Higher Education

St. Mary’s College Recognized as Tree Campus 2020 Higher Education Institution by the Arbor Day Foundation | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

ST. MARY’S CITY, Maryland – St. Mary’s College of Maryland has been recognized as a 2020 Tree Campus Higher Education Institution by the Arbor Day Foundation. Tree Campus Higher Education, a national program launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting …

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Iowa regents consider more private collaboration

Regents listen to an Iowa Board of Regents meeting at the Levitt Center for University Advancement in Iowa City on Thursday, June 3, 2021. The regents heard from the three presidents of the public universities during the open session. (Rebecca F. Miller / The Gazette) As the Board of Regents’ …

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Repeatable UK science project wins £ 8.5million

A UK initiative to promote rigor and replicability of research has received £ 8.5million to encourage open research practices. As part of one of the largest awards given to supporting robust and transparent research methods, the UK Reproductibility Network (UKRN) will receive £ 4.5million from Research England as part of …

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Wichitan | Pablo Cruz: the path to higher education

Pablo Cruz, an exercise physiology graduate and MSU Texas cyclist, began his cycling career in his home country of Honduras. What started as a friendly competition between classmates six years ago has turned into a career and pursuit of higher education. “I started cycling with friends from college who would …

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Maine Voices: What Netflix’s “The Chair” Tells Us About Voice, Performance

Netflix’s “The Chair,” released August 20, depicts the fictional English department at Pembroke University. Although fictitious in its creation, “The Chair” speaks to the realities of higher education’s struggles and contributions to making the voices of students and marginalized groups heard and providing an inclusive and diverse example for departments …

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