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The new osteopathic school of medicine at the Arkansas State University Jonesboro campus can accommodate up to 115 medical students per year.


The new osteopathic school of medicine at the Arkansas State University Jonesboro campus can accommodate up to 115 medical students per year.

New Medical School Addresses Arkansas Physician Shortage

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New Medical School Addresses Arkansas Physician Shortage

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The new osteopathic school of medicine at the Arkansas State University Jonesboro campus can accommodate up to 115 medical students per year.



Texas Campuses Win Sustainability Makeover Contest

Sustainability Makeover Contest

The University of Texas at Austin and Huston-Tillotson University are the winners of the inaugural College Sports Sustainability Makeover Contest.



Question Of The Week: How To Implement A Successful Campus Recycling Program

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One of the biggest challenges facing colleges and universities is how to get students engaged in the campus recycling program.


Technology, Aging Facilities Impacting Education Facility Budgets

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SchoolDude’s inaugural Facilities Budget, Staffing and Operations Study surveyed more than 400 K-12 and higher education facilities, maintenance, and operations professionals.


Education Case Study: Wellness In Action

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At The George Washington University, LEED Platinum facility design fosters its mission of public health education.


New GSU College of Law Building Encourages Interaction

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With a core mission of nurturing community engagement, student learning, and the demands of a modern legal education, Georgia State University’s new College of Law building in downtown Atlanta promotes engagement and collaboration.


Green Gigawatt Partnership Boosts Renewables in Higher Education

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AASHE has launched the Green Gigawatt Partnership (GGP), which seeks to catalyze one gigawatt of green power development by 2020 by recognizing colleges and universities who purchase green power and help more campuses do the same.