Members in the News: A For-Profit-College Company Embraces Its Technology-Focused Past and Its Evolving Future

Lisa W. Wardell, the new president and chief executive officer of the DeVry Education Group, talks about changes in the regulatory environment she expects under the Trump administration, what she, as an education outsider, is still learning about “the complexities around learning science,” and why DeVry University recently settled several legal issues with federal enforcement … Continue reading Members in the News: A For-Profit-College Company Embraces Its Technology-Focused Past and Its Evolving Future

Members in the News: Palm Beach State’s 4-year Management Degree Now Accredited

Palm Beach State College's bachelor of applied science degree in supervision and management, for which four concentrations are offered, has received accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. (Maria Lorenzino / Sun Sentinel) Palm Beach State College's bachelor of applied science degree in supervision and management is now accredited by the Accreditation … Continue reading Members in the News: Palm Beach State’s 4-year Management Degree Now Accredited

Members in the News: Making a Difference Globally — NJCU Takes Lead in International Dispute Resolution

Legislation initiated by the New Jersey City University School of Business for dispute resolution could put the state in the forefront of settling international business disputes, says Karen DeSoto, co director of the NJCU Institute of Dispute Resolution. A bill NJCU introduced to the state legislature and passed on Feb. 6 is the first step … Continue reading Members in the News: Making a Difference Globally — NJCU Takes Lead in International Dispute Resolution

Members in the News: Concord University Signs Agreement with Local Schools

ATHENS — Concord University’s Division of Business and Mercer County Schools signed an articulation agreement Wednesday that will enable the county’s high school students to earn college credit in business courses while still in high school. The purpose of this articulation agreement is to establish a collaboration between Concord University and Mercer County Schools. This … Continue reading Members in the News: Concord University Signs Agreement with Local Schools

Members in the News: SunTrust Foundation to Support Financial Literacy Program at Lee University

Lee University recently received a $20,000 grant from SunTrust Foundation to support and expand Lee’s financial literacy program. The check was presented to Lee University on Wednesday, Feb. 1. Financial literacy education will become a key component of Lee University’s LEAP (Learn Engage Achieve Program) and its new Student Success Center. Both programs support students … Continue reading Members in the News: SunTrust Foundation to Support Financial Literacy Program at Lee University

Members in the News: One-Year Maastricht MBA Offers International Students Access To Business In Europe

The Netherlands’ Maastricht School of Management is uniquely located at the heart of Europe. 100% of its full-time MBA students are international Maastricht School of Management celebrates its 65th anniversary this year   Cristian Tala Sánchez has just relocated from his native Chile for a one-year full-time MBA at Maastricht School of Management (MSM) in … Continue reading Members in the News: One-Year Maastricht MBA Offers International Students Access To Business In Europe

Members in the News: Ohio State Representative Bill Dean Honors Central State University On Its 130th Anniversary

COLUMBUS - State Representative Bill Dean (R-Xenia) this week presented a resolution honoring Central State University on its 130th Anniversary. Central State University is located in Wilberforce, Ohio. Since its founding in 1887, the institution has been dedicated to providing its students with abundant opportunities to explore their interests, learn from dedicated professors, and improve … Continue reading Members in the News: Ohio State Representative Bill Dean Honors Central State University On Its 130th Anniversary

Members in the News: Liberty University’s Falwell Says He Will Lead Presidential Commission

Jerry Falwell Jr. announced Tuesday that he will lead a presidential task force on higher education, a Liberty University spokesman said, confirming news reports. Falwell, Liberty's president and an early Trump supporter, said at the inauguration that he would work with the president in an "official capacity," with a focus on limiting micromanagement of colleges … Continue reading Members in the News: Liberty University’s Falwell Says He Will Lead Presidential Commission

Members in the News: Argosy University Launches Master of Business Administration Program for Those with Specialized Business Interests

Argosy University is pleased to announce the launch of a Master of Business Administration program with concentrations in Human Resource Management, Organizational Leadership and Public Health. Argosy University (www.argosy.edu), with 28 campus locations in 13 states and online, is a private academic institution dedicated to providing undergraduate and graduate degree programs to students. With one of … Continue reading Members in the News: Argosy University Launches Master of Business Administration Program for Those with Specialized Business Interests

Members in the News: Central State University President Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond Among Nation’s Businesswomen to Watch

Central State University President Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond has joined the exclusive ranks of the nation’s top Businesswomen to Watch, selected by Bizwomen, a publication of the American City Business Journals. Bizwomen’s “Top 100 Women to Watch” honor recognizes some of the most respected female business executives in the United States for their impact on their … Continue reading Members in the News: Central State University President Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond Among Nation’s Businesswomen to Watch