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Class Assignment Transforms Into Book on Unjust City Planning for Texas Grad Student
Southern Methodist University (SMU) graduate student Collin Yarbrough has used Dallas’ Central Expressway all his life. But it wasn’t until an assignment for his engineering class that he began to see the road in a new light.
July 16, 2021
Student Freedom Initiative Partners with Cisco and AVC Technologies
The Student Freedom Initiative (SFI) is partnering with Cisco and AVC Technologies, with Cisco committing $100 million in technologies. Both AVC and Cisco will provide ongoing technical support. AVC will work with HBCUs to find infrastructure gaps and address them, with Cisco providing the necessary solutions to be installed by AVC. Cisco will invest $50 […]
May 20, 2021
Colleges and Universities Must Revise Traditional Model, Ensure Technological Resources, Focus on Partnerships
The continuing economic, social and mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are only now starting to be fully understood, but the impacts on public colleges and universities are still quite unknown.
February 22, 2021
NEH Announces Grants for 29 Cultural Institutions
The National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) has awarded $13.2 million to 29 cultural institutions in its latest round. The grants are intended to support construction, equipment and software purchasing, sharing of humanities collections between institutions, documentation of lost or imperiled cultural heritage, maintenance of digital scholarly infrastructure and the preservation and conservation of humanities collections. […]
August 9, 2018
Extreme Weather Testing Infrastructures of Schools Across Nation
From raging forest fires on the West Coast to heavy snowfall on the East Coast and bone-chilling cold between, extreme and unpredicted weather patterns this school year have disrupted college classes and tested campus infrastructures.
January 28, 2018
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