Education

Education

To understand climate change, you have to study more than just air temperatures and precipitation. That's according to Andrew Stuhl who'll talk about his study of climate change in the Arctic regions of Canada Thursday night at Augustana College.

Augustana College's campus is growing to serve more students and offer more classes. The college plans to expand Brodahl Hall for the new masters program in speech-language pathology. 

Craig Cooper

Genesis Health System is offering free flu shots to elementary age kids this season. 

Duane Bonifer

Monmouth College is helping students better prepare for careers in social justice. Professors at the college came up with the idea to create a Center for Civic and Social Change.

Carl Sandburg College plans to offer training in a field that's growing very quickly. Last month, the board of trustees gave preliminary approval to the cybersecurity specialist certificate program. 

Carl Sandburg College

Top college students in Illinois will be honored this weekend for excellence and leadership. The Lincoln Academy of Illinois will present the Abraham Lincoln Civic Engagement Award at a ceremony in Springfield on Saturday. 

The recording of a closed door meeting held by the Western Illinois University Board of Trustees reveals board members repeatedly violated the Illinois Open Meetings Act (OMA).

Following the surprise announcement on Friday that Superintendent Art Tate will resign, the Davenport school board will hold a special meeting Tuesday. And the only item on the agenda is the appointment of an interim superintendent. 

The University of Dubuque wants to help the memebrs of the clergy do a better job. It's received a 936,000 dollar grant from the Lilly Endownment program called Thriving in Ministry. 

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Davenport schools superintendent Art Tate announced abruptly on Friday, October 26th that he's resigning. Tate had planned to retire in June.

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