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Worcester schools top Princeton Review list

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester's schools have topped the Princeton Review's 2017 list, taking top honors in categories including most accessible professors, tree-hugging vegetarians, best career services, and most...

New England Center for Children opens $11M autism institute

Laura Finaldi |

The $10.5-million John and Diane Kim Autism Institute, opening next month, will house research, professional development and technology for the New England Center for Children, allowing it to...

40 Under 40: Michael Herbert

After working as assistant town manager and chief financial officer for three years, Herbert in 2016 was promoted to town manager, orchestrating the increase of the town's bond rating two notches...

40 under 40: Isabelle Jenkins

Isabelle Jenkins connects more than 600 Holy Cross students annually with more than 30 organizations to enhance their educational experience through community-based service and learning.

40 Under 40: The Judges

Terry Shepherd, CM&AA, CPA, MST, is the managing partner of Worcester accounting and consulting firm Shepherd & Goldstein.

Mount Wachusett secures $1.18M grant

Sam Bonacci |

Mount Wachusett Community College has received a five-year, $1.18 million Federal grant that will help adults in the region successfully transition to college or other postsecondary education.

Nichols to ink community college deals in three states

Sam Bonacci |

Nichols College in Dudley is planning to ease the pathway to a bachelor’s degree for students from three New England community colleges with new agreements that streamline the credit and...

Hundreds of new charter school seats pitched to education department

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

As the ballot question campaign to expand charter school access heats up, six groups have proposed opening new charter schools in Massachusetts and 12 existing charter schools want to increase...

New WPI diversity officer hopes to bring all voices to the table

Laura Finaldi |

As WPI's first vice president for talent development and chief diversity officer, Michelle Jones-Johnson is charged with recruitment, employee development, and creating a plan to make the university...

Advancing nursing education

Laura Finaldi |

Central Mass. academia is shifting to meet demand from evolving healthcare industry.

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