Students and others opposed to impending increases in federal student loan rates held rallies Thursday in Manhattan and Emporia, calling on Congress to keep rates low.
New Mexico State University regents have agreed to hire a former NMSU
professor as the university's new provost
without first launching a national search.
The Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says a UCF professor teaches bigotry against Muslims.
Google subsidiary Motorola announced a multi-university research agreement that will streamline joint research projects by funneling
company dollars to top researchers across the nation.
The National Hispanic University and Canada College are partnering up to offer a four-year degree aimed at early childhood professionals who want to strengthen their knowledge and skills while working in the field.
Dreams of an affordable higher education are about to come true
for some young illegal immigrants who live in Pima County.
California will have to make better progress in upping the number of
adults who hold college degrees to meet future
workforce needs, according to a new report.
Data shows the
percentage increase of Hispanics in Florida who go on to college after high school significantly outpaces the increase in the Hispanic
Flamenco dancers and fans will gather in New Mexico for the 26th
Annual Festival Flamenco Internacional de Alburquerque, one of the most important flamenco events outside Spain.
Florida's Hispanic students earn diplomas at the greatest clip in the
nation, according to a national study released Thursday.
President Obama is expected to unveil a plan to connect U.S. classroom to high-speed Internet while he's in North Carolina on
New Mexico State University-Alamogordo received a 10-year
accreditation from a regional higher learning commission on Friday.
University of New Mexico scientists have created a way to immensely accelerate
the processing power of flow-through cytometers, which are used
to screen tissue samples for clinical research.
A federal judge has ordered the Tucson Unified School District to
begin offering courses on Hispanic and black history and culture.
The minority population boom is echoing through the region's classrooms.