Feb. 11 - IBM plans $2B SUNY tech hub | Harvard asks to dismiss single-gender club lawsuit

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Harvard looks to dismiss lawsuit over single-gender club policy; As MBAs decline, U of Miami shifts to specialization; Oregon College of Art and Craft to close as small art schools struggle to survive; Loans are worth the cost for some community college students, study finds


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| Feb.​ 11,​ 2019
 
  


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IBM invests $2B for SUNY artificial intelligence hub


 

The AI Hardware Center joins a set of new private-sector partnerships with academia to expand research and business development in emerging tech.


 
 
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Harvard looks to dismiss lawsuit over single-gender club policy


 

The college says the policy is gender-neutral and therefore does not violate Title IX bans on gender-based discrimination, which Greek groups allege. 


 
 
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As MBAs decline, U of Miami shifts to specialization


 

John Quelch, dean of the Miami Business School, says adjusting offerings to adapt to students' changing interests has helped boost enrollment.


 
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Oregon College of Art and Craft to close as small art schools struggle to survive


 

Officials at the 112-year-old college said closing was "the only right and responsible thing to do" after restructuring and merger attempts fell through.


 
 


Loans are worth the cost for some community college students, study finds


 

New research on the benefits of financial aid finds students who got loans from their school did better academically than those who got none.


 
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