Binghamton University reaches highest ever score for LGBTQ+ inclusion

Binghamton University, State University of New York scored a nearly perfect ranking on the latest national Campus Pride Index, which measures a university’s commitment to LGBTQ+ safety and inclusivity on campus. The University received a 4.5 out of 5, an increase from the 3.5 scores received in previous years.

Harriet Tubman Center for Freedom and Equity unveils inaugural marker on Downtown Binghamton Freedom Trail

The Harriet Tubman Center for Freedom and Equity at Binghamton University, State University of New York unveiled the first of 12 markers on the Downtown Binghamton Freedom Trail. The markers will identify key Binghamton locations on the iconic Underground Railroad and other notable abolitionist sites.

University provost calls out anti-woke/trans movement in Florida

Donald Hall, provost at Binghamton University, State University of New York, just published a powerful op-ed at the Miami Herald that calls out anti-woke/anti-trans policy and hysteria gaining ground in Florida, and calls for those students seeking a positive learning environment…

Chula Virtual Open House for 2023 International Graduate Programs

Join us at our Virtual Open House 2023 to learn more about our international graduate programs (Master’s and Doctoral Programs), the admissions process, and the benefits of studying at Chula.

Binghamton University announces $37.5 million in new endowed scholarships

Thanks to a generous anonymous family, 25 incoming Binghamton University undergraduate students will receive scholarships per class year until the program reaches a steady state of 100 scholarships awarded per year.

New Research, Funding Presentations in Upcoming Scientific Meeting Hosted by American University

(WASHINGTON D.C) Jan. 13, 2023 –The Journal of Molecular Evolution, in partnership with American University and the Institute for Genomics and Evolutionary Medicine at Temple University, will host a free conference for career scientists, researchers and students at AU in March. ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: his three-day conference will feature invited talks from the journal’s editorial board members, selected talks on submitted abstracts, a poster session, and presentations for new researchers on the funding landscape for molecular evolution in the United States from National Science Foundation program officer Paco Moore (evolutionary processes) and NASA Astrobiology program officer Lindsay Hays.

Dr. David Marcozzi, Chief Clinical Officer and Senior Vice President at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Appointed to the Additional Role of Associate Dean for UMMC Clinical Affairs at UM School of Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) Dean Mark T. Gladwin, MD, announced today that David E. Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL, MHS-CL, FACEP, Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) and Chief Clinical Officer/Senior Vice President at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), has been appointed to serve as the Associate Dean for UMMC Clinical Affairs at UMSOM, effective immediately. He will retain his UMMC position as Chief Clinical Officer and Senior Vice President while serving in this new capacity.

How the CSU is Prioritizing Students’ Needs

As a national leader in studying the prevalence of food and housing insecurity for college students, the California State University (CSU) understands the significant role basic needs play in student success. With 23 universities and nearly 460,000 students, the CSU engages in a number of systemwide efforts and community and university partnerships throughout California to maximize the support services available to its students.​

UT Southwestern ranked top health care institution globally for published research by Nature Index

For the third year in a row, UT Southwestern is ranked as the top health care institution globally by Nature Index for publishing high-quality research in all subjects and in the life sciences.

Study: Live Chat Boosts College Women’s Class Participation

Women much more enthusiastically embraced the live chat function during pandemic Zoom classes than men, according to a new UNLV study. Researchers hope the data could be a key to broadening underrepresented groups’ access to STEM disciplines as colleges incorporate technology into hybrid and even in-person courses.

Stony Brook School of Nursing Continuing Professional Development

There are more than 15 million US adults with a history of cancer who need high quality survivorship care. Medical provider uncertainty and cancer survivorship knowledge gaps continue to persist. Challenges exist in the transition of patients from oncology to primary care for continued life-sustaining cancer survivorship care. It is important for primary care providers to recognize common oncologic emergencies. In order to improve outcomes, proper transition and coordination of care are needed for all cancer survivors.

New UO program supports long-term success of Native American students residing in Oregon

The program, available immediately to currently enrolled eligible students, goes beyond breaking financial barriers for American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) residents. The UO has built this program in consultation with the UO Native American Advisory Council.

University of Redlands vision project aided by state funding

The University of Redlands is one step closer to making its University Village project a reality after receiving $8 million in funding from the State of California.

“University Village began as a vision and has evolved into an environmentally sustainable master plan that will bring significant fiscal and economic growth, new housing, and jobs to our area,” said University of Redlands President Krista L. Newkirk.


This third installment in the five-part series focuses on how CSU campuses are eliminating administrative barriers to graduation, efforts that are closely tied to the other priorities, especially reenrollment efforts and summer credit opportunities.

Binghamton University receives 2022 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award

For the second year in a row, Binghamton University received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.

FAU Receives ‘INSIGHT Into Diversity’ 2022 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award

As a recipient of the annual HEED Award — a national honor recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion — FAU will be featured, along with 102 other recipients, in the November issue of the magazine. This is the second year that FAU has been named as a HEED Award recipient.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Welcomes Class of 2026

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s (RPI) incoming Class of 2026 is the largest first-year group of undergraduate students in the history of the Institute, the country’s first technological research university founded in 1824. With first-year enrollment at 2,012, the 2026 class bucks the national trend of declining college enrollment and sets the university on a strong path to academic and career success with new RPI President, Martin A.

@UUtah economist talks about who does and doesn’t have student loan debt and about how people spend their money during the loan payment moratorium.

In the discussion around President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, one partisan point has come up repeatedly: that working class taxpayers shouldn’t pay off the debts of privileged college grads. But University of Utah economist Marshall Steinbaum says that’s not…

Diversity magazine honors Binghamton University’s Watson College Scholars Program

Binghamton University’s Watson College Scholars Program has received the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.

UAlbany Tapped to Lead $2.5 Million NSF Grant Aimed at Increasing STEM Participation Among Underrepresented Students

The five-year, National Science Foundation grant will support the SUNY Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program, a collaboration among 15 SUNY institutions that has played an instrumental role in diversifying the nation’s STEM workforce over the last 20-plus years.

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s new vice dean to focus on faculty impact via research, innovation, and diversity

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School names new vice dean to build on foundation of research and outreach, expand the graduate school’s positive impact on society through research and innovation, and champion diversity in all its forms.

FAU Foundation Raises $81.24 Million in Record-setting Year

The Florida Atlantic University Foundation raised more than $81.24 million from more than 5,332 donors at the end of the 2022 fiscal year – the largest amount raised in the University’s history. This total breaks the record of $57 million from the previous year and demonstrates a continued trajectory for growth.

ASA Annual Meeting, Aug. 5-9, Los Angeles; Press Registration Open

Sociologists to Explore Topics of Gun Violence, Policing, Housing Insecurity, Abortion Rights, and More at ASA Annual Meeting, Aug. 5-9, Los Angeles; Press Registration Open

University of Florida Professors Constance Shehan and Christine Wegner are available to comment on the impact of Title IX in higher education and sports on the act’s 50th anniversary.

Title IX: 50 years later “I was actually an undergrad in 1972 at Penn State,” said Constance Shehan, a professor emerita in the Sociology and Criminology & Law Department at the University of Florida. “At that time, the ratio of…