December 12, 2013
How UI Labs aims to link university, corporate and startup DNA (Chicago Tribune)
As Caralynn Nowinski helps flesh out plans for the University of Illinois’ Chicago-based UI Labs to team academia with industry, she taps all of her earlier experiences as a U of I student, entrepreneur and investor.
Enrollments Slipped This Fall, With For-Profit Sector Hit Hardest (Chronicle of Higher Education)
Enrollments at American colleges slid slightly this fall as institutions faced a shrinking pool of high-school graduates at the same time that a slowly expanding economy was luring older students back to work, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center reported on Thursday.
More Programs Would Fail Under New 'Gainful Employment' Proposal (Chronicle of Higher Education)
A full 13 percent of programs subject to the Education Department's latest "gainful employment" proposal would fail its two-part test, putting them at risk of losing access to federal student aid, according to an analysis released by the department late Wednesday.
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