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ASU Cancels Study Abroad Program In Egypt

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On January 25th, Egyptian citizens erupted in violent revolution against corruption, extensive poverty, enormous national unemployment and numerous governance problems of autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak — and two Arizona State students were caught in its crossfire. The students were studying abroad in Cairo at the time political unrest hit its threshold in late January; and… Read More →

CEO Series: Kathleen H. Goeppinger

CEO Series: Kathleen H. Goeppinger - AZ Business Magazine Jul/Aug 2010

Kathleen H. Goeppinger, Ph.D. President and CEO, Midwestern University How did the recession affect Midwestern University’s enrollment and course offerings? It’s a very interesting thing, but when a student is ready to make a career choice, we’re finding that more and more want to go into health care, because it’s one of the professions –… Read More →

CEO Series: Brian Mueller

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Brian Mueller Chief Executive Officer and Director, Grand Canyon University Assess the current state of private universities. I think if you look at the top tier, the Ivy League schools, and those just below them, those people have such strong brands and such huge endowments that they are OK, and they can make it through… Read More →