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LPD Scholars Visit Trinidad and Tobago
October 25, 2010
At the end of October, 35 doctoral scholars and six faculty members from the College's Doctorate in Law and Policy Program (LPD), spent five days in Trinidad and Tobago as part of an "International Immersion Research" initiative.
NEASC Review
October 06, 2010
Dr. Charles Long, Deputy Provost of Yale University, reviews the progression of the Global Leadership Program (GLP) operated by the College of Professional Studies in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia.
New Online Evaluation Service
October 04, 2010
The College launches a new online evaluation service called CPS Course Evaluations by EvaluationKIT.
The Importance of an Online Education
August 02, 2010
Eric Kupferberg and Chuck Kilfoye highlight the importance of an online education within the College's regulatory affairs program through an article they co-wrote entitled: "What's So Distant About Distance Education? Online Learning in Regulatory Affairs Graduate Programs".
The Switch to Electronic Communications
August 01, 2010
The College moves to sending bills and course confirmations to students' Husky email accounts.
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