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MICA Game Lab and Shock Trauma are developing VR games for spinal injury patients

The Maryland Institute College of Art’s Game Lab partnered with the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland in order to develop virtual reality applications that will aid patients with high spinal cord injuries during their hospital recovery.

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Loyola hopes to use community to sell continuing education program

Loyola University Maryland this week launched Aspire, an online education platform for people who want to add to their skills throughout their career.

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Johns Hopkins No. 12 in annual World University Rankings

Johns Hopkins University is No. 12 in the annual Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2020, which were published online today and include 1,396 colleges and universities from 92 countries.

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Loyola is launching an online learning platform with courses in cybersecurity, data science

A new online learning platform from Loyola University Maryland is launching with the aim of expanding educational opportunities in areas such as tech and business.

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Washington Adventist University Offers Free Semester Scholarships to Bahamian Students Impacted by Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahama Islands last week, members of the Washington Adventist University (WAU) community prayed for family and friends on the island. Brendon Albury, Nursing Admissions and Progressions Coordinator for WAU waited to hear from his loved ones as the hurricane spent days raking his home.

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Hood Receives Accolades from US News, Several Other Publications

U.S. News & World Report has ranked Hood College in the top 50 of four major lists in the north region: no. 17 for Best Value Schools, no. 21 for Best Undergraduate Teaching, no. 47 for Campus Ethnic Diversity, and no. 48 for Best Regional Universities.

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Washington Adventist University Offers Free Semester Scholarships to Bahamian Students Impacted by Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahama Islands last week, members of the Washington Adventist University (WAU) community prayed for family and friends on the island. Brendon Albury, Nursing Admissions and Progressions Coordinator for WAU waited to hear from his loved ones as the hurricane spent days raking his home.

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McDaniel Ranks #1 ‘Best Value’ Regional University in the North By U.S. News

McDaniel College is #1 among “Best Value Schools” and ranks as one of the best universities in the North region in the U.S. News & World Report “2020 Best Colleges” rankings released Sept. 9.

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Goucher College rises in Rankings and Gains new Accolades from US News & World Report

Once again, Goucher College has been recognized as one of the leading liberal arts colleges in the nation, as well as one of the most innovative schools. This year, the college jumped five spots to be ranked as the #111 National Liberal Arts College and moved up one to #11 Most Innovative – National Liberal Arts College. In addition to these accolades, Goucher was also ranked #72 as a 2020 Top Performers on Social Mobility and #5 Study Abroad – 2020 Academic Programs to Look For by the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges report.

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There’s No Place like Brussels for a McDaniel College Political Science Major Studying French

Brussels is a long way from Slidell, Louisiana — in more than miles. In fact, the Belgian city known as the capital of Europe and headquarters of NATO and the European Union has little in common with the rural town in St. Tammany Parish across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans.

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Loyola University Maryland School of Education Faculty Member Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

Ramon B. Goings, Ed.D., assistant professor of educational leadership at Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education has been awarded a $147,823 two-year grant from the National Science Foundation for his project titled “Examining the Persistence and Motivation of STEM Pre-Service Teachers of Color in the Sherman STEM Teacher Scholars Program.”

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The Art Handler & MICA Alumni Who Saved the Emancipation Proclamation From Drowning in Mountain Dew

Washington, DC may be the only city on the planet that contains more museum staffers than artists. There are more than 70 museums spread across the nation’s capital with some of the most prominent ones along the National Mall belonging to the Smithsonian Institution. The organization — tasked with stewarding the nation’s cultural heritage — employs around 6,000 people and holds nearly 137 million objects within its collection.

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Johns Hopkins Tops Niche's New 2020 Best Colleges in Maryland Ranking

Johns Hopkins University has been named the No. 1 best college in Maryland, according to a new 2020 ranking by Niche.com.

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Hopkins Makes More Neighborhoods Eligible for Homebuying Assistance

Johns Hopkins University and Medicine will expand the number of neighborhoods participating in its Live Near Your Work program, creating a contiguous area stretching from the university’s Homewood campus in the west to the Bayview medical campus in southeast Baltimore.

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Unknown Text by John Locke Found at St. John's College Reveals Roots of 'Foundational Democratic Ideas'

A “once in a generation” discovery of a centuries-old manuscript by John Locke shows the great English philosopher making his earliest arguments for religious toleration, with the scholar who unearthed it calling the document “the origin and catalyst for momentous and foundational ideas of western liberal democracy”.

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