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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 […]

IOP to pilot scholarship fund for student leaders | News

The Harvard Institute of Politics announced the launch of its Student Leader Scholarship, a pilot initiative that will provide a $2,000 need-based scholarship to several of the Institute’s undergraduate student leaders during the student leadership tenure. 2022 of the IOP. Only five to seven of the 32 members of the IOP Student Advisory Committee are […]

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 […]

The University of Chicago joins the Global Scholars Program

Published on Monday, February 7, 2022 The NIBR Global Scholars Program (NGSP) is a competitive program designed for innovators from invited institutions to secure funding for breakthrough science not covered by traditional grant support. The University of Chicago has joined the competitive program which is supported by the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR) and […]

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 […]

‘Articulating the mission’: Whitworth University’s new president comes from within after nationwide search

The University of Whitworth Presidential Search Committee spent nearly a year searching for the university’s new president. the Group of 17 members, which formed in April, conducted a nationwide search that attracted more than 60 applicants. Ultimately, however, the committee turned to Scott McQuilkin, Whitworth’s vice president for advancement, who has served as interim president […]

WVHS senior receives $10,000 scholarship | Local News

Sadie Herring, a senior at West Vigo High School, is one of 10 students nationwide to receive a $10,000 Samsung American Legion scholarship. Recipients attended either a 2021 American Legion Girls Auxiliary State Session or an American Legion Boys State Session. Herring attended the 2021 Hoosier Girls State. At West Vigo, she is class president, […]

Announcing scholarship winners and inspiring students

WLOS / My40 – Excelling in the classroom or in athletics are each remarkable achievement in itself; being elite in both is scarce territory. Each year, My40 partners with Arby’s to recognize outstanding local athletes and students in our Bojangles Friday Night Rivals game. Each student is recognized in the broadcasts and receives the chance […]

Shepherd starts scholarship to greet Bagent | Newspaper

SHEPHERDSTOWN— In honor of 2021 Harlon Hill Award winner Tyson Bagent, the Shepherd University Foundation announced the establishment of the TB2 Harlon Hill Award for Excellence Scholarship to support Shepherd football players on and off the pitch. The first of the scholarships will be available in fall 2022 for eligible student-athletes based on NCAA qualifications. […]

Tehama County Winter Dinner Scholarship Fundraiser Offers Live Silent Auction | Corning Observer

Tehama County Cattlemen and CattleWomen invite the community to attend the 69th Annual Winter Dinner and 18th Annual Farm Fellowship Fundraiser on Saturday January 8 at the Tehama District Fairground Auditorium from 5.30 p.m. Highlights of the event will include the announcement of the Tehama County Cattlemen’s Association ‘Man of the Year’, recognition of the […]

Governor Charlie Baker congratulates Northeastern University for continuing his in-person learning despite COVID outbreak

Gov. Charlie Baker congratulated Northeastern University on Friday for its plans to continue in-person learning this spring semester, as other Massachusetts colleges temporarily revert to distance education due to increased cases of COVID-19. In a college-wide memo, Northeast Chancellor and Senior Vice President of Learning Ken Henderson said “face-to-face learning remains the gold standard.” Henderson […]

South-East University accreditation renewed for 10 years

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has reaffirmed the status following a thorough review of Southeastern’s academic and administrative programs, SEU said in a press release. Southeastern University has received a renewal of its accreditation until 2031. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has reaffirmed […]

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 […]

U. establishes new University Labor Relations Office

The University Labor Relations Office (OULR) is a new office that works directly with University President Jonathan Holloway to manage the University’s labor relations with all faculty and staff unions, as well as to develop the overall strategy of Rutgers’ work. Holloway previously announcement the formation of the office in his September 24 address to […]

Tuskegee University accreditation reaffirmed for 10 years

Special to the Opelika Observer On December 11, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges publicly reaffirmed Tuskegee University’s accreditation status for an additional 10 years. The announcement is the culmination of a process that began three years ago and is part of the accreditation body’s annual meeting held this week in […]

SACSCOC Reaffirms Accreditation of Tuskegee University for Next Decade

December 11, 2018 Contact Person: Michael Tullier, ARP, Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing On Tuesday, December 11, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges publicly reaffirmed Tuskegee University’s accreditation status for an additional 10 years. The announcement is the culmination of a process that began three years ago and is […]

Liberty University accreditation reaffirmed for next 10 years »Liberty News

December 7, 2016: By Liberty University News Service After a very rigorous examination, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), reaffirmed Liberty University’s full accreditation for the next 10 years. This accreditation affects almost all areas of the university. Marshal Dr Ron Hawkins said the reporting process is extremely vigorous: “It […]

International students are changing the makeup of Maritime university courses

There has been a dramatic change in the types of courses undergraduates take in Nova Scotia and the growing number of students from outside the country is contributing to the change. Enrollment in the humanities – subjects like English and history – has declined by more than a third over the past decade. Last year, […]

Education in Kurdistan: Salahaddin-Hawler University

Interview with Dr. Mohammed R. Mochtar, Vice President of Administrative and Financial Affairs at the University of Salahaddin-Hawler Education is one of the most important pillars of sustainable economic growth; investment in young people. In your opinion, how is the attitude towards higher education in Kurdistan different from that of other neighboring countries? We know […]

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