Monthly Archives: July 2014

ETSU athletics unveils new look – Kingsport Times News


Kingsport Times News

ETSU athletics unveils new look
Kingsport Times News
JOHNSON CITY — The winds of change continued to blow for the East Tennessee State University athletic department. Less than a month after the school was readmitted to the Southern Conference, ETSU unveiled its new athletic logos as part of a new …

East Tennessee State University – Google News

Dukes to play next level at Davis & Elkins – Ocala

Dukes to play next level at Davis & Elkins
Ocala
Dukes, the Knights' 6-foot-8 center, hopes to make a similar splash on the college level, where he'll play at Division II Davis & Elkins College this winter in West Virginia. "Shondre is another kid who came a long way in his four years with us," Small

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Davis and Elkins College – Google News

UAPB reviving program for RNs – Arkansas Online (subscription)


Arkansas Online (subscription)

UAPB reviving program for RNs
Arkansas Online (subscription)
UAPB reviving program for RNs. By John Worthen. Since the state Board of Nursing shut down the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff's nursing program last year because of underachievement, the school has been working nonstop to try to restore it.
UAPB to Restart RN–to-BSN Nursing ProgramSalineriverchronicle.com (blog)

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University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff – Google News

University of Alaska Anchorage Police – Police News

University of Alaska Anchorage Police
Police News
Provide convenient services to UAA staff and students (safety escort on campus, vehicles unlocks and jumpstarts, safety checks of rooms and buildings, and welfare checks on people.); Maintain security for the university through regular/daily building

University of Alaska, Anchorage – Google News

Dean College eyes online degrees – Wicked Local Franklin

Dean College eyes online degrees
Wicked Local Franklin
"Dean College continues to expand what we are able to offer to our students," said John Marcus, vice president of enrollment services and marketing, in a statement. "An online degree program is a great opportunity for adult learners to pursue their

Dean College – Google News

University of Saskatchewan sells off Aboriginal art — for a loss! – rabble.ca (blog)


rabble.ca (blog)

University of Saskatchewan sells off Aboriginal art — for a loss!
rabble.ca (blog)
Broaden the membership on BOGs to include artists, cultural workers, and officials from First Nations and multicultural organizations, who understand the non-monetary value of art owned by universities. Ensure that Aboriginal art and artifacts are

University of the Arts – Google News

Reibel Signs with Eckerd College – Chicago Tribune

Reibel Signs with Eckerd College
Chicago Tribune
PALATINE, Ill. – Another former Harper men's basketball player has made it to the NCAA ranks. Bradley Reibel (/Prospect) recently signed his NCAA National Letter of Intent to continue his college basketball career at Div. II Eckerd College in St

Eckerd College – Google News

80 years, immortality and snake dancing – Portales News-Tribune


Portales News-Tribune

80 years, immortality and snake dancing
Portales News-Tribune
Eight things you might not know about Eastern New Mexico University, which celebrates its 80th birthday this year. • Actor-musician Ronny Cox — the ill-fated dueling banjo player in “Deliverance” — may be Eastern's most famous graduate. He finished

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Eastern New Mexico University – Google News

80 years, immortality and snake dancing – Portales News-Tribune


Portales News-Tribune

80 years, immortality and snake dancing
Portales News-Tribune
Eight things you might not know about Eastern New Mexico University, which celebrates its 80th birthday this year. • Actor-musician Ronny Cox — the ill-fated dueling banjo player in “Deliverance” — may be Eastern's most famous graduate. He finished

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Eastern New Mexico University – Google News

Briefly in the arts – Denton Record Chronicle


Denton Record Chronicle

Briefly in the arts
Denton Record Chronicle
Kenneth Nicholson won Best of Show and first place for works on canvas at the University of North Texas' “On My Own Time” exhibition in 2013. This year's exhibition, which highlights art created by UNT employees outside of work, opens this week in …

University of the Arts – Google News