UW Daily: July 28, 2015

On Campus
UW-Parkside TRIO Program receives federal grant, Racine Journal Times, July 27
For the Record: The changing landscape of education, WISC TV-3, July 22
UW-Stout conference speaker donates to humane society, Dunn County News, July 27
3D scanning technology at UW is helping with crime scene investigations, NBC-15, July 27
UW Spotlight: Adele C. Brumfield Finding Her Path, Madison Times, July 10
Research shows social media proclamations are good for relationships, WISC TV-3, July 27
Andrew Merluzzi: It’s time to prime the pump for young scientists, Column, Capital Times, July 28
School Board President accused of stealing money is charged, WEAU, July 27

State
Businesses in Central Wisconsin and Beyond Facing Significant Shortage of IT Workers, Wisconsin Public Radio, July 27
GOP not to be trusted, Column, Superior Telegram, July 28

National
Why Drexel U. Tamed Its Application Monster
, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 27
Remedial Educators Warn of Misconceptions Fueling a Reform Movement, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 28
The Complexity of Accountability, Inside Higher Ed, July 28
Suicide Tally, Inside Higher Ed, July 28
Test-optional colleges find many applicants still send SAT and ACT scores, Washington Post, July 27
Duncan wants more accountability in higher education. Easier said than done., Washington Post, July 28
Pell Grants to Be Restored for Prisoners, Wall Street Journal, July 27

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