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Limestone University
Limestone University To Begin Offering Pre-Licensure Nursing Program
February 21, 2024

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Limestone University
Department Of Homeland Security Official To Visit Limestone University
February 21, 2024

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Limestone University
Limestone University Recognized As One Of Best Online Master's In South Carolina
February 21, 2024

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Champlain College
Fall 2024 Applications Are Now Rolling
February 20, 2024

Applications are now rolling for the fall of 2024 at Champlain College. 
Apply for Rolling Admissions and receive a decision in just a few weeks. There's no application fee or test scores required. Join us this coming fall.

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University of Mount Union
Higher Learning Commission Approves Mount Union Master of Science in Nursing Degree
February 12, 2024

ALLIANCE, Ohio - The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) officially approved the University of Mount Union's new Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, with applications now being accepted for the first start date in August.

The Mount Union MSN degree offers a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), a 46-credit-hour program that can be completed in as few as 22 months. This ensures the opportunities for nurses seeking to advance their careers are accelerated and bridge the current primary care practice gap.

With the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting more than 30,000 new Advance Practice Registered Nurses needed each year through 2031, Mount Union's MSN program will help meet the surging workforce demand.

Also approved by the HLC was Mount Union's unique Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) certification with its MSN degree program. This offering enhances nurses' skillsets and opens the door for more career opportunities. Those who have previously earned an FNP…

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Washington & Jefferson College
Washington & Jefferson College will not recognize May 1 -National Decision Day- deadline
February 9, 2024

Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) announced today that they will not recognize May 1, 2024, as -National College Decision Day.-  W&J joins many colleges and universities nationwide, making this accommodation in direct response to the delays associated with the U.S. Department of Education-s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In addition to not observing the May 1 National Decision Day, Washington & Jefferson College is extending the deposit refund deadline.
Due to these delays, colleges and universities will not receive family data until mid-March. This data is required to provide students with their financial award letters.
-These delays are creating additional stress for fall 2024 college-bound students, particularly in light of the traditional May 1 National College Decision Day deadline,- stated Dr. Tracey Sheetz, Vice President of Enrollment. -W&J is here to support families and wants to ease the burden and provide them with the…

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Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois Tech Launches 'You, Elevated' Campaign, Spotlighting Student Success
February 8, 2024

CHICAGO-February 6, 2024-Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech) launched its You, Elevated campaign, showcasing its position as Chicago's leading tech-focused university and highlighting students who have found success through their experiences at Illinois Tech. The local awareness campaign to support student recruitment efforts-featuring real students-consists of ads that will be displayed prominently on the CTA, around campus, online, and on two billboards along the Stevenson and Kennedy expressways and will run through June.

"The Elevate program is a testament to Illinois Tech's commitment to experiential learning, preparing our students to excel in the fast-evolving competitive global market," said Mallik Sundharam, vice president for enrollment management and student affairs. "By immersing students in relevant challenges and opportunities, we prepare them to be innovators and leaders in their fields, fully equipped with the skills and experiences to make a significant…

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Graceland University - Lamoni
Yong Wang Contributes Entries to Encyclopedia
February 8, 2024

Dr. Yong Wang, Assistant Professor of Sport Management, contributed two entries: (1) Identity threat and coping and (2) conspicuous consumption, along with second author, Dr. Luke L Mao (University of New Mexico), to Encyclopedia of Sport management, 2nd edition(Edited by Dr. Paul M Pedersen, University of Indiana-Bloomington). Encyclopedia of Sport Management is an authoritative reference work for students, instructors and professors in sport management.

In the identity threat and coping entry. Dr. Wang summarized identity threat research in the sport management field by reviewing the context (team's poor performance, unethical and unlawful behavior, the departure of team's important personnel, possible team relocation, and perceived mismatched celebrity in the sport advertisement) and the consequences of sport identity threat (coping strategies and impact of loyalty).

In the conspicuous consumption. Dr. Wang detailed conspicuous consumption in various sports-related contexts,…

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Kansas Wesleyan University
Debate Team Does Well at Nebraska Tournament
February 8, 2024

The KWU Debate and Forensics team posted strong results at the Clash of the Climates Parliamentary and Debate Tournament in late January at Concordia University in Seward, Neb.

In extemporaneous speaking, Savannah Bonilla (Salina, Kan.) placed first and Tia Marion (Salina) placed second. Bonilla took fourth in impromptu speaking and the pair combined to win the parliamentary debate competition.

