America’s Most Expensive School a Bargain

Graduates of Harvey Mudd, a private liberal arts college outside Los Angeles, California, are known to land high paying jobs as soon as they graduate. A CNN story explains why this unique school is “like a four-year STEM summer camp.” Read the Story.

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Chatham President Sits Down With the Chronicle of Higher Education

Esther L. Barazzone, president of Chatham University, discusses her successful tenure at Chatham and trends in higher education. In an interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, President Barazzone discusses the changing landscape for small liberal arts institutions and how leaders should make sure that the changes they make reflect the deep values of their institutions. Watch the Video

SUNY Geneseo Wins NSF Grant

State University College at Geneseo has been awarded a $1.2 million federal grant — the largest single grant in the school’s history — to help prepare physics and other STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) majors for high school teaching. Read the Story

Rivier University Wins HRSA Grant

Rivier University was awarded a $930,000 nursing grant to enhance the workforce in Nashua, New Hampshire. Read the Story

Walsh Wins S-STEM Grant

Walsh University will redesign its chemistry education program with a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Read the Story