ASU to Use Medication Vending Machines on Campus

ASU to Use Medication Vending Machines on Campus

Arizona State University becomes the second college in the country to use medication vending machine on campus. Thanks to the vending machine made by InstyMeds, students will now be able to fill their prescriptions quickly and easily in the Arizona State University’s Health Services Building. As long as students and ASU faculty have valid prescriptions from


University of Minnesota Files Lawsuit Against Major Wireless Providers

University of Minnesota Files Lawsuit Against Major Wireless Providers

A lawsuit from the University of Minnesota is headed towards the four major wireless providers in the United States. The university is stating that they have been improperly using technology that is under many university patents. A formal complaint filed with the United States Court in Minnesota, states that T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and Verizon are

University of California, Berkeley Responds to Student Petition to Oust Bill Maher

University of California, Berkeley Responds to Student Petition to Oust Bill Maher

The University of California, Berkeley has decided to stand behind the decision to have Bill Maher as December’s commencement speaker even after last week’s student led petition to remove him. A letter was released by the “Californians”, a committee formed by individuals at the university stating that they were rescinding the invitation to Maher. The




College Admissions Officers Express Concern Over FAFSA Information Sharing

College Admissions Officers Express Concern Over FAFSA Information Sharing

College admissions officers and a bevy of high school counselors have taken issue with the information that the FAFSA provides to colleges and wants it to stop. They are pressing the federal government to take action to prevent any students that apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid from being

Professor of Business Finance is the First to Use Google Glass Technology for Feedback

Professor of Business Finance is the First to Use Google Glass Technology for Feedback

Professor Michael Gofman of Wisconsin of Business Finance at the University Wisconsin-Madison, is the first university level professor to ever implement the use of Google Glass for feedback for his students. Gofman, like many professors, struggled with an effective way to give all of his students feedback. He developed the idea of using Google Glass in


Study: College Degrees Don’t Always Guarantee Higher Earnings

Study: College Degrees Don’t Always Guarantee Higher Earnings

A new study that was conducted by the Center for Analysis of Postsecondary Education and Employment shows that having a college degree does not always mean that you will make more money. The study shows that students who graduate from community college with associate’s degrees in liberal arts, humanities and general studies don’t see a

U.S. Not Up to Par in Global Research Collaboration

U.S. Not Up to Par in Global Research Collaboration

U.S. university based research offices are being hampered by their isolation de facto, higher-education observers say. According to the National Science Foundation, in an increasingly globalized research climate, nearly one in four research papers are written by multiple authors in different countries. Such is not the case with research institutions in the U.S., according to Karen A.


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