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Anna Maria launches online biz degree

Emily Micucci |

Anna Maria College of Paxton announced that it is now offering an online bachelor of science program in business administration, an accelerated model that's designed to cut the cost and length of...

STEM Summit expected to draw 1,300 to Worcester


Worcester’s DCU Center will host 1,300 educators, business officials and government officials Wednesday for the 11th annual Massachusetts STEM Summit.

EcoTarium signs deal with National Geographic

Worcester’s EcoTarium has become the first New England museum to partner with National Geographic in an agreement that will bring the educational organization’s films and exhibits to the...

Mass. SAT scores flat, but above national average


Average SAT scores among Massachusetts public high school students in 2014 were flat in reading and math and down slightly in writing, but above the national average in all three areas

Babson study: VC for female entrepreneurs still lags

Emily Micucci |

Women have made strides in raising venture capital in the last 15 years, but a wide gender gap persists, according to a Babson College study on the topic.

Mass. Community Colleges awarded $20M workforce grant

Sam Bonacci |

Mount Wachusett and Quinsigamond community colleges will each receive $525,000 in federal funds to expand local workforce development programming with additional funds going to integrate and expand...

Porter and Chester Institute moving to Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

The Porter and Chester Institute trade school will move its 40 employees and 225 students from two Westborough sites into a new Worcester location beginning in October, according to the organization.

Assumption appoints sports business advisory board

John Agoglia |

Assumption College has put together an advisory board made up of national sports executives to help shape and grow its recently launched Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree concentration...

Worcester State site named for Binienda

Worcester State University will name its civic engagement center after alumnus and longtime state representative John J. Binienda, who died last month, the school announced.

Video game degrees and courses up 50% over 5 years

The number of colleges and universities offering courses and degrees in video game design has grown by half over the last five years, according to new research released by the Entertainment Software...

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