Portuguese-speaking students in the Graduate School of Political Management can now receive a new need-based scholarship.
The secretary of homeland security spoke at the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday about American security in an age of increased international tension.
Officials are inviting high-profile alumni to join a new alumni advisory council, which will meet twice a year and advise administrators.
Two administrative positions were terminated during a restructuring of the University’s student affairs divisions this summer.
A team of researchers from the public health school found that Hurricane Maria led to roughly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico.
A man previously barred from campus was arrested Sunday for sleeping in Ross Hall, which houses the medical school.
About 50 firefighters responded to the Elliott School of International Affairs early Monday after receiving a report of smoke in the school’s basement.
A man previously barred from campus was arrested Thursday after he was found sleeping in Monroe Hall.
The Textile Museum hosted a lecture Thursday on a popular Buddhist text featured on a robe currently on display.
Students can now get personalized feedback on their resumes without visiting the career center’s on-campus office.