Online MBA: 5 Biggest Surprises

Happy to see you again! It's been a long time. 10 or 20 years for many online MBAs. Let's just say that education has changed some. As undergraduates, many still sat in lecture halls. They took notes and raised their hands like the…

“Some glioma phenotypes have a lower survival rate than others”

An international research team has found that when diffuse glioma recurs there are apparent changes in the tumor cells and that tumors with a specific phenotype have a poor prognosis. An…				</div>
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UConn Hosts Inaugural Frontiers in Playful Learning Conference

After a year of careful planning, the Two Summers Educational Technology program at the Neag School of Education and the Digital Media Design (DMD) program at the UConn School of Fine Art have co-hosted the inaugural Frontiers…

SEARCH project intern graduate

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) — Wednesday is graduation day for several students in a program focused on employment opportunities for young adults with disabilities. 11 interns walked across the stage at Eau Claire and talked about their…

The value of flight school

For Daniel McCloskey '22, being part of Lundquist College's inaugural flight school cohort shaped his business school experience in ways he couldn't have foreseen. Flight School, an exclusive offering from Lundquist College of Business, is…

forest for trees

When Peter MacKeith arrived in Arkansas in 2014 as Dean of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas, he began reading extensively about the state and its history.MacKeith remembers the first book he…