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Southeastern Oklahoma Boosts Its Online MBA Program

The business school at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is adding five new focus areas to its online MBA program for a total of 11 areas of specialization.

UCLA Deploys Homebrewed Urban Simulator for Campus Planning

UCLA representatives use 3D technology to solve architectural challenges on what is already a very crowded university campus.

Campus Management Intros Retention Service with AI Intervention

A new cloud-based service from Campus Management guides students from enrollment through graduation, employing an "artificial intelligence persona" to communicate with those in need of intervention.

Federal Research Funding Grows $3.7 Billion

Federal funding for basic and applied research grew 6 percent in the most recent year’s data, with projections for more modest growth through 2016.



Pearson and Mathspace Partner To Improve Mathematical Reasoning Skills

Pearson’s partnership brings a new feature to MyMathLab and MyStatLab that offers students feedback and support while solving math problems.

Des Moines U To Cut Costs With Lighting Upgrades

Des Moines University will replace the lighting in campus buildings with LED lights in an effort to improve efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and improve light quality.

Syracuse Taps Private Partner for Blended Juris Doctor Degree

Syracuse University's College of Law has teamed with a private partner to develop a hybrid juris doctor degree program.

Cornell Holds Digital Humanities Camp

Cornell University hosted a collaborative, informal "unconference" on the digital humanities — the use of technology in humanities teaching and research — at the university's Olin Library on April 9-10.

Portland State U, Lincoln High Partner on CyberPatriot Summer Camp

Educators and students from Portland State University Department of Computer Science and the Lincoln High School Coding Club in Portland, OR have teamed up with industry professionals to organize the Portland CyberPatriot Camp, which will take place at Lincoln High from July 18 to 22.

Udacity Connect Offers Face-to-Face Sessions

Nanodegree students can now visit physical learning centers for in-person instruction.

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