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COLLEGE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA: Resume Workshop to be Held February 20

CF students are encouraged to stop by the Resume Workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 20, from noon-1 p.m.

ADITALEM GLOBAL EDUCATION INC.: Latin-American Dance Inspires Alma Symphony Orchestra

The Alma Symphony Orchestra will perform works inspired by Latin-American dance during a mid-winter program that also features vocal soloist Victoria Walker and virtuoso violinist Takeshi Abo.

CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: CCCC receives grant from Sunderland Foundation

A new agriculture facility is closer to reality after the Cloud County Community College Foundation received a $100,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY: Breaking alcohol’s death grip

He was just 15 when he first got drunk.

CAMERON UNIVERSITY: Cameron University online MBA program recognized by US News & World Report

Cameron University’s Master in Business Administration (MBA) program has been included in U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Online MBA Programs.

BROWN UNIVERSITY: Summit explores ways to best meet mental health needs of Rhode Island college students

Speaking at a Jan. 8 summit on postsecondary mental health convened by Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo, Brown University President Christina Paxson said that first-rate mental health support for undergraduates is crucial not just because it aids them during college, but because it positions them for successful lives and careers as well.

EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY: Kansas Teachers Achieve National Board Certification

Nineteen Kansas educators are among the 3,907 nationwide who achieved the highest professional credential they can earn — they attained first-time certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards in 2018.

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY: Interfaith Project Meeting to be Held January 1

Evening conversations about interfaith topics important to AU students from various backgrounds and faith traditions.

ADTALEM GLOBAL EDUCATION INC.: Adtalem Global Education Completes Divestitures of DeVry University and Carrington College

Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a leading global education provider, today announced the completion of the transfer of ownership of DeVry University (DVU) and its Keller Graduate School of Management to Cogswell Education LLC.

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, HUNTSVILLE: UAH joins nationwide effort to increase college access, equity, and postsecondary attainment

The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) announced earlier this month that it has joined with 130 other public universities and systems for a new initiative, "Powered by Publics: Scaling Student Success."

RICE UNIVERSITY: 5 staff members honored with RICE MILE Award

Rice staff members Jenny Brydon, Agnes Vajtai, Andy Meretoja, Jackie Blyden and Jeff Falk have been honored with the RICE MILE Award. Brydon, senior manager of international advising and programs in the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), was honored for her “significant impact on the international student population through creating coursework, leadership development programs and high-level intercampus exposure,” said a letter nominating her for the award. “Our students come to Rice expecting excellence,” the letter said.

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, HUNTSVILLE: UAH welcomes Tobias Buckell noted science fiction author, visiting Eminent Scholar

Internationally-acclaimed science fiction writer Tobias S. Buckell, will visit UAH as a Humanities Center Visiting Eminent Scholar for the spring 2019 semester.