For those naysayers who discount the quality of education provided by for-profit schools like Strayer University, the U.S. National Security Agency would beg to disagree. Last month, the NSA’s Committee of National Security Systems added Strayer University to a select list of postsecondary institutions whose information systems security curriculum satisfies national training standards for information… Read More

The United States has contracted the University of Indiana and the University of Massachusetts ‘ Center for International Education to help reform universities in Afghanistan. The two will partner together with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide assistance to 18 Afghanistan universities. Together, they will work with Afghanistan’s Minister of Higher Education… Read More

America can rest easy tonight–the Recession is over! It has been since June 2009. Unfortunately, this good news feels more like a slap in the face to the millions of un- or under-employed.… Read More

Japanese airport officials refused to let Steve Jobs take ninja stars aboard his private plane. What we weren’t told is the real reason Jobs had the stars in the first place.… Read More

Tornadoes, earthquakes, cyclones, and pandemics seem to rear their ugly heads almost on a daily basis, with increasingly deadly results. And we haven’t even gotten into manmade dangers like collapsing cranes or terrorist attacks. As devastating as these events can be, they only get worse when disaster victims lack basic disaster know-how. Check out these five things you need to learn to get prepared…… Read More

In the course of a day, Eliot Spitzer had been reduced to just another corrupt public official. And, just like that, public confidence in ethical leadership fell another notch, highlighting the need for leaders who live up to their values. This is just the situation that business and political science schools are trying to avert.… Read More