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  • New presidents or provosts: Belmont Grace Livingstone Saint Mary SXU September 28, 2022
    Anthony J. Davis, senior vice president of institutional advancement and chief operating officer at Livingstone College, in North Carolina, has been named president there. David Gregory, interim provost and dean of the College of Pharmacy at Belmont University, in Tennessee, has been selected as executive vice president for academic affairs and provost there. Saib Othman, […]
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  • Report: Financial aid system adds to racial wealth gap September 28, 2022
    Image: Federal student aid awards are technically awarded without regard to race, but researchers detail in a new National Bureau of Economic Research working paper how the financial aid system actually reflects and adds to disparities in wealth among demographic groups. They note that the formula for federal student aid doesn’t consider a family’s retirement savings […]
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  • Bus operator shortages are impacting college students September 28, 2022
    Image: Since the start of the semester, Utah State University senior Elle Brown-Horton has perfected the art of packing into a crowded USU shuttle bus, which she takes from a parking lot near the football stadium to central campus every morning. “You have to hold your backpack a certain way so we can fit everyone on […]
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  • Florida colleges close campuses as Hurricane Ian nears September 28, 2022
    Image: As Hurricane Ian approached Florida’s west coast Tuesday, prompting thousands of residents to evacuate, a wave of colleges and universities canceled classes, shut down campuses and evacuated residence halls. The announcements came throughout Monday and Tuesday as the storm’s path and severity became clearer after it made landfall in Cuba, sending students and staff scrambling […]
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