In individual sweeps awards, overall, Bonilla took first place and Marion second.

Twelve private and public universities competed.

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Gannon University
Gannon Students Depart for Life-Changing Super Bowl Experience
February 8, 2024

Thirty-two students and two faculty members from Gannon University are on their way to Las Vegas, Nevada to work at the NFL Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, Feb. 11. This is the fifth time Gannon students have participated in the NFL's Super Bowl, the largest sporting event in the U.S.
Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., professor in Gannon's Dahlkemper School of Business, and Jinhee Yoo, Ph.D., associate professor of Sport Business, coordinated the event to help students gain real-world experience in hospitality, marketing and media through a paid work experience. The students have also carved out time to explore the city of Las Vegas.

See Erie News Now's coverage of the story, including interviews with Brownlee and Gannon finance major Nina DiPlacido:

Students in Gannon's sport business program have worked in the past with the local Erie SeaWolves, Bayhawks and Otters sports teams. Brownlee has also taken students to four MLB All-Star Games and one ESPN Summer X Games. In 2022, students worked…

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Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
MIAD Product Design senior wins a top international award
February 8, 2024

What do you do when you're a Product Design major at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) and want to redesign an existing houseware product to meet the needs of the future? If you're Carl Sabroff '24, you design the Wobble planter and go on to win one of the top prizes at the International Housewares Association's (IHA) 31st annual Student Design Competition.

This year, IHA received a record-breaking 358 entries from 31 schools around the world and selected winning products based on their innova-tion, understanding of production and marketing principles and quality of entry materials. Sabroff was awarded third place and a cash prize.

"The research phase of any project is definitely one of my favorite parts of the design process because of the human interaction," says Sabroff. "Firsthand experience is invaluable in any project because you learn little things that nobody else knows [and] you can gain knowledge that you had no idea you needed for a project."


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Clark University
From Clark to cutting-edge careers
February 8, 2024

Years before artificial intelligence applications like ChatGPT went mainstream, Guy Pistone '12, MBA '15, began exploring how to leverage AI and machine learning while studying information systems as an MBA student.

Guy Pistone
Guy Pistone '12, MBA '15
Pistone, a former semi-pro basketball player, tested ways to infuse AI into his favorite game. He launched two mobile applications, Elete and Fitivity, which grew into successful businesses and were sold to create Valere Labs, an award-winning innovation and software development company.

Pistone, CEO of Valere Labs, and Ryan Canuel, co-founder and CEO of the game development company Petricore and a 2015 graduate of Becker College, are joining Becker School of Design & Technology Dean Paul Cotnoir on Feb. 7 for a panel discussion exploring the past, present, and future of game design.

"Clark and the BSDT are committed to providing an education that is truly purpose-driven," Cotnoir says. "These two graduates are excellent…

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Nichols College
Nichols College rises in U.S. News Best Online Programs rankings
February 8, 2024

DUDLEY, Mass. - Nichols College has earned recognition in the 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs rankings in several categories. In the competitive Best Online Master's in Business Programs category, which excludes the MBA, the college rose 10 spots to No. 140 out of a pool of nearly 250 ranked institutions. Nichols currently offers master's programs in organizational leadership (MSOL), accounting (MSA), and counterterrorism (MSC), as well as an MBA program and an EMBA (executive MBA) program.

The College ranked No. 124 in the Best Online Bachelor's in Business Programs category, and No. 153 among the broader category of Best Online Bachelor's Programs, which includes online degree programs across all academic disciplines. The College's Undergraduate Online (UGO) program awards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree and is targeted toward non-traditional students, working adults, and those who seek to complete degrees started at other…

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Kalamazoo College
'Let's Learn!': Moffit Scholarship Fund Honors Professor, Supports Students
February 8, 2024

Over the past 35 years, the business and economics department at K has grown from one part-time business professor to a popular business major with several full-time faculty.

One constant over that time has been Professor Timothy Moffit '80. Moffit took on that part-time business professor role in 1989 as a one-year sabbatical replacement, and other than a couple short breaks in the first few years, he has been teaching students at K ever since.

As Moffit approaches retirement this spring, a group of alumni-both classmates and students of Moffit's-have established a scholarship in his honor. Given to students for the first time in the 2023-24 academic year, the Dr. Timothy Moffit '80 Endowed Scholarship in Business has already raised $175,000 from a small group of donors. The goal is to increase that total to at least $300,000, which will provide $15,000 to scholarship recipients majoring in economics and business every year, forever.

