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Rep. Eric Cantor, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and five other panelists discussed the accessibility of higher education in the US on campus last Friday.
Although the University of Richmond is not a school driven by rankings, the vice president for enrollment management said they still affect its reputation.
Rosie Rios, a first-generation Mexican-American, began her working career by picking fruit in San Jose, Calif., and is currently the 43rd treasurer of the United States.
Recruitment is important and so the university dedicates a lot of time to it, with national recruitment conventions and meetings starting during the fall, Provost Steve Allred said.
Soon after I took office, I proposed an ambitious goal: by 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world.
During the next five years, about one-third of the government’s top scientists, engineers, mathematicians, economists and other specialized professionals are retiring. But who is going to replace them?
Marshall, R-13th District, has introduced House Bill 1656, which would allow full-time faculty members with concealed handgun permits to carry firearms on campuses of public institutions of higher education.
The Board of Trustees of the College Board has issued a call to action from college educators across the country to help make college education a reality for all students.
The Virginia General Assembly is considering legislation that would require public universities to notify parents of students receiving treatment at the student counseling center whether the students are deemed a danger to themselves or others.