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Scholarship, service and sorority • Southwestern University

Taylor Williams ’23 was already familiar with the National Panhellenic Council, a coalition historically black fraternitiesd sororities, before arriving on the campus of Southwestern University. His father is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.®, one of nine organizations that make up the council, and Williams grew up hearing about the benefits of belonging […]

Ellwood Group Announces Industrial Maintenance Scholarship

NEW CASTLE – Ellwood Group Inc. has announced the Ellwood Industrial Maintenance Scholarship for high school seniors and those who have passed their GED test. The scholarship will be for individuals who are pursuing a certificate or degree at an accredited trade school after graduating in mechatronics or an equivalent industrial maintenance program. Ellwood will […]

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, […]

‘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 […]

UTSA’s Carnegie R1 Rating Confirmed, Elevating University and San Antonio | UTSA today | UTSA

In Texas, other Carnegie R1 institutions now include Baylor University, Rice University, Texas Tech University, University of Houston, University of North Texas, and the campuses of the University of Texas at Austin , Arlington, Dallas and El Paso. In Carnegie’s analysis, UTSA clusters nationally around Case Western Reserve University, Rice University, Tufts University, and the […]

Syrian scholar ‘angry’ over Dublin scholarship visa denial

A Syrian scholar who received a scholarship to study for a PhD at Dublin City University (DCU) said he was ‘angry and depressed’ that he couldn’t take advantage of ‘a life-changing opportunity’ after his application visa to come to Ireland was rejected. Mustafa Keshkeia, a translator and lecturer at Damascus University, was due to travel […]

Several Liberty University students invited to join Harvard’s National Collegiate Research Conference »Liberty News

Some of Liberty’s student presenters with their faculty sponsors With their participation funded by Liberty University’s Center for Research & Scholarship, 23 undergraduate students were invited to present research projects at the National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC), hosted by Harvard University from 21 to January 23. NRC is the largest student-led research conference in America. […]

Applications are accepted for the SEMA Fellowship Program

The application period for the 2022 SEMA Scholarships for students preparing for careers in the automotive or performance parts industries is now open and will run until March 1, 2022. Interested applicants can review and complete the scholarship application to www.sema.org/scholarships. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance of up to $5,000 to foster […]

Martin Luther King III to Speak at Syracuse University’s MLK Celebration Honoring His Father

Syracuse, NY – The eldest son of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. will be the guest speaker at Syracuse University’s upcoming MLK celebration, the university announced today. Martin Luther King III, civil rights activist, global humanitarian and political leader, will speak at the 37th annual celebration of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. […]

Updated quarantine and isolation procedures for the campus community

Submitted photo The university’s COVID-19 quarantine and isolation guidelines now align with the CDC with 5 days of self-isolation for those who test positive for the virus. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Quarantine and isolation procedures continue to be a necessary step to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, particularly within our university community. As the spring semester […]

Measuring Up: Le Roy Sr. Gets Full Scholarship at Amherst | Top story

LE ROY – Every year QuestBridge matches high performing, low income high school students with full scholarships to the top colleges in the country. Out of a pool of 16,500 applicants, Emily Williams, a senior at Le Roy High School, was one of 1,674 recipients. She received a full scholarship to Amherst College, one of […]

SunLive – Kiwi Music Scholarship Recipients Shine

The numerous performance restrictions imposed by Covid-19 have not appeased the zeal of the seven young recipients of this year’s Kiwi music scholarship. Western Bay of Plenty soprano Felicity Tomkins along with pianists Modi Deng and Grace Francis, tenor Harry Grigg, violinists April Ju and Claudia Tarrant-Matthews and soprano Sophie Sparrow each received a scholarship […]

Delmarva Chicken Association opens scholarship applications – WGMD

The Delmarva Chicken Association accepts applications for college scholarships from students interested in chicken-related careers. DCA provides scholarships of $ 2,000 for undergraduate students and $ 3,000 for graduate students. Chicken-related jobs extend far beyond those on poultry farms and processing plants: training in accounting, engineering, marketing, veterinary sciences, nutrition and several sciences are important […]

Harrison Country, West Virginia student receives scholarship from Glenville State College | Harrison News

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The accreditation of the University of Troy reaffirmed by the SACSCOC

Officials at the University of Troy have been informed that the University has received a reaffirmation of academic accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). The announcement was made last week at the accreditation agency’s annual meeting. The University of Troy was initially accredited by SACSCOC in 1934. The […]

William Henshaw Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution welcomes scholarship recipient | Newspaper

FALLING WATERS – At the December 4th meeting of the William Henshaw chapter of the DAR, scholarship recipient Julia Adams was welcomed as a guest of the chapter. There were three applicants for the annual section sponsored scholarship program. Adams received a $ 500 scholarship to help him continue his education at the James Rumsey […]

Odessa High senior selected for QuestBridge match, full scholarship

Odessa High School senior Rigoberto Mendoza was offered a full four-year scholarship to Emory University under the QuestBridge National College Match program. (Courtesy photo) In a few months, Rigoberto Mendoza, the Odessa high school, will become the first of his family to attend university. He says he could major in biology. Or he can take […]

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 […]

Glenville State College Sports Coaching Scholarship | Harrison News

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PJC receives scholarship donation from Express Employment

Express Employment Professionals recently presented a check for $ 3,000 to Paris Junior College. The funds are intended for general scholarships to help PJC students. “We are grateful to be part of a community that has such a good higher education institution like Paris Junior College,” said Rocky Gill, Express Employment Professionals franchisee. “We do […]

Climate crisis 101: Canadian university courses to prepare you for a greener future

For environmentally conscious students (and which students aren’t, these days?), The selection of environmental science courses at Canadian universities is better than ever One need only remember Greta Thunberg’s 2018 school strike for climate to understand how committed young people are to the fight against climate change. Students at Canadian Universities interested in the natural […]

The accreditation of the Catholic University in danger because it punished a conservative professor for his tweets

Repeatedly violated his written promises regarding free speech When we asked the Catholic University of America last month why it suspended an assistant professor for her conservative tweets, the administration declined to comment on the professor’s claims. Now he also freezes the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. It has been three weeks since 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 […]

Financial aid for university courses on campus and online

× terms and conditions By checking this box as an electronic signature and submitting this form by clicking the Request Information button above, I give my express written consent to the representatives of the affiliates of the National University and the National University System (City University of Seattle, Northcentral University and National University Virtual High […]

Should university courses be free?

Free higher education has many societal benefits, but that doesn’t answer the crucial question: do you have to pay for it? Quality higher education can strengthen a society’s human capital, generate wealth and generally make things better. But should the taxpayer or the user pay the bill? The death last year of the champion of […]

US government blocking access to ‘head bone’ online college courses, says Coursera professor

Ebrahim Afsah.jpg Ebrahim Afsah, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Copenhagen, teaches a course on “Constitutional Struggles in the Muslim World” via Coursera. This week, its students in Iran, Syria, Cuba and Sudan were denied access to free online education due to a decision by the US State Department, a […]

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