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Report: For-Profit Colleges Cashing in on Military

December 9, 2010

For-profit college companies are taking in enormous amounts of federal student aid money by recruiting and enrolling members of the military, veterans and their families, with questionable returns, according to a new report from a vocal Senate critic of the industry.

Article Source: Washington Post

Moving Past ‘Doing More With Less’

December 7, 2010

Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education discusses how historically black colleges and universities make the most out of the little resources they have.

How Some Politicians Stumble on Science

December 5, 2010

"All Congresses and Parliaments have a kindly feeling for idiots," Mark Twain wrote in his once-again hot-selling autobiography, "… on account of personal experience and heredity." Twain didn't much care for politicians. Scientists might soon be feeling the same way, if they didn't already, spurred by recent signs of budget-cutting headed straight at them.

Article Source: USA Today

Temple University says Expansion Won’t Crowd the City

December 8, 2010

Temple's ongoing construction will be substantial but will not push further into residential areas of North Philadelphia, university president Ann Weaver Hart said Tuesday. Hart, in a meeting with the Inquirer Editorial Board, disclosed details of the $1.2 billion expansion of Temple's main campus, saying the size of the university's footprint in North Philadelphia will not increase. As The Inquirer reported last year, Temple's expansion will develop the university's Broad Street corridor.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
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"Can" the Canned Food Drive for Effective Giving


Katherina Rosqueta

Executive Director, Center for High-Impact Philanthropy

School of Social Policy & Practice

University of Pennsylvania