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Topeka House Appropriations Committee Chairman Marc Rhoades, R-Newton, said Tuesday that his committee would continue to work on the higher education budget even though it approved the spending plan one day earlier. "A lot of committee members didn'
Governor Guadagno, Speaker Prieto, President Sweeney, members of the Legislature, fellow New Jerseyans: I am pleased to present to you my Budget for Fiscal Year 2015. This is the fifth time I have come before this Legislature to deliver a budget
World is shrinking by the day as more and more students are moving across borders to fulfill their academic aspirations. Studying at an international location is the primary aim of students of the 21st century. You may not have still
The Portland State University faculty union declared an impasse in contract talks Monday following 10 months of fruitless bargaining with administrators who are wrestling with a budget deficit. The decision moves the union closer to a strike that
In addition, board members will vote on further boosting the cost for students to live on campus by another $188 over what was approved in the four-year plan they adopted in 2011. If these increases are approved, students living on campus would pay $
Stories NYU, which is reviving its baseball program after a 40-year hiatus, announced Monday that it has hired Douglas Kimbler to coach the team. The program, which was discontinued following the 1974 season and re-emeerged as a club sport in the
The Record Dips in enrollment have forced cuts in staff and faculty at Felician College's campuses in Lodi and Rutherford , according to the school. Sixteen faculty members were informed last month that their contracts, which run through June, would
The Wheaton College trustees have selected Dennis Hanno as the school's eighth president. Trustees Chairman Thomas Hollister announced Monday that Hanno, currently the provost and senior vice president at Babson College, will take over July 15.
Trinity College had not won the national women's squash title since taking home back-to-back titles in 2002 and 2003. That changed Sunday when freshman Anna Kimberley (Essex, England) won the deciding match, breaking a 4-4 tie with a 3-1 win in the
Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Provost, Malaysia Campus at University of Nottingham Students have always travelled in search of the best study opportunities and researchers have always collaborated across borders. But until fairly recently, higher education