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  1. State appropriations for higher education up in 31 states, report says

    States such as Wyoming and North Dakota are seeing large increases driven by natural resource booms. ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jan 21 2013

  2. State aid dollars increasingly awarded for merit as well as financial need

    Dakota, Wyoming and New Hampshire awarded aid solely on a non-need basis. The few major changes seen ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jul 15 2013

  3. Merit aid makes college more expensive for low income students, report finds

    tuition low, such as North Carolina, Wyoming, Hawaii, Florida and California. Some of these states have ...

    Kevin Kiley - May 8 2013

  4. Regaining Confidence

    a larger share of the donor pool than in the past. Ben Blalock, president of the University of Wyoming ...

    Kevin Kiley - Aug 31 2011

  5. Texas, Florida, and Wisconsin governors see large overlap in higher education platforms

    higher education reform. States such as North Dakota and Wyoming – long controlled by Republicans – were ...

    Kevin Kiley - Nov 30 2012

  6. Budgets Half Empty, Glass Half Full

    by 12 percent, and Wyoming, which is seeing revenues come in at 5.2 percent greater than expected, doled ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jul 1 2011

  7. NSF report notes decline in state support for research universities

    at its research universities. Wyoming and Alaska also had increases of more than 10 percent. Both ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jan 18 2012

  8. Reports find student aid shift from states to federal government

    at pre-recession levels. At the high end are Wyoming and New Mexico, which in 2010-11 spent $14.38 and $12.73 -- ...

    Kevin Kiley - Oct 26 2011

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