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Scholarship Contest seeks innovative ideas

Cengage Learning has launched the 2015 Instructor for a Day College Scholarship Contest. College students can show their skills and creativity by submitting a short video to express how to…

Thousands spent to get liberal arts grads into STEM

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $632,000 scholarship grant to Stevens Institute of Technology to help fund liberal arts graduates in the software engineering (SwE) master’s degree program. Supported…

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How to get the biggest bang from scholarship bucks

At most colleges and universities, students have access to hundreds, if not thousands, of scholarships. Unfortunately, finding and applying for these scholarships can be a nightmare, with funds scattered across…

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Higher-ed leaders say this is the future of research universities

Inclusiveness, both of students and the community, is the key to obtaining the much-needed funding to secure the future of research universities, said Freeman Hrabowski, president of The University of…

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Will further state higher-ed funding cuts hinder economic innovation?

A new analysis of state spending projects that a slowing in the growth of the labor force will lead to slower economic growth over the next decade, while rising Medicaid…

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$110,000 in Canvas Grants to education

Instructure, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company and creator of the Canvas learning management system, today announced the winners of the 2015 Canvas Grants, which empower educators to develop innovative programs and…

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Starbucks ups college plan to 4 years

Starbucks soon may find itself almost as famous for college diplomas as it is for java. The coffee giant has announced it is doubling its free college tuition plan for employees…

Performance-based funding could disrupt community colleges

Performance-based funding (PBF) has become progressively utilized in order to reward higher education institutions for their success in enhancing student advancement and completion, but may have some drawbacks.…

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School launches first-in-the-nation tuition matching program

Pace Law School recently unveiled a first-in-the-nation tuition matching program designed to make legal education more accessible to students across the country.The School also announced a tuition freeze for 2015/16…

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New commission will explore higher-ed finance models

Increasing pressure on state budgets, along with changing student demographics and new academic models arising from advances in teaching and learning, create both opportunities and challenges for American higher education. However,…

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