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Judge Dismisses South Korean University's Suit Against Yale

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Yale University by a South Korean university that claimed it lost tens of millions of dollars after Yale damaged its reputation.

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MTSU Tries To Boost Rate Of Graduations

MTSU graduate Trey Schruff is proof it’s possible to earn a college degree in 3 1/2 years.

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Inter American University of Puerto Rico Chooses NanoProfessor

Will be first university in Puerto Rico to launch cutting-edge NanoProfessor Nanoscience Education Program

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Task Force Gets Report On Higher Ed Challenges

Two veteran faculty members cautioned a newly formed task force on Monday against changing the state's higher education system simply because a businessman - in this case, Gov. Rick Scott - believes it needs to show more value.

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How Does Your Community College Stack Up?

Not all community colleges are created equal.

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UC, CSU Pushed To Cut Low-Enrollment Programs

It sounds like an obesity epidemic in higher education: program bloat.

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Gender Gap Persists In Oklahoma’s Engineering Schools

Morgan Weatherspoon, a chemical engineering major at the University of Oklahoma, there are a handful of women in her summer class of about 30 people. Higher education leaders hope to see change in the years to come.

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McGraw-Hill Education Establishes First-Ever “Pay-For-Performance” Business Model In Partnership With Western Governors University

McGraw-Hill Education and Western Governors University (WGU) today announced a landmark agreement to establish a “pay-for-performance” model in which McGraw-Hill will receive variable compensation for those WGU students who use MHE technology and services for a particular course and pass.

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UConn To Hire 275 New Faculty Members In Next Four Years

Focus On Genomics, Closing Connecticut's Academic Achievement Gap

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Bill Introduced To Reshape Higher Education In New Jersey

Gov. Christie lent guarded support to a bill introduced by Democratic legislative leaders Monday that would dramatically reshape higher education in New Jersey by drawing Rutgers-Camden closer to Rowan University and by breaking up the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

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