The Charles Koch Foundation donated nearly $12 million to Arizona State University (ASU), the nation's most innovative university, according to U.S. News & World Report. A press release from the Koch Foundation said that the grant money would be used to develop programs for "students to more effectively pursue their own individualized and self-defined learning goals." One sponsored initiative is a "stackable credential" system that would allow students – particularly low-income and working students – to accumulate industry-specific credentials and customize their higher-education experience.
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Most recently, Dr. Lawrence Chatters served as vice president of student affairs at Midland University and as the school’s chief diversity officer.
The Kansas Board of Regents announced Friday the members of the search committee for K-State’s next president.
Introductory news conferences for major hires have become old hat for Nebraska fans in recent years. Then along came the former Husker great.
Bolton becomes the 20th player in program history to receive the honor.
Dr. Billy C. Hawkins, president of Talladega College, met with Alabama coach Nick Saban as part of an event hosted by Coca-Cola United.
The college sports landscape is set for a drastic change following the NCAA's latest policy that allows student-athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin welcome on Marquette sports law professor Matt Mitten to discuss the changes in college sports related to name, image and likeness.
(The Center Square) - One of the nation’s top labor and teachers unions is debating whether to call for the mandatory vaccination of all children before returning to school. The organization already this week has agreed to support and lead campaigns to advance critical race theory.
For years, Jon Tester has been involved in congressional hearings with NCAA officials, pressing to allow college athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness.