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Temple University Receives Anonymous Donation To Build Center For Discrediting Rape Allegations

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PHILADELPHIA—Stipulating that the trusts be utilized for “promoting the refutation of rape claims wherever they happen,” an unacknowledged gift got Thursday by Temple University is allegedly proposed to be utilized to fabricate a middle for undermining assault assertions. “The contributor, who has decided to withhold his character, asked for that his $30 million gift go to an office devoted to ... Read More »

University of Baltimore offers free tuition for final semester

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Becker Alrub already knows he’s going to pay for college by himself. But when the high school senior heard the University of Baltimore was offering to pay tuition costs for a final semester, he decided he didn’t need to apply anywhere else. “It solidified the fact that I’m going to go there,” said Alrub, 18, of Glen Arm, Md. “If ... Read More »

Temple University to offer its first massive open online course

Temple University

Temple University will begin offering its first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) through its business school, officials announced Wednesday. The four-week class – Quantitative Methods for Business – will begin in September. It comes through Temple’s Fox School of Business Online MBA program and will  be offered via Blackboard’s platform, Temple said. Darin Kapanjie, managing director of Fox Online and ... Read More »

Temple University’s next president gets ready, postpones inauguration

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Temple University’s incoming president will take office Monday, but will postpone laying out his agenda in an inauguration speech until October. Neil D. Theobald, whose inauguration had been scheduled for April, said he wanted more time to learn about the 39,000-student university before formulating a solid plan for the future. “The goal is to listen – what should our priorities ... Read More »

Pennsylvania: Corbett plans to cut higher education funding

Gov. Tom Corbett’s proposed $27.3 billion state budget would reduce state appropriation to Pennsylvania’s public universities for the second consecutive year, this time by an addition 20 to 30 percent if passed by the state’s legislature. Corbett’s budget, proposed Feb. 7, would reduce state funding to three of the four major state-related universities. Penn State University, the University of Pittsburgh ... Read More »

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