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  1. New presidents or provosts: APUS Cincinnati State Crafton Ferrum Pierce San Bernardino SOU Stevens Wyoming

    Kate Miller , dean of the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University, has been chosen as provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Wyoming. Kim Mooney , provost and vice president for academic affairs at Franklin Pierce University, in New ...

    Doug Lederman - Aug 18 2016

  2. New presidents or provosts: Centenary Dayton Foothill Grays Harbor Hawaii Lorain Marywood SDSU Wyoming

    Glenn Arbery , interim president at Wyoming Catholic College, has been promoted to the job on a permanent basis. Marcia J. Ballinger , provost and vice president of academic and learner services at Lorain County Community College, in Ohio, has been promoted to president there. ...

    Doug Lederman - Jun 27 2016

  3. Free-college campaigns attempt to remain above politics

    for the country." Geringer, the former Wyoming governor, who also sits on the Western Governors University ...

    Ashley A. Smith - Jul 28 2016

  4. Texas A&M Commerce president committed suicide

    and an instructor at Casper College in Wyoming from 1982 to 1985. Presidents Texas ...

    Rick Seltzer - Jul 8 2016

  5. Wyoming community college to close journalism program at center of dispute

    The tiny journalism program at Wyoming's Northwest College has been a burr in the saddle of administrators for years. Its faculty members advised the student newspaper, The Northwest Trail , which regularly published articles that explored controversial issues on the campus, ...

    Doug Lederman - May 4 2016

  6. New presidents or provosts: Abington Brandeis Hamilton Manhattanville McHenry MCLA Radford Staffordshire Wyoming

    of the University of Wyoming. David Wippman , the William S. Pattee Professor of Law and dean ...

    Doug Lederman - Mar 8 2016

  7. To address physician shortage, medical schools expand to rural areas

    people, while Arkansas, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada and Wyoming all have fewer than 200. To address ...

    Ellen Wexler - May 13 2016

  8. Public colleges relied less on tuition in 2015

    is spread unevenly, in time and in location. In Wyoming, only 14.9 percent of revenue comes from tuition. ...

    Ellen Wexler - Apr 27 2016

  9. Journalism instructor accuses Northwest College of retaliation

    A Wyoming journalism instructor and student newspaper adviser says his college is penalizing him in retaliation for unflattering news articles. Rob Breeding, who has taught for three years at the public, two-year Northwest College, said administrators there have added unjust conditions ...

    Josh Logue - Apr 22 2016

  10. Politician proposes law to prevent harassers being passed from one institution to another

    Slater said he disclosed the allegations against him when he was being vetted by Wyoming in 2008 because, ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Jan 13 2016

  11. 2017 budget a would-be bonanza for higher ed -- but nonstarter in Congress

    economic growth,” Senator Michael B. Enzi of Wyoming, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said ...

    Doug Lederman - Feb 10 2016

  12. State support for higher education rises 4.1 percent in 2016

    Wisconsin 1,471,162,500 -8.10% 10.60% Wyoming ...

    Ellen Wexler - Jan 25 2016

  13. Anonymous astronomers object to efforts to name and shame harassers in the field

    and now an endowed chair in secondary science education at the University of Wyoming. Speier said she’d ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Jan 20 2016

  14. Colleges start new academic programs

    University of Wyoming is starting an online master of science degree in health services administration. ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jun 29 2015

  15. Financial need an aid priority for most states

    106.620 18.973 2.985 128.579 Wyoming - 15.150 ...

    Kellie Woodhouse - Oct 5 2015

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