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Hundreds of educators, business leaders gather at UMass Lowell for international conference on entrepreneurship

UMass Lowell _UN

More than 250 pioneers from the universes of instruction and business as of late assembled at Umass Lowell to impart best practices in showing the up and coming era of ambitious people. “Schools and colleges have gotten the entrepreneurial bug,” University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman said in her keynote location to the third yearly Deshpande Symposium on Innovation ... Read More »

Firm studying cost-cutting at universities to visit UNI

University of Northern Iowa

By MacKenzie Elmer The consulting firm hired to cut costs at Iowa’s three public universities will visit the University of Northern Iowa campus to answer questions during a public forum on Monday. The Iowa Board of Regents approved a $2.5 million contract for Deloitte in February to conduct the review. Officials hope to scrutinize issues such as overlapping management and duplicate ... Read More »

Regents: Efficiency study could curb tuition hikes at state universities

Iowa public universities

The largest spending review in history at Iowa’s public universities could pave the way to more online classes, keep tuition increases in check and boost state funding, leaders of the Iowa Board of Regents said. The goal is to ensure an affordable and quality public education for any Iowan who wants it, officials said. Everything from overlapping management and duplicate ... Read More »

University of Akron proposes suspending 55 academic programs

University of Akron

By Karen Farkas The University of Akron has proposed suspending 55 academic programs following several years of review. While some programs are specific within areas, such as guitar performance in music, students will no longer be able to receive a bachelors degree in theater arts or geography or a masters degree in physics or urban studies. The suspensions represent about ... Read More »

Six academic programs cut at Franklin Pierce University

Franklin Pierce University

in New Hampshire announced it will stop offering degrees in six academic programs, The Sentinel reported. The private institution will no longer offer majors or minors in American studies, theater and dance, graphic communications, fine arts, math, and arts management. The announcement comes several weeks after a report evaluating the university “outlined significant financial strains,” The Sentinel reported. As of ... Read More »

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