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  • Colleges start new programs December 5, 2022
    Aims Community College is starting a bachelor of applied science in public safety. It is the first bachelor’s degree at the college. Immaculata University now offers an online M.B.A. Virginia Tech is starting a professional development certificate for product safety experts. Editorial Tags: TeachingIs this diversity newsletter?: Newsletter Order: 0Disable left side advertisement?: Is this Career Advice newsletter?: Magazine treatment: Trending: Display Promo […]
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  • U.S. institutions offer scholarships to Ukrainian refugees December 5, 2022
    Image: Andriyana Baran spent the 2020–21 academic year as a Fulbright scholar in the United States, serving as a teaching assistant and helping to develop online learning curricula for the University of Kansas at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then she returned to her home country of Ukraine to work as a language instructor for […]
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  • Plan offers some guidance for income-share providers December 5, 2022
    Image: Nearly a year after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau took action against a nonprofit provider of income-share agreements, the industry now has a better sense of how to comply with federal disclosure regulations, ISA providers and advocates say. The guidance comes in the form of a compliance plan finalized recently between the bureau and Better […]
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  • Cal State objects to proposed four-year programs at two-year colleges December 5, 2022
    Image: Three California community colleges are fighting to start new baccalaureate programs, which their leaders insist would fill critical local workforce needs and help students who couldn’t otherwise afford to pursue a four-year degree. But their plans have faced repeated roadblocks from the California State University system. Cal State faculty members argue these programs, and future […]
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