The honor speaks to Moffit's commitment…

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Rollins College
Learning by Doing
February 8, 2024

Each year between the fall and spring semesters, enterprising students return to campus a little early to participate in Intersession, a weeklong course dedicated to an interesting subject not typically offered during the regular semester.

From animal conservation to the fandoms of Taylor Swift and Harry Styles, students have the opportunity during Intersession to deep dive into one topic that often takes them outside the classroom and out into the surrounding community to put what they're learning to the test. Besides being a fun, engaging way to earn course credit outside of major requirements, this hands-on approach to learning is an invaluable part of our students' liberal arts education, one that will resonate as they emerge as responsible leaders and global citizens. Here's a closer look at a few of our favorite courses from this year's Intersession.

Alfond & Bonner Immigrant Rights Immersion

Raghabendra KC '13, assistant professor of business, director of…

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Caldwell University
Community Is Invited to 3rd Annual Social Justice Symposium at Caldwell University
February 8, 2024

Caldwell, N.J. - The Social Justice Institute at Caldwell University will host its third annual Social Justice Symposium, Friday, March 1, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on campus.

Raymond J. Lesniak, former New Jersey State Senator and founder and president of the Lesniak Institute for American Leadership, will deliver remarks during the luncheon session. His talk will be followed by a panel discussion with community leaders on "Your Voice Matters" moderated by University faculty members Stephanie Sitnick, Ph.D., interim dean of the School of Psychology and Counseling, and Helen Antoniou McGowan, J.D., associate professor in the School of Business and Computer Science.

The day will kick off with opening remarks at 9:15 a.m. from members of the University community including President Jeffrey Senese, Ph.D.

Attendees are invited to panel discussions on a number of topics including "Gerrymandering and the U.S. Democracy," "Know Your Sources," "International Voices for Justice and…

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Graceland University - Lamoni
School of Business Renews AMA Membership
February 8, 2024

C.H. Sandage School of Business faculty members, Dr. Ioseb Gabelaia and Dr. Jeffery McElroy, have renewed their membership with the American Marketing Association (AMA) until January 2026. This renewal not only underscores the commitment of Dr. Gabelaia and Dr. McElroy to staying at the forefront of marketing knowledge but also brings immense benefits to the academic community and, more importantly, to students.

The American Marketing Association is a renowned professional association for marketing practitioners and academics. By extending their membership, Dr. Gabelaia and Dr. McElroy are providing C.H. Sandage School of Business students with an invaluable opportunity for enhanced learning, increased engagement, and hands-on experience within the expansive AMA network.

The AMA offers a platform for professionals and educators to connect, share insights, and stay updated on the latest trends in the dynamic field of marketing. With this extended membership, students at C.H.…

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute
WPI Appoints Terry Lopaka Adams as New Director of Technology Commercialization
February 8, 2024

Terry Lopaka Adams, an accomplished leader in intellectual property protection, management, and marketing in both the commercial and academic sectors, has been named director of Worcester Polytechnic Institute's (WPI) Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC).

Adams will work with WPI faculty researchers, staff members, and students to identify, protect, and commercialize intellectual property while also encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship at the university, which had research expenditures of more than $60 million in 2023. Adams also will manage a growing portfolio of more than 60 active intellectual property licenses plus relationships with nearly two dozen start-up companies that have spun out of WPI. He begins his duties today.

"I am excited to join WPI as the new director of technology commercialization and to be part of an institution known for its innovation and commitment to advancing technology," Adams said. "I look forward to leveraging my knowledge and…

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Alfred University
Students from Alfred University, Alfred State will pitch business proposals at fourth annual AHA! Competition
February 8, 2024

In the fourth annual AHA! Allegany County Startup Collegiate Competition, scheduled for Saturday, April 6, teams of students from Alfred University and Alfred State College will present their ideas for creating a new business. Winning teams will be awarded cash prizes, which can be uses to put their business plans into action.

The competition will be held from 1-4 p.m. April 6 and be hosted by Alfred University, which also served as host for the inaugural 2021 competition as well as the 2022 event. Alfred State hosted in 2023.

According to organizers, the mission of the competition is to:

Bring together students from the two colleges to work together to move the local economy forward.
Cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit in our student population.
Retain the talent of our young professionals in Allegany County.
Help the growth of small businesses.
Provide real-world experiential learning opportunities for students.

