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Hopkins offering more chances to study in Cuba

With relations thawing between the United States and Cuba, Johns Hopkins University wants to send more students to study on the island nation. Hopkins is one of several schools participating in the Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad, or CASA, which ...

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Bair to leave Santander board Oct. 1

(Bloomberg) — Banco Santander SA, Spain’s biggest bank, said Sheila Bair will step down from its board on Oct. 1 after accepting an appointment at Washington College. Bair, who became a vocal advocate for tougher bank regulation when she led ...

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University of Maryland plans faculty, staff housing

The University of Maryland, College Park Foundation, has purchased about an acre of land from a fraternity to build faculty and staff housing as part of its Greater College Park plan. The university announced it had purchased the property, located ...

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Federal judge weighing future of Sojourner-Douglass College

A federal judge is considering whether to grant Sojourner-Douglass College’s request to reinstate its accreditation, which was withdrawn June 30. Sojourner-Douglass filed both a motion for a temporary restraining order and a lawsuit against the Middle States Commission on Higher ...

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