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Indian-American to head US’ council on education

(New Delhi, Mar 15, 2015) An Indian-American has been named to head US’ most influential higher education association from tomorrow.

Renu Khator, Chancellor of University of Houston System and also President of University of Houston, will be the new Chair of American Council on Education (ACE) succeeding James H Mullen Jr. 362 more words


President Obama proclaims November National College Application Month

A nationwide effort to support college application week has been declared by President Barack Obama, who proclaimed November National College Application month and in our state by Governor Snyder who recently declared Nov. 400 more words

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Leading Organizations Ask Congress to Support Research Investments

Tomás Díaz de la Rubia, a Director at Deloitte Consulting, currently serves as the innovation leader for the Energy and Resources Industry practice.. He builds advises clients on the impact of emerging and potentially disruptive exponential technologies on the future of their industry, and builds relationships between public and private sector clients to develop new groundbreaking technologies. 152 more words

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Veteran Friendly Institutions Start with Presidential Support

By Jamie Williamson On September 17, 2013 · 2 Comments

Ever wonder why we need special incentives to become veteran friendly institutions?

Me, too… until last week. 558 more words

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Survey: Rapes Not Investigated at 2 in 5 Colleges

WASHINGTON (AP) – A survey of colleges and universities finds a lack of coordination between many campuses and local law enforcement in handling sexual assaults, and that many schools have gone years without investigating such cases. 719 more words


Education Group Denies "Chilling Effect" on Campus Rape Survey

Washington D.C. (KMOX) – A higher education group denies it’s trying to discourage colleges and universities from responding to a survey on campus rapes.

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