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HWS Ranks 8th in the Nation for Service

Hobart and William Smith Colleges are ranked eighth in the nation among liberal arts institutions in the category of community service in Washington Monthly‘s annual ranking. Since 2005, the policy magazine has rated U.S. colleges and universities based on how much good they do for the country, evaluating each college’s contributions to society, taking into […]

Originally posted: October 29, 2014 »

Monmouth receives IIE grant to support its Syrian students

Monmouth College has received an IIE-Syria Consortium Top-Up Grant to support several new Syrian students.

Originally posted: October 29, 2014 »

Hult Prize Social Entrepreneurship Competition Comes to CMC

October 23, 2014 If children are our future, then it’s high time we invest more in them. That is the guiding principle behind the annual Hult Prize Competition that has come to CMC for the first time this year. More than 100 million children worldwide under the age of six and living in poverty do […]

Originally posted: October 29, 2014 »

C. B. Luce Program supports women in science

Mount Holyoke College President Lynn Pasquerella was a featured speaker at the Clare Boothe Luce Program’s 25th-anniversary celebration on October 20. The program is the single most significant source of private support for women in science, mathematics, and engineering. “Your grants to support undergraduate scholarship and research have not only enriched the lives of many […]

Originally posted: October 28, 2014 »

Ohio Wesleyan President Receives ‘Outstanding Performance’ Award

Rock Jones, Ph.D. DELAWARE, Ohio – Ohio Wesleyan University President Rock Jones, Ph.D., has earned the 2014 “Outstanding Performance as a College or University President Award” from Region IV-East of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). According to the eight-state/province organization: “This award is a special recognition presented to a college or university […]

Originally posted: October 28, 2014 »

‘Innovation Trek’ Introduces Students to Entrepreneurship, Silicon Valley

October 20, 2014 By Isa Goldberg ’17 Participants in the Innovation Trek program paused for a picture during an event in Northern California. During the October mid-semester break, the Amherst College Career Center premiered its new Innovation Trek program. The initiative brought a group of 12 students—from different majors and class years—to Silicon Valley for […]

Originally posted: October 28, 2014 »

Lawrence University Receives $11M in Donations for Scholarship Endowment

The endowment will be used exclusively to support need-based financial aid for generations of students in perpetuity.

Originally posted: October 27, 2014 »

Juniata Art Professor, Students Create Stottlemyer Collection Catalog

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Originally posted: October 27, 2014 »

Scripps College President Lori Bettison-Varga Honored With Alumni Award

Emailmediarelations@scrippscollege.edu Phone (909) 607-8054 Mail Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing 1030 Columbia Ave. #2004 Claremont, CA 91711

Originally posted: October 27, 2014 »

Jarmy Earns MIAA Offensive Player of the Week Honor

FREELAND, Mich. – The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association has named Saint Mary’s midfielder Jenn Jarmy its Offensive Player of the Week in women’s soccer for games played through October 18. Jarmy, a sophomore from Clarendon Hills, Ill. (Hinsdale Central HS), scored two key goals as the Belles posted a pair of MIAA victories to stay […]

Originally posted: October 26, 2014 »