What does it mean to be recognized as a "college with a conscience"?
Twelve years ago, Shirley Reed traveled deep into the heart of Texas. Arriving in a region of the Rio Grande Valley beset by poverty, unemployment, and some of the lowest education rates in the country, she set about building a community college.
Look up the word "growth" in the dictionary, and you will be hard-pressed to find a much better definition than what's happened at Roger Williams University.
Paul Lipsky's students have an endless appetite for broadband-especially wireless broadband.
We wanted features that would support a large research university.
In theory, if you walk into a McDonald's anywhere in the world a Big Mac is the same. But does that theory hold true for degrees from institutions of higher education and, more importantly, should it?
American institutions with branch campuses overseas are saying yes.
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