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Connecticut might waive student loans for ‘green’ job workers

Paul Goulet hopes Connecticut will help him get from under nearly $8,000 he's borrowed for college after losing his job in a paper manufacturing plant. …

Universities push to get students counted in 2010 census

Colleges, universities, and their surrounding communities have a financial interest in making sure all of their students get counted in the census, so public-relations campaigns that encourage students to fill…

Angry students protest cuts to schools, colleges

Anger over rising tuition and school budget cuts boiled over as students across the country staged rowdy demonstrations that led to clashes with police and the rush-hour shutdown of a…

Technology makes student aid more accessible

Over the past decade and a half, the internet has made it easier for families to learn about, find, and apply for college scholarships, government grants, and other types of…

Center to focus on high-tech evolution

Forget fossils and DNA comparisons. A new center at Michigan State University will shift the focus of evolution from the past to the future, reports the Free Press. …

Cashing in on idle tech assets could help close campus budget gaps

Each day, universities conduct and invest in research that has an impact on science, medical, and technology industries. And while schools of higher education serve a larger purpose, patenting those…

UCF awards $1M for 7 education projects

The University of Central Florida has awarded nearly $1 million to fund seven projects in disciplines from accounting to digital media aimed at enhancing undergraduate education. …

Universities use stimulus money to build high-tech research labs

Ten colleges and universities will use a total of $123 million in stimulus funds to build scientific facilities that will help campus researchers study coral reef ecosystems, experimental physics, quantum…

Education secretary pushes to revise student loan practices

Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Tuesday urged the Senate to overhaul student lending, asserting that the banking industry has had "a free ride from taxpayers for too long" and that…

Industry lobbying imperils overhaul of student loans

Four months ago, it appeared all but certain that the White House and Democrats in Congress would succeed in overhauling the student loan business and ending government subsidies to private…

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