- UDC eliminates nearly 20 academic programs
- Project-based learning could help attract and retain women in STEM, study suggests
- Essay on preferred pronouns as a step toward inclusion
- New book on how to navigate an entire academic career
- Distance education state reciprocity initiative prepares to welcome first members
- Professor fired for sexual harassment sues University of Idaho
- Essay comparing academic disciplines to fraternities
- Democratic Lawmaker Wants Adjuncts to Share Their Stories
New Programs: Game Simulation, Data Analytics, Engineering Technology, Public Health, Physician Assistants, Criminal Justice, African-American Studies, Actuarial Science, Languages
November 20, 2013
- Albright College is starting an undergraduate major in game and simulation development.
- Arizona State University is starting a bachelor's degree in data analytics.
- Eastern Iowa Community Colleges -- all three campuses -- are starting an associate of applied sciences in engineering technology.
- Meredith College is starting an undergraduate major in public health.
- Monmouth University is starting a master of science physician assistant program.
- Northwestern College, in Iowa, is starting a major and minor in criminal justice.
- University of Florida has started a bachelor of arts in African-American studies.
- University of Maine at Farmington is starting a bachelor of arts in actuarial science.
- Western Kentucky University is starting undergraduate majors in Arabic and Chinese.
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