By Tim Carpenter, Kansas Reflector TOPEKA, Kan. — An academic alliance years in the making among more than three dozen Kansas community colleges and independent colleges will help students earning an associate’s degree avoid costly and time-consuming problems of transferring credit hours to a four-year... Read More.
WICHITA, Kan. (KNS/KMUW) - Enrollment at most Kansas universities fell again this fall. The Kansas News Service reports that the latest enrollment numbers released Thursday show increases... Read More.
MCPHERSON, Kan. – McPherson College is a great place to work, according to a new survey by the Great Colleges to Work For® program. The results, appearing in a special edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education, recognize McPherson College for the eighth year... Read More.
By Paul Newberry Kyle Kallander has a unique perspective on the latest round of chaos in college athletics. As the final commissioner of the late, great Southwest Conference, he knows nothing is sacred. Certainly not these days, when everyone is chasing... Read More.
The University of Nebraska President says higher education is critical to help alleviate agriculture’s labor shortage. Ted Carter tells Brownfield paid internships could incentive students to find jobs in ag-related fields. “We want to be that conduit between the student and employee –... Read More.