04 novembre 2018

The growing role of continuing education on university campuses

University Business Magazine logoThough Continuing or Extended Education is still viewed with suspicion by some faculties as the “personal interest” division of a university, CE offers many opportunities for their academic counterparts—including, in some cases, chances to make up budgetary shortfalls and offer industry-relevant programming. More...

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MTSU Law School proposal denied by state's higher ed commission

University Business Magazine logoIn an eight to five vote, Tennessee’s Higher Education Commission denied Middle Tennessee State University’s proposal to transfer Indiana-based Valparaiso Law School to its Murfreesboro campus. More...

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Developing critical thinking skills in students

University Business Magazine logoMcGraw-Hill Education today announced a new upcoming webinar on critical thinking, the latest installment in the learning science company's free Virtual Professional Development Series for higher education faculty. More...

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Vice president, School of Extended Learning

University Business Magazine logoUnder the direction of the superintendent/president, the VP of the School of Extended Learning is responsible for integrating and implementing noncredit student support services and noncredit curriculum programs. More...

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How MOOC-based master's degrees may transform higher ed

University Business Magazine logoA new master’s degree offering from MOOC platform EdX and seven partner universities allows online learners to earn a post-baccalaureate diploma at a fraction of the cost of a traditional program. More...

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Wanted: Qualified applicants for great jobs in a terrific place to live

University Business Magazine logoLuzerne and Lackawanna counties appear to be turning the economic corner. New manufacturing facilities, a clear competitive strength in wholesaling and distribution, and a variety of higher education institutions to train the workforce of tomorrow lead the way in our resurgence. More...

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O’Melveny guides Foundry College’s financing campaign

University Business Magazine logoHelping to kick off a new type of online education focused on teaching “middle skills” to working adults, O’Melveny represented Foundry College in its successful fund raising campaign. More...

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Here's how many undocumented college students in New Jersey have applied for financial aid

University Business Magazine logoMonths after Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation extending financial aid to undocumented immigrants in New Jersey, state officials announced this week that they have received 1,365 applications for the current school year. More...

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Can the U.S. government fix college financing?

University Business Magazine logoTuition inflation is out of control, having risen an average of 5.25% annually from 2000 to 2018 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Compare that to “normal” U.S. inflation of 2.70%, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, and it’s clear that something needs to be done to ensure higher education remains attainable for U.S. stakeholders that want to attend college. More...

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After a long history of service, Delaware State University has a promising future

University Business Magazine logoThe motto that stood at the entrance of Delaware State University for decades is etched on the heart of every student, faculty and staff member who has spent some of the most important moments in their life at 1200 North DuPont Highway. More...

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