Cooper Union Will Charge Tuition For First Time in History, STEM Students in US May Actually Be in Surplus
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The Economic Policy Institute released a study that suggests there is no shortage of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) students and college graduates, and that some STEM graduates are actually having difficulty finding work.
The University of Indianapolis announced they will be closing their campus in Athens, Greece due to the nation’s growing financial strains.
Cooper Union will begin charging students tuition for the first time since its opening in 1859.
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