- UMaine law school incoming dean takes over this week Updated: Jun-29-15 5:08 am
PORTLAND, Maine - The University of Maine School of Law is getting a new dean this week.
- Superintendent leaving Portland schools for Kentucky Updated: Jun-29-15 4:38 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland's superintendent is leaving the city's financially troubled school system for Kentucky after three years in the district.
- Cuomo demands better protections for transgender students Updated: Jun-28-15 9:26 pm
NEW YORK - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling on the state Education Department to do a better job of protecting transgender students from harassment and discrimination in the classroom.
- High schoolers' experiment lost again on launch failure Updated: Jun-28-15 8:07 pm
Three high school students were going to get the science lesson of a lifetime by flying their experiment in space.
- Cedar Falls voters will decide on $35M school bond issue Updated: Jun-28-15 4:37 pm
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - Cedar Falls residents will decide Tuesday whether to back a $35 million bond issue that would help increase elementary school capacity.
- Tech education incentives cut for Kansas school districts Updated: Jun-28-15 4:23 pm
WICHITA, Kansas - Budget cuts are leading to significant cuts to a Kansas program designed to enhance career and technical education.
- Razorback Foundation nets $27.9 million in revenue for 2014 Updated: Jun-28-15 4:17 pm
FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas - Public charity to University of Arkansas athletic programs is increasing, according to a recent IRS report.
- Marine educators conference kicks off in Newport Updated: Jun-28-15 3:47 pm
NEWPORT, Rhode Island - The 2015 National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) conference kicks off this week in Newport.
- $1.8M estate gift benefits UW education students Updated: Jun-28-15 3:43 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The University of Wyoming is receiving an estate gift of $1.8 million from former educator Raymond D. Kennedy, of Laramie.
- State kids reading program caught up in education dispute Updated: Jun-28-15 3:41 pm
PHOENIX - A tug-of-war over authority between the state Board of Education and Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas is impacting an Arizona kids' reading program.
- Body of Ypsilanti man found on University of Michigan campus Updated: Jun-28-15 3:08 pm
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - A University of Michigan police spokeswoman says the body of a 22-year-old man has been found near an administration building on the school's Ann Arbor campus.
- Some Montana schools missing vaccine benchmark, data shows Updated: Jun-28-15 2:44 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - Vaccination rates at one in eight elementary schools in Montana are too low to ensure immunity from outbreaks of measles or whooping cough, new state data shows.
- Massachusetts library houses Calvin Coolidge collections Updated: Jun-28-15 2:27 pm
NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts - No U.S president has turned down the opportunity to have their collections gathered and curated to reflect their presidential legacy.
- Illinois budget stalemate hitting U of Illinois campus Updated: Jun-28-15 2:26 pm
URBANA, Illinois - The state budget standoff already has some programs and projects on hold at the University of Illinois, and faculty and others say they're nervous about what might be ahead.
- Wyoming districts equipping school buses with cameras Updated: Jun-28-15 1:59 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Nearly 60 percent of the school buses in Wyoming now have cameras to help catch motorists who illegally pass a stopped bus, and there are indications that the cameras might be dissuading the practice.
- UW professors show students highlights of engineering Updated: Jun-28-15 1:28 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - In an effort to promote the career fields of engineering and computer science, the University of Wyoming hosted 36 high school juniors and seniors from around the country this past week.
- Iowa Board of Regents to part ways with top legal counsel Updated: Jun-28-15 11:55 am
IOWA CITY, Iowa - The governing board for Iowa's three public universities is cutting ties with the man who has served as its top lawyer for over a decade, as part of several ongoing personnel changes.
- New security service at NDSU can be activated with 1 touch Updated: Jun-28-15 11:27 am
FARGO, North Dakota - North Dakota State University students and staff will have access this year to a safety and security service that will allow dispatchers to track their whereabouts and let users call for help with one swipe of the smartphone screen.
- NSF-funded research at Mines to focus on ballistics, weather Updated: Jun-28-15 11:26 am
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - Undergraduate students from across the country are gathering at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology this summer to study ballistics and other topics thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation.
- Teen missing from New Hampshire school found safe Updated: Jun-28-15 8:40 am
GREENFIELD, New Hampshire - A teenager reported missing from New Hampshire's Crotched Mountain School has been found safe.
- Notre Dame would build hydroelectric plant under proposal Updated: Jun-28-15 4:07 am
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - The University of Notre Dame would build a water-driven power facility through a partnership with the city of South Bend under a proposal submitted to federal energy regulators.
- Razorbacks named Academic All-Americans Updated: Jun-27-15 5:49 pm
FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas - Two University of Arkansas men's track and field athletes have been named to the Capital One Academic All-America team.
- Professor to use electric current to remove invasive fish Updated: Jun-27-15 5:34 pm
HONOLULU - A Tulane University associate professor hopes to get rid of invasive fish species in 12 Oahu streams by electrocuting them during a six-month pilot program.
- Black bear crashes college party, gets collared Updated: Jun-27-15 4:03 pm
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania - A college party got a little wild when a black bear showed up.
- Nearly 90 University of Nebraska faculty take buyout Updated: Jun-27-15 3:42 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nearly 90 faculty members at three of the University of Nebraska's four campuses have taken a buyout offered last fall, freeing up $9.2 million to be reallocated into hiring new faculty and staff members for the 2016-17 school year, according to the university system.