- Nationwide Meningitis Vaccine Shortage
- Shot in the Arm for Campus Health
- Colleges Push Meningitis Vaccine
- What's Next? Bubonic Plague?
- Meningitis update: more unlicensed vaccine use possible; stay vigilant over holiday break
- Preparing for an unusually severe flu season, colleges draw on lessons from H1N1 pandemic
- Return of the Mumps
- Preventing Cancer
Quick Takes: Vaccinations, Rapprochement
March 18, 2005
- Louisiana College's Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to reverse a controversial policy for approving textbooks that had led the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to put the Baptist institution on probation in December. Trustees said the change was an effort to satisfy the accrediting association and to reach out to faculty members, who have warred with the board over that policy, the selection of a new president, and their perception that they've been shut out of campus decision making.
- About 2.1 million students earned career related credentials in undergraduate higher education in 2000-1, up from 1.6 million in 1984-5, according to an Education Department report released Thursday. The report examined increases in career-related certificate, associate and bachelor's degrees, and found that growth rates were not consistent among fields.
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