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  • Keene State College Names Dr. Walter Zakahi Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 04/17/2014 - Keene State College

    Dr. Walter Zakahi has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Keene State College. Dr. Zakahi is currently dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He has 16 years of academic leadership and will begin in his new role at Keene State on June 30th.


  • Marshall University Names Brandi D. Jacobs-Jones Senior Vice President of Operations 04/17/2014 - Huntington News

    Marshall University has appointed Brandi D. Jacobs-Jones as senior vice president of operations. She is currently director of administration and finance for the city of Huntington. Jacobs-Jones will replace Dr. Karen Kirtley who is senior vice president of administration.


  • KCTCS Names Dr. Larry Ferguson New Vice Chancellor for Econ Dev/Workforce Solutions 04/17/2014 - Kentucky Community & Technical College System

    The Kentucky Community & Technical College System has named Dr. Larry Ferguson as the vice chancellor for economic development & workforce solutions. He was previously working as dean of workforce and economic development at Ashland Community and Technical College. Dr. Ferguson started in his new position on April 16th.


  • Tennessee Lawmakers Approve Free 2-Year Colleges Plan 04/17/2014 - University Herald

    Tennessee’s House of Representatives and the Senate have approved Governor Bill Haslam’s plan to offer free community college tuition to all graduates of high schools in the state. This plan, the “Tennessee Promise”, is part of a campaign to encourage a larger percent of the state population to attend college. The Tennessee Promise will be paid for by using excess lottery reserve funds and a $47 million endowment.


  • Mid-Continent University to Close in June 04/17/2014 - Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky.com)

    Mid-Continent University which has been struggling financially will be closing on June 30th. All the employees have been laid off because there is not enough money to pay them. Volunteers will be there to keep the school open so the seniors can graduate in May. An acting president, Robert “Tom” Walden, was appointed Saturday to replace interim president Ken Winters, who left due to family health problems.


  • American Sentinel University’s Online DNP Program Achieves ACEN Accreditation 04/17/2014 - American Sentinel University

    American Sentinel University announced that the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has granted accreditation to the university’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) online degree program. This program has specialty tracks in executive and educational leadership. American Sentinel is one of only several online universities with an ACEN-accredited DNP program with these specialty tracks.


  • Merger Plan for Virginia Intermont College Collapses 04/16/2014 - The Washington Post

    Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Virginia, has announced that its plans to merge with Webber International University in Florida have collapsed. The two schools have agreed that they do not have a “viable model” for merging. Virginia Intermont plans to complete its spring semester and offer a summer session through June 27th. They are not sure what will happen after that date.


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Administrator Updates

  • Keene State College Names Dr. Walter Zakahi Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 04/17/2014 - Keene State College

    Dr. Walter Zakahi has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Keene State College. Dr. Zakahi is currently dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He has 16 years of academic leadership and will begin in his new role at Keene State on June 30th.

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  • Marshall University Names Brandi D. Jacobs-Jones Senior Vice President of Operations 04/17/2014 - Huntington News

    Marshall University has appointed Brandi D. Jacobs-Jones as senior vice president of operations. She is currently director of administration and finance for the city of Huntington. Jacobs-Jones will replace Dr. Karen Kirtley who is senior vice president of administration.

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  • KCTCS Names Dr. Larry Ferguson New Vice Chancellor for Econ Dev/Workforce Solutions 04/17/2014 - Kentucky Community & Technical College System

    The Kentucky Community & Technical College System has named Dr. Larry Ferguson as the vice chancellor for economic development & workforce solutions. He was previously working as dean of workforce and economic development at Ashland Community and Technical College. Dr. Ferguson started in his new position on April 16th.

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Accreditation Updates

  • American Sentinel University’s Online DNP Program Achieves ACEN Accreditation 04/17/2014 - American Sentinel University

    American Sentinel University announced that the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has granted accreditation to the...

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  • Cal State University-Fresno Receives Reaccreditation for Business School 04/09/2014 - The Business Journal

    California State University-Fresno (Fresno State) has received reaccreditation for its Craig School of Business. The Craig School of Business has...

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  • American InterContinental University™ Launches intellipath™ MBA 04/08/2014 - The Wall Street Journal

    American InterContinental University will launch the intellipath MBA, the first MBA program driven by adaptive learning technology in the U.S. The...

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