Campus Inq Archive: May, 2013

A growing division on Penn State's board of trustees

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The filing of a lawsuit this week against the National Collegiate Athletic Association over its sanctions against Penn State's football program... Read more

Concern over "fiscal health" of PSU athletic department budget

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Pennsylvania State University will lose $13 million in bowl revenue over four years as a result of sanctions imposed by the National Collegiate... Read more

Penn Law launches new center to improve U.S. justice system

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The University of Pennsylvania’s law school will launch a new center focused on improving the country’s criminal justice system... Read more

Penn's Gutmann in Tokyo to talk to Wharton alums

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University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann will tout Penn’s work in the world of Massive Open Online Courses in a speech on Friday... Read more

New partnership between Penn Nursing and Agnes Irwin

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Faculty at Agnes Irwin, a private school for girls, and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing will co-teach a class on global health... Read more

La Salle president to step down next year

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La Salle President Michael J. McGinniss will step down next year after 15 years at the helm of the Philadelphia university, officials announced... Read more

The Lincoln University - that's right THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY

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The Lincoln University — that’s right THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY - has added “the” to its official name to distinguish... Read more

Tuition and fees up 7.5 percent at Montco college

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Montgomery County Community College is increasing tuition and fees for next year by $18 per credit hour or 7.5 percent, the college announced... Read more