Fri11242017

Last updateFri, 27 Oct 2017 2pm

Back You are here: Home Education

Education

Bradley trustees elect Calvin Butler as chairman

Log in to save this page.

Calvin Butler, a member of Bradley University’s Class of 1991, will be the new chairman of the board for the university.Butler Calvin HCAC 201204 08 2

Butler, who is CEO of...

Read more...

Methodist College receives $1.5 million federal grant

Log in to save this page.

methodist college logoMethodist College-Unity Point Health has received a $1.5 million federal grant that will make more scholarships available to students with financial needs, are ethnic or racial minorities or first generation students, the college announced Thursday.

The purpose of...

Read more...

Bradley receives $1 million gift for Convergence project

Log in to save this page.

 

Bradley U Logo 2016Bradley University announced Monday it has received a gift of $1 million from Robert and Carolyn Turner and the Turner Family Foundation to support its Engineering and Business Convergence Center...

Read more...

Top students more likely to drop out if financial aid reduced

Log in to save this page.

colege studentsHigh-performing students are more likely to drop out of school if they lose relatively small amounts of...

Read more...

Family meal an important part of schooling

Log in to save this page.

As families send their children back to school, some parents are forgetting the most important school supply: the family meal. 

Read more...

Use of soyfoods increasing in schools

Log in to save this page.

soyfoodsIn honor of National School Lunch Week, the Soyfoods Association of North America applauds schools that...

Read more...

Fall Semester: A Time for Parents to Discuss the Risks of College Drinking

Log in to save this page.

ThinkstockPhotos 144286587As college students arrive on campus this fall, it's a time of new experiences, new...

Read more...

Teens believe U.S. lacks kindness, which leads to bullying

Log in to save this page.

stompoutA large majority of teen-agers believe the United States lacks kindness, especially in the way we treat one another,...

Read more...

Competitive neighboring states poach Illinois college students

Log in to save this page.


By Vimbai Chikomo
for ILLINOIS NEWS NETWORK
 

colege studentsHoping to benefit from Illinois’ economic hardships, public universities in states...

Read more...