As the legislative session began in Maryland, Montgomery County officials were surprised to discover that the school construction funds that they were expecting from the state fell far short of expectations, about $35 million short to be exact.
Articles By: Don Irvine
In the 2000 election cycle USC professors and staff members donated slightly more money to George Bush’s presidential campaign than to Al Gore. What a difference eight years make.
A new update to a the Women in Intercollegiate Sport: A Longitudinal Study shows that overall women continue to make great strides on the college level, but fall short of what women hoped to achieve under Title IX.
While the vision of a “carbon neutral” setting in academia helps place the schools on the cutting edge of the green movement and even though another 378 schools have signed on to the pledge many of the signatories are finding tougher to walk the walk than talk the talk on this issue.
The Smithsonian Institution has put on hold a $5 million donation from the American Petroleum Institute over objections from two of the museum complex’s Board of Regents including U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) about accepting money from the oil industry for a project on the world’s oceans.
The upcoming Gay Pride Week at the University of Utah will be without the posters organizers commissioned to advertise events during the weeklong celebration due to a disagreement surrounding the nature of the photographs being used.
Is there any other kind?
The University of Utah’s College of Health and Family and Consumer Sciences in the Social and Behavioral Sciences College is offering a new course in the spring titled Human Sexuality to educate students about the emotional, physical and social components of sexuality.
Larry Atkins, who teaches journalism at Temple and Arcadia Universities, warns news outlets to be careful when it comes to using citizen journalists to report on the news.
Sir Winston Churchill may have been voted the best Briton ever, but if a national curriculum proposal is approved the former Prime Minister will be relegated to the dust bin of history as he will be removed from a list of figures that secondary school children must learn about in Great Britain.