04 Feb

Nearly everyone in Congress has a college degree. Most Americans don’t.

Nearly everyone in Congress has a college degree. Most Americans don’t.
Pew Research compiled five interesting bits of data about the new Congress in an article published Thursday. Congress has more women and more people of color than in the past (though it’s still heavily composed of white men). There are fewer veterans …
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Washington Post


Fort Hays State, Cowley County college team up to offer K bachelor’s degrees
Topeka — Fort Hays State University and Cowley County Community College announced Friday that they are teaming up to offer two kinds of bachelor’s degrees that students can earn in four years or less at a total cost of less than $ 15,000. But Kansas Board …
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LJWORLD


Gaming degree pushes students further into tech world
Instructors are expanding the doorway for students interested in the world of technology as they create a new Flathead Valley Community College degree around programming and game design. Program Director Jim Goudy said the programing and game development …
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Daily Inter Lake


for ,000 college degree initiative
TOPEKA – If Fort Hays State University Interim President Andy Tompkins had been at the Friday press conference in Topeka where Gov. Sam Brownback hailed the winner of the $ 15,000 college degree challenge, Tompkins would have described a bigger pool of …
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Hutchinson News


Cowley College accepts ,000 degree program challenge
TOPEKA, Kan. — A community college has accepted Gov. Sam Brownback’s challenge to develop a degree that costs only $ 15,000. Brownback and Cowley County Community College officials announced Friday that the Arkansas City school will try to develop a …
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WRAL


Aviation degrees move to University College, new education facility coming to airport
The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its Feb. 3 meeting to move aviation programs currently in the Harbert College of Business to the University College, allowing students more flexibility in completing aviation-related coursework. Constance …
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