Task Force Proposes Changes to Undergraduate Study Requirements

By Bonnie Zhao 09/21/21 11:03 PM Two recommendations, including the introduction of themes in the distribution courses and the removal of the prerequisites from the distribution offerings, were proposed to change the requirements of the undergraduate program by the working group of the faculty of general education, according to Douglas …

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Robbie Bishop-Monroe, Stacy Chavez, Matthew E. Brach and Pratima Kshetry

Loyola Maryland University The Sellinger School of Business and Management added four faculty members starting in the fall semester, including Robbie Bishop-Monroe, assistant professor of accounting; Stacy chavez, assistant professor of accounting; Matthew E. Brach, lecturer in finance; and Pratima Kshetry, lecturer in information systems, law and operations. Bishop-Monroe was …

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Allegheny College Receives $ 1.4 Million Grant From National Science Foundation | New

Allegheny College received a grant of $ 1,400,294 from the National Science Foundation under the S-STEM program (scholarships in science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The grant will provide scholarships and programmatic support for academic and extracurricular mentoring to 24 academically gifted low-income students. “We are very grateful for the support …

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Mississippi IHL votes against vaccine mandates for universities – the Daily Mississippian

Mississippi institutions of higher learning voted to ban all universities in Mississippi from imposing the COVID-19 vaccine on September 17. “The board of directors has banned certain universities from implementing a COVID-19 vaccination mandate as a condition of employment or registration, except for clinical settings,” said Caron Blanton, spokesperson for …

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