Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU) in Ponce, Puerto Rico has received formal approval from the US Department of Education to launch a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.
A team led by Dr. James Porter, Ph.D at Ponce Health Sciences University has found that lowering the FKBP5 protein in the brain can reduce likelihood of developing PTSD.
A New York philanthropist launched a program designed to let students earn a full year's worth of college credit free of charge - adding to a growing array of free options for...
Florida State University is partnering with software company Revature to create pathways for students and recent graduates to successful employment in software development career fields via online programs and immersive coding boot camps.
My 11-year-old son Leo has a strange new obsession: the state of Connecticut. It started with a school project but has evolved to ordering Connecticut license plates online, a new favorite baseball team (the minor league Hartford Yard Goats - Go Goats!) and a new hobby...
Digital credentials and badges make it easier than ever to document learning while also providing tremendous value and opportunity to both learners and organizations alike - and that value can extend far beyond simply supporting the verification of learning.
Selective colleges should focus less on what applicants have achieved and more on what they've overcome to do so, Ryan Craig argues.
Denver-based Galvanize on Thursday announced a collaboration with online retailer Amazon to train engineers for work on Alexa, Amazon's virtual assistant. The companies will host a series of free workshops on college campuses across the region.
STEMconnector, a national consortium of companies, associations, government entities, and academic institutions focused on advancing STEM education, today announced a partnership with digital credential pioneer, Credly, that will bring digital badges to K-12 and collegiate students who complete challenges for the Day of Design.
A Reston company trains unemployed college grads in coding then places them at companies needing coders.