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1 Schreiner, AUA College of Medicine announce med school partnership
2 Wausau area obituaries Mar. 5, 2021
3 In the face of pandemic, McCormick says Schreiner University is staying ahead of virus
4 Murph N. Thorp, Jr., age 91, of Belton died Monday
5 University offering virtual career expo for students | UTSA Today
6 Factors associated with delay in seeking treatment among women with pelvic organ prolapse at selected general and referral hospitals of Southern Ethiopia, 2020
7 Scholars talk about being Black on campus in 2020
8 These South Texas college graduates earn the most money
9 Tsunami Warning Sends People to High Ground in French Polynesia
10 Applications jump to law and medical school
11 PRMC donates medical equipment
12 Schreiner moves to virtual learning, will make decision on commencement
13 Education Department fines Temple $700,000 in rankings scandal
14 Black students need changes to policies and structures beyond higher education
15 Survey finds medical school admissions is increasing flexibility
16 U of Texas will stop using controversial algorithm to evaluate Ph.D. applicants
17 Report questions benefits of 10 percent admissions plans
18 Wellness and Mental Health in 2020 Online Learning
19 More than a third of prospective college students are reconsidering higher education
20 International enrollments drop by 16 percent
21 Online Learning to the Rescue: Again
22 Rotarians present 'Youth Citizenship Awards' | |
23 Long-term online learning in pandemic may impact students' well-being
24 Career and technical high schools offer great students for colleges (opinion)
25 Obituary for F. O'Neil "Neil" Griffin, Kerrville, TX
26 Racism fuels poor mental health outcomes for Black students
27 University of California admissions scandal worsens
28 Many colleges will return to normal grading this fall. But will the semester be 'normal'?
29 Community colleges have a tough year on enrollments
30 Black workers at universities often are left out of conversations about race and higher education
31 Universities must act to assure that students apply to graduate school (opinion)
32 Liaison acquires TargetX
33 Mental Health Epidemic: Dark Shadow of the COVID Pandemic
34 Audit blasts admissions at University of California
35 Mount St. Mary's has an unusually successful year in admissions
36 University of Miami makes most graduate admissions test optional
37 MBA admissions are newly flexible
38 Report: Student satisfaction is down, but they plan to re-enroll
39 College applications are decreasing
40 Admissions dean charged with stealing from university
41 UT Health San Antonio calls on the community to do its part
42 Challenges of the socially distanced classroom; Big Ten universities share online courses
43 Justice Department sues Yale over admissions
44 Some campuses resume campus tours, with many changes
45 Preparing for a chaotic year in college admissions
46 Noodle, online degree enabler, buys parts of HotChalk, a former competitor
47 The MCAT should be optional (opinion)
48 California voters reject measure to restore affirmative action at public universities
49 Adding ethnic studies into college curricula has long been controversial, but is this moment different?
50 Will conversation turn to action when it comes to issues of racial equity in college admission?
51 What do we know -- and what should we try to learn -- about this spring's remote instruction?
52 Six top liberal arts colleges join forces in admissions
53 Student impressions of online learning improve modestly this fall
54 The power of active learning during remote instruction
55 Grinnell eliminates loans, citing coronavirus
56 Admissions deans release statement on what students and colleges should know
57 Nearly half of high school seniors haven't started applying to college, survey reveals
58 Appeals court backs Harvard on affirmative action
59 It's time to end legacy admissions (opinion)
60 Fresno State opens its doors to local students who went elsewhere
61 Common App to stop asking students about their high school disciplinary history
62 ACT settles class action for $16 million
63 Study: Asian students who don't get into first-choice college end up doing well
64 Justice Department Threatens Yale with lawsuit
65 Will active learning be possible if colleges have physically distanced classrooms this fall?
66 COVID-era experience strengthens faculty belief in value of online learning, institutions' support for them
67 A review of the problems with recruiting Chinese students (opinion)
68 California law sheds light on how private colleges handle applications from alumni children
69 Will virtual learning be better this fall? Will it be better enough?
70 Survey of admissions officers gives C grade on the fall semester
71 Students want a fall semester as close as possible to last fall's, surveys show
72 ACT and SAT scores drop in 2020
73 Study: Affirmative action ban had impact on community colleges
74 How coronavirus is changing admissions
75 Algorithm used for IB scores this year blamed for students' low marks
76 The AP program has made real progress at diversity (opinion)
77 Peterson hospital a tribute to local history, community
78 Schreiner University's novel approach to funding an online program
79 Career Services That Students, and Employers, Need
80 What kept students studying remotely satisfied this spring? Well-designed and well-delivered courses
81 Is technology the best way to stop online cheating? No, experts say: better teaching is.
82 Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction
83 Universities revoke admission offers over hateful speech
84 Research universities join the test-optional movement, for at least a year
85 The Blockchain Future of Higher Ed
86 'Unacceptable' tells the story of the admissions scandal
87 Colleges develop strategies for recruiting students without a campus visit
88 Changes in SAT prompt discussion of future of the College Board
89 Another indictment in admissions scandal
90 EAB study finds that minority and low-income students are not making deposits or filling out FAFSA
91 A defense of standardized tests (opinion)
92 One option for delivering instruction if campuses open this fall: HyFlex
93 Harvard, Princeton and Stanford go test optional
94 Pandemic-driven teaching pivot drives a surge in sharing among the faculty
95 Schreiner men enter SCAC Tournament with championship aspirations
96 Study finds that public universities lose minority students when they ban affirmative action
97 Colleges change policies and get personal to enroll students
98 Advertiser Webinars | Closing the Great Digital Divide between Students and the University | Thursday, February 25 at 2:00 pm ET
99 Report on adult enrollments suggests they can't be counted on
100 Colleges reopen admissions