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| March 22, 2016 PAULA JOHNSON has been named president of Wellesley College, effective July 1. She was chief of Read more

Professor Says Only Law Can Cure Bias, Racism in Health Care

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 18, 2016
Dayna Matthew says that, when it comes to eliminating the racial disparities that plague Americ [...] Read more

U. of Michigan Program for At-risk Youth Headed for Chicago

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 10, 2016
A University of Michigan-based program designed to prevent substance abuse, violence and early [...] Read more

U. of Southern Indiana Dental Students Provide Free Services to Veterans

by Megan Erbacher, Evansville Courier & Press | March 2, 2016
EVANSVILLE, Ind. ― Larry Gries joked that a few years ago, he was the University of Southern [...] Read more

Home-buying Program Available to Kettering Faculty, Staff

| March 1, 2016
FLINT, Mich. ― Kettering University is encouraging its faculty and staff to become home owner [...] Read more

Corporations Beginning to See Value of Supporting HBCUs

by Trevonne Thompson and Myiesha Taylor | February 24, 2016
Recent headlines have shared historic announcements by many leading corporations of their new c [...] Read more

Goshen College Pitching in to Tackle Disparities in Mental Health Access

by Catherine Morris | February 17, 2016
Goshen College will partner with a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School and Massachu [...] Read more

Wellesley College Names Paula Johnson as President

by Catherine Morris | February 11, 2016
Wellesley College announced today it had selected Dr. Paula A. Johnson as its 14th president, m [...] Read more

Frontier Goes the Distance in Serving the Underserved

by Catherine Morris | February 8, 2016
Frontier Nursing University—a school system focused on serving the underserved and that offer [...] Read more

Doctor Determined to Win Age-old Battle Against Hypertension

by B. Denise Hawkins | February 4, 2016
Heather Johnson, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, has found that 1 in 10 young adults suffer fr [...] Read more

Rookie Docs Can Work Longer Flex Hours Safely, Study Finds

by Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press | February 2, 2016
CHICAGO ― Surgery patients fared just as well when junior doctors worked longer than mandated [...] Read more

Sorority Activities at Duke Suspended After Hospitalization

by Associated Press | January 27, 2016
DURHAM, N.C. ― Sorority activities at Duke University have been suspended after a female stud [...] Read more

Flint Hires Professor Who Helped Bring Water Crisis to Light

by Associated Press |
FLINT, Mich. ― Flint Mayor Karen Weaver says she has hired a Virginia Tech professor whose ex [...] Read more

Penn State Seniors Put Class Gift Funds Toward Mental Health

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. ― Pennsylvania State University’s senior class will donate its class gif [...] Read more

Oregon State University Store Begins Accepting Food Stamps

by Anthony Rimel, Corvallis Gazette-Times | January 13, 2016
CORVALLIS, Ore. ― Oregon State University has become one of only a handful of universities wi [...] Read more
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