new partnership that administrators say connects students, faculty and research across oceans. Leaders from the University of Rwanda spent the past week in northeast Ohio for a series of face-to-face meetings with leaders from Kent State’s Stark campus to finalize details of […]

Faculty Voices: Making Ethics a Priority at MSU | MSU Today

Linda Sheryl Greene is the dean of Michigan State University College of Law and a professor from the MSU Foundation. Sanjay Gupta is Eli and Edythe L. Broad dean of the Eli Broad College of Business. Christophe P. Long is dean of the Faculty of Arts and Letters, the Specialized college, And one Professor of […]

Firestorm over silent college professors in Florida grows

The University of Florida’s decision to ban three professors from testifying in a lawsuit against Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has turned into a political and public relations storm, which could take some serious toll. magnitude as other professors consider moving forward with college stories. pressure. Since Friday, when the university’s decision was disclosed in a […]

University accreditation | Taylor University

Taylor University maintains accreditation and memberships in order to achieve the highest level of excellence and inter-collegiate community. University accreditations State authorization Taylor University is named by name of the State of Indiana as an Approved Institution of Higher Education in the State of Indiana. In full compliance with Federal rules, please consider contacting the […]

France offers university courses in English to other internationals

“We want to maintain our status as a great host country and its ability to attract the best students to our institutions, whether they come from Africa, Asia or America. France is aware of all the high-level Tanzanian talents who will bring an asset to the international courses of our many prestigious universities and schools […]

What to Know About Tennessee State University Accreditation Probation

Tennessee State University recently announced that it had been placed on probation by their accreditation body. Here’s what you need to know about probation, how it went, and what happens next. What didn’t go well? According to the university’s accreditation agency – the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges – TSU officials […]

Landmark University courses in 2018-2019 and admission requirements ▷ Legit.ng

The Private Christian University institution managed by Living Faith Church Worldwide. The university is located in Omu-Aran Kwara State in Nigeria. Webometrics has ranked Landmark University among the top five universities in the country. Read on to get all the courses from Landmark University. Photo: myschoolgist.com Courses offered at Landmark University Landmark courses are divided […]

Deciding Between Uncredited and Credit Online College Courses Online Colleges

After Tiffany Williams-Rice decided to pursue a career in healthcare administration, she spoke to employers and conducted research online. Ultimately, she found that a master’s degree would help her settle into a hospital setting. The recent graduate, now 33, enrolled in an online graduate program at Colorado State University — Global Campus. But when Florida […]

Chicago State University accreditation threatened due to precarious finances

CHICAGO – The agency that oversees Chicago State University’s accreditation says the university’s status is in jeopardy due to its precarious financial situation caused by the budget stalemate in Springfield. Chicago state officials were briefed on the views of the Higher Learning Commission in a July 11 letter. “The university continues to have reduced financial […]

Virginia State University accreditation “reaffirmed” after months of “warning” status

ETTRICK, VA (WWBT) – Virginia State University has had its accreditation status “reaffirmed” by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges after spending months under academic warning as it strives to meet standards. On Thursday, Ettrick University announced that SACSCOC had voted to remove VSU from warning status and reaffirmed the university’s […]

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