Trump’s Immigration Order Is a Major Blow to American Universities
Of America’s 975,000 international students, roughly 16,000 have been prohibited by executive order from entering (or re-entering) the country.
January 31, 2017 at 06:10PM
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In honor of Black History Month, U.S. President Donald Trump should revise his 'New Deal for Black America' to correspond to his administration's evolving understanding of the economic issues facing African Americans and the rest of the workforce.
Now is the time in which the forces of entrepreneurship and feminism collide. This is where our feminist entrepreneurs who made the 2017 list shine. An impressive but far-from-exhaustive sampling of 25 women honored this year.
32 million adults lack foundational skills in literacy, numeracy, and the workforce. A new report shows how entrepreneurs can use technology to reach them. The opportunity for disruptive innovation is ripe
I spoke with CEO Michael Boulware Moore about the vision behind the International African American Museum, rethinking history, and the importance of expanding our global perspective of the black experience.
Tenn. Governor Seeks Free Community College For All Adults
The idea got a standing ovation at the governor's State of the State address last night, with Democratic Leader Craig Fitzhugh saying, "Actually I had hoped that we would do that earlier."
With 44 million student loan borrowers carrying $1.3 trillion in debt, government officials were forced to take note of this hot-button issue in the midst of a huge election year — and it’s about time. Here are five student loan changes you can expect to see in 2017.
For the most part, I have done a good job of “swimming in my lane” and keeping my posts relevant to the overarching theme of business and entrepreneurship, which is my assigned area of expertise. But it’s impossible to ignore that I’m also an entrepreneur in the educational technology space.
Universities Grapple With Trump's Executive Order On Immigration
Colleges and universities are concerned about the implications of President Trump's executive order barring people from seven mainly Muslim countries from entering the U.S.
If (and when) Betsy DeVos is confirmed as secretary of education, public school educators will be mobilizing in unprecedented ways in an effort to make a privatization agenda more difficult than she might hope for.
If the high point of the college process is the day you get in, you’ve chosen the wrong place. Find one where you will thrive, grow, graduate and be ready to take on the next step in your young life in the most confident way.
Throughout the country, college athletes continue to seek greater personal freedoms. However, twenty-two years ago today, the NCAA won a major legal victory that that limited college athletes' privacy rights, especially in the area of drug testing. The case of note,Hill v. NCAA,was filed by two Stanford University college athletes -- [...]
It took all of fifteen minutes for sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson to bring up Pittsburg Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live locker room fiasco during CBS’s nationally televised broadcast of the AFC Championship game.
If there is any truth to the NCAA claims that it serves as a body to protect college athletes, it will launch an immediate investigation into the University of Connecticut ("UConn") football program and its athletic scholarship practices under its new and recently rehired head coach, Randy Edsall.
Is Google the New McKinsey? Most MBAs want to make money-it is still a big part of business. But for my MBA students, making money is not enough. I teach Software Design, Software Development and Applied Digital Innovation at UVA's Darden School. Tech giants and startups are a top recruiting choice.
Judge Sides With University In Legal Fight With Student Newspaper
A judge has sided with the University of Kentucky in a lawsuit against its own student newspaper, the Kentucky Kernel, over the release of a Title IX sexual assault investigation.
Charted: The American law schools most—and least—worth your money
While once a fail-safe way to land a well-paying job, going to law school in the US is nowadays proving more of a risk than a guarantee of a cushy salary. But attending BYU is a good place to start, apparently.
January 24, 2017 at 01:14PM
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Last week, University of Connecticut coach Randy Edsall pulled a verbal scholarship offer to a high school senior with just 17 days left in the college recruiting process. In taking a 'me first' approach, UConn head football coach Randy Edsall exposes UConn to the risk of civil liability.
Foreign travelers keep arriving in Taiwan, and business people regularly visit from abroad looking for a piece of the world's 20th largest economy. Here are five things Taiwanese people expect in meeting a face-to-face meeting.