One college breaks ground on a massive geothermal system, another boasts a new park in an unexpected location and a third has a new green bus (literally) on the road.
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May 15, 2009
May 12, 2009
In study abroad, there's been concern about U.S. students contracting the H1N1 virus while abroad; now, there's also concern about them spreading it.
May 11, 2009
Colleges are requiring global experiences, but are flexible in terms of where those experiences can take place.
May 8, 2009
Tis the season when “speakers” descend on college campuses, bringing with them impressive resumes or big names, or both, along with some words of wisdom to dispense. This year has, like most, featured a few controversies, but for today, turning elsewhere. ...
May 6, 2009
WASHINGTON -- An estimated 2.9 million students worldwide are pursuing their educations outside their home countries, a 57 percent increase since 1999.
May 5, 2009
WASHINGTON -- The theme of this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference is “relationships matter” -- the significance of which should not be lost on the 193 student government presidents the lobbying group brought here for the occasion, as Jonathan Kessler, AIPAC’s leadership development director, told them Saturday. “Every conversation, every relationship starts somewhere.”
May 4, 2009
Some colleges with cases of H1N1 close down, while others stay open.
May 1, 2009
Colleges grapple with complexities of federal matching program that will supplement veterans' benefits under the new GI Bill.
April 29, 2009
New book featuring group portraits with the cadaver offers uncomfortable insight into an era of medical education.
April 28, 2009
Protests over Notre Dame's invitation to Obama grow, fueled by politics and clouded by a lack of clarity in a key Catholic document.