Tuesday Feb 18
Number of people opposing medical testing on animals rising, poll says
More than half of women and young adults -- a significant increase over the past decade -- morally oppose animal testing, according to Gallup polls analyzed by researchers from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals , Marymount University and Western Governors University.
New study shows growing opposition to animal tests
Americans' moral opposition to animal testing has grown significantly since 2001, according to a new study presented today at the annual meeting of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science in Chicago.
New Report Chronicles Growth Of Online Learning In Higher Education
The number of students in the United States enrolled in at least one online course has increased faster than overall enrollment growth in higher education, a new report from the state Comptroller's office shows.
WGU Launches Scholarship for New M.S. in Management and Leadership Degree Program
The M.S. Management and Leadership Scholarship is designed for business professionals who wish to cultivate the skills needed to move into greater management and leadership roles.
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WGU announces scholarships
WGU Tennessee has announced a new scholarship program designed to encourage Tennessee adults to go back to school this year for their bachelor's or master's degrees in business, information technology, education or health professions, including nursing.