Teams of students present their business…

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Savannah College of Art and Design
Miloni Shah: From SCAD Bee to ace of animation
February 8, 2024

Miloni Shah's (M.A., animation, 2021) first foray into the realm of animation started during her undergraduate days in a design school, where the enchantment of making characters come alive gave rise to a new passion: character animation. The pursuit of mastering this art led her to SCAD, where Shah's creativity and skill reached new heights under the mentorship of acclaimed professor William Tessier.

"I had my eyes set on SCAD," Shah said. "And it was like stepping into an animation wonderland. I found a mentor, and they didn't just teach me; they helped me sculpt my journey into this fantastical world of animation."

In her words, animation is not just about frames and characters; it's a profound journey of self-discovery. Shah emphasizes the importance of enjoying life, embracing the process, and always having a mentor on speed dial - the secret sauce to creating animated magic while dodging burnout dragons.

"Hard work is great, but it's like a wild stallion - you must know…

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Mercyhurst University
Mercyhurst Alumnus Kirk Campbell Named Offensive Coordinator in Meteoric Rise at Michigan
February 8, 2024

It was a battle cry that defined the University of Michigan Wolverines as they ousted one team after another on their path to glory as the 2023 National College Football Champions: BET, or Beat Every Team, never lost its punch, or its momentum.

And there in the mix of that 15-0 mega-season was a Mercyhurst man: Kirk Campbell '08.

Campbell started at Michigan in 2022 as an offensive analyst before being promoted to quarterbacks coach in 2023. His work with J.J. McCarthy proved incredibly vital, with the starting quarterback going on to win Big Ten Quarterback of the Year honors and leading the Wolverines to their first national championship since 1997.

On Friday, Feb. 2, Campbell's meteoric rise at Michigan took another surge as new Head Coach Sherrone Moore named him offensive coordinator. "I've been preparing for this since 3rd grade," Campbell said from his home in Ann Arbor. "I have always wanted to coach at the highest level possible. And that's the University of Michigan.…

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Lancaster Bible College
LBC Graduate Excels as Counselor & Advocate for Students & Families
February 8, 2024

"Looking out my bedroom window my whole life, I saw the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and all of those amazing skylines," said Grace (Cruz '20) Callirgos. "I never thought that one day, my office would overlook a farm, but it's gorgeous and I love it."

After growing up in Manhattan, today Grace serves as a guidance counselor at Solanco High School in rural Lancaster County. She graduated in 2020 with both a bachelor's degree and master's degree after completing LBC | Capital's 4+1 Professional School Counseling program and found herself looking at graduation amidst a global pandemic.

Grace (Cruz '20) Callirgos, foreground, and her LBC alumnus principal Dr. Scott Long ('06).

"When the pandemic hit, we were all scrambling to figure out how we were going to graduate and still meet the hour requirements [for internships]," Grace said. The search for jobs began, and she applied to three opportunities.

One was suggested by LBC | Capital's Professional School…

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University of St. Thomas
VIDEO: Engineering Students Design Laser Measurement Tool for Track and Field
February 8, 2024

After decades of relying on their trusty tape measure - it was time for an upgrade.

The University of St. Thomas track and field team recently went on a search for a new system to measure horizontal jumps. They found their solution in the minds of four senior engineering students.

The age-old system for measuring horizontal jumps - two people running out into a sand pit with a tape measure - was slow and inefficient. To speed things up, the team had an eye on something with a little more technological star power: lasers.

But an online search proved disappointing. Commercially available solutions are quite expensive and would not fully meet the team's space and mobility requirements.

Assistant track and field coach Preston Huddleston presented the dilemma to students in the School of Engineering's Senior Design Clinic. A former student-athlete on the track and field team, Huddleston '18 graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering and participated in the clinic…

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Waynesburg University
Muse & Stone literary magazine recognized for excellence
February 8, 2024

Waynesburg University's student literary magazine, the "Muse & Stone" was recognized as superior by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) as part of the Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Program.

Schools in 46 states and five countries nominated 375 student magazines. Literary magazines from middle schools, high schools, and higher education were welcomed for the 2023 contest. The REALM program aims to encourage all schools to develop literary magazines that celebrate writing by publicly recognizing schools that stand out for their efforts.

The "Muse & Stone" is an annually published student-led literary magazine that strives to promote the University's mission through creative expression. The magazine features short stories, works of creative nonfiction, poetry, art and photographs.

To learn more information about the REALM Program, click here

Consistently ranked a best value school, Waynesburg University's Strategy for the 21st…

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