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The Week in Admissions News

Suicides at NC State; stackable credentials; help for transfer students at Duquesne.

U of Chicago Gets $100M Gift for Ph.D. Program in Business

The University of Chicago has received a $100 million gift from Ross Stevens for the Booth School of Business’s Ph.D...
On a cold day the students are climbing up the steps towards the university entrance, everyone wearing coats and carrying backpacks containing their education books

For Direct Admissions Pioneers, It’s a Good Year

In the first year in which many colleges participated, it appears to have been a success. Augsburg gets more minority applicants and more men.

AP

College Board Will Change AP in African American Studies

The course it developed has been criticized by all sides.

7 Henderson State Nursing Professors Quit

Seven nursing professors have recently quit their jobs at Henderson State University to protest budget cuts, THV News reported. The...
Florida governor Ron DeSantis standing in front of a Florida flag and behind a podium with a sign that says "Higher education reform"

Florida to Develop Alternative to AP Courses

And legislators are also expected to approve an alternative to the SAT and ACT.

How George Mason’s Law School Became a Conservative Center

George Mason University’s law school, the Antonin Scalia School of Law, has emerged as a prominent conservative law school. An...
Colorado School of Mines Teaching With Heart participants smile for a photo

Academic Success Tip: Teach With Love

Colorado School of Mines encourages STEM educators to look beyond course design and pedagogy to embrace a character of love and teach with heart.