Academic Leadership

Sonic Foundry Seeking Nominations For Eighth Annual Rich Media Impact Awards

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting and lecture capture, today announced its official call for nominations for the eighth annual Rich Media Impact Awards (RMIA), an honor that recognizes excellence in the practical and creative integration of Mediasite in business, education, health and government.

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Charging More for STEM College Classes

Should college students who major in more expensive subjects like chemistry, engineering and technological fields pay higher tuition? It’s a question being asked of lawmakers by leading state university administrators.

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New England Medical Schools Join Vets' Health Push

The White House says six medical colleges at New England universities are among 130 nationwide participating in a program to teach their students how to better serve military veterans' unique physical and mental health needs.

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Brigham Young U To Move Daily Universe Newspaper To Digital Format

Framing it as a move to strengthen journalism education, Brigham Young University intends to shift its student newspaper, the Daily Universe, to a mostly digital format and severely cut back its print schedule.

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Humanities Fight to Survive in Hi-Tech World

Tim Clark is a senior at Amherst College, a small liberal arts school in western Massachusetts, where he’s studied Latin, Greek and archeology.

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Adding University Of Pikeville To State System Runs Counter To National Trends

A proposal to make the private University of Pike ville the ninth school in Kentucky's higher education system runs counter to national trends of consolidation and privatization, according to education experts.

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Grand Rapids Community College Earns Federal Grant To Offer Evening GED Classes

Adults looking to complete their high school education with a GED diploma might be eligible for an evening program through Grand Rapids Community College.

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University System of Georgia To Cut Some Degree Programs

The University System of Georgia is preparing to eliminate about 250 degree programs that duplicate what's offered in the state’s public technical colleges.

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SUNY's Chief Touts 'Systemness'

Chancellor offers up her plans for campuses' future during her annual address

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