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The hedge fund billionaire’s donation brings his total giving to Carnegie Mellon in the last decade to more than $125 million.
A fill-in-the-blank and a short “data set” of information about John F. Kennedy to introduce him to students who may not know about the president who was assassinated 50 years ago this week.
In the 50 years since his assassination, the image of John F. Kennedy has shifted from tragic hero to flawed leader.
The university’s leaders are contemplating a stronger step to halt an outbreak that has hospitalized seven people: distributing a vaccine not approved for use in the United States.
John B. King Jr. has become a sounding board for crowds of parents, educators and others who equate his name with all they consider to be broken in schooling today.
A report said the number of foreign students at American universities and colleges in the 2012-13 academic year rose to nearly 820,000 from the previous year.
The program brings together government agencies, museum professionals, artists, students, parents and teachers to give disadvantaged children access to art.
The country’s institutions of higher education are adopting programs to increase access for disadvantaged indigenous peoples.