Mark Lamster, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based author and lecturer, has joined the University of Texas at Arlington as a professor of practice in architecture.
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Hard on the heels of the January unadjusted Current Employment Statistics (CES), come the February numbers, now that New Hampshire Employment Security has got its end-of-the year benchmarking out of the way.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced on Thursday that it had expanded a public database of complaints it has received on financial products and services, to include federal and private student loans.
Florida politicians and conservative pundits have been expressing outrage for the last week about an exercise in which students in a course on intercultural communications at Florida Atlantic University were allegedly told to "stomp on Jesus" (in the form of a paper with "Jesus" written on it).
Some Chinese students at City College of San Francisco have added their voices to campus-wide concerns over accreditation problems at one of the United States' largest two-year schools.
One of the most remote outposts of Jesuit higher education is tucked away in dusty northwest Kenya, in a place whose name means “Nowhere” in Swahili.
Massachusetts has handed out $2 million in scholarships to students at state colleges and universities pursuing high-demand degrees.
The editor and the entire editorial board of the Journal of Library Administration have resigned in response to a conflict with the journal’s publisher over an author agreement that they say is “too restrictive and out of step with the expectations of authors.”
At a time many students have been facing rising debt, and many private universities have struggled to keep those debt levels down, Vanderbilt University stands out
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