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Colorado Community Colleges Awarded $1 Million Scholarship Fund

The Foundation for Colorado Community Colleges has been awarded $1 million to create a scholarship program to help develop a more diverse healthcare workforce.

Dartmouth Drops Online Cheating Charges Against Med Students

The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College has dropped all charges against a group of 17 students accused of cheating on their remote tests. 

‘College for All Act’ Would Make Tuition Free for Low-Income Students

Congressman Joe Morelle unveiled the “College for All Act,” a sweeping initiative to make public education more affordable throughout the country. 

Faculty Organization Sanctions National University for Mass Firing

The American Association of University Professors has sanctioned the National University after investigating the mass firing of full-time professors and associate vice presidents.

Wells Fargo Teams Up With Schools to Bridge Racial Wealth Divide

Seven colleges and universities across the country are collaborating with Wells Fargo to help students fight hunger, student loan debt, and other financial hardships.

Morgan Freeman and Mississippi Prof Donate $1M to Policing Program

Actor Morgan Freeman and criminal justice professor Linda Keena donated $1 million to the University of Mississippi for the creation of a policing center.

Penn State Engineers Develop Batteries to Power Flying Cars

A team of researchers at Pennsylvania State University is designing and testing a battery prototype to power electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles.

Des Moines Area Community College Cyber Attack Causes Disruption

Des Moines Area Community College is warning teachers and staff against using computers at its six campuses following a security breach.