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June 2010

Wednesday, June 30
Mount Clemens office building donated to OU (Oakland Press)
Mount Clemens office building donated to Oakland University (Macomb Daily)
Macomb developers donate $2 million building to Oakland University (Crain's)
Colleges cautioned about e-readers (USA Today)
Enrollment is up at Grandparents U. (USA Today)

Tuesday, June 29
NCAA troubles hurt university brands, too (Detroit News)

Monday, June 28
Non-tenured faculty push for pact (Free Press)
'Promise' fundraiser nets $23M for SVSU (Detroit News)
Hired: Here are some job-search tips for new graduates (Detroit News)
Dorm That Honors Klansman Sparks Debate (Wall Street Journal)

Sunday, June 27
OU continues to improve its offerings to students (Oakland Press)

Saturday, June 26
Federal court orders OU to pay $101,676 in discrimination case (Oakland Press)

Friday, June 25
OU told to pay student's legal fees (Free Press)
WSU medical school names new dean (Detroit News)
EMU health, child care fees remain same (Detroit News)
College aid to attend Lawrence Tech offered (Detroit News)
College towns, capitals do OK in recession (USA Today)

Thursday, June 24
WSU raises tuition 4.4% for fall semester (Detroit News)
WSU students to see tuition increase of 4.4% (Free Press)
Hillsdale continues to just say no (Detroit News)
U-M Medical School won't accept drug maker's cash (NY Times)

Tuesday, June 22
Business 'accelerators' get $3M grant (Oakland Press)
Project management course offered at Oakland University (Oakland Press)

Monday, June 21
Students, unemployed adults compete for summer jobs (Oakland Press)
Op-Ed: Don't turn community colleges into four-year schools (Detroit News)
$3M grant to help unify four business accelerators (Crain's)

Sunday, June 20
Obama act aims to ease financial burden for college-bound (Oakland Press)

Saturday, June 19
MSU's tuition increase lowered (Detroit News)
MSU tuition set to rise 2.5% (Free Press)

Friday, June 18
Another Catholic university fails litmus test (Wall Street Journal) U-M raises tuition 1.5% (Detroit News)
U-M to set tuition increase at 1.5%, boost aid money (Free Press)
U-M regents approve 1.5 percent tuition increase (Oakland Press)

Thursday, June 17
Tuition time: Big Michigan universities setting rates (Free Press)
New Provost (Free Press)
Colleges not training students for careers that are growing (Suburban Lifestyles)
College enrollment at highest level since '68 (USA Today)
This school won't take state cuts lying down (USA Today)
Will class-based affirmative action catch on? (USA Today)

Wednesday, June 16
Union Vote (Free Press)
New rules would protect students (USA Today)

Tuesday, June 15
2018 workforce needs more college degrees (USA Today)
Nontenure track union thankful for MSU deal (

Monday, June 14
It's Wine, Wickets and Wheels at Meadow Brook Hall (Troy-Somerset Gazette)
Wickets, Wine and Wheels offers step back in time (Oakland Press)
Meadow Brook Theatre appoints Artistic Director (Suburban Lifestyles)
Concours highlights Motor City trendsetters (Suburban Lifestyles)
Take stand for stem cell research (Crain's)
Saginaw Valley State University to raise tuition (Free Press)

Sunday, June 13
MSU Extension tailors its services to Oakland (Oakland Press)
OCC a great investment for Oakland residents (Oakland Press)

Saturday, June 12
Old school fun (Oakland Press)

Friday, June 11
Advance planning puts U-M on solid ground (Detroit News)

Thursday, June 10
Universities promise pact with colleges (Free Press)
Too easy tax cut promises (Free Press)
Success comes with hard work (Detroit News)
OU invites business professionals to boost their project management skills (Rochester Citizen)
Where Metro Detroit Meets Middle Earth (Metro Mode)

Wednesday, June 9
OU's Benson progressing nicely (Oakland Press)
Discounts draw in students (USA Today)
Donations Slip Amid Anxiety (Wall Street Journal)

Tuesday, June 8
Robotic Competition (Oakland Press)
Getting Creative to Land an Internship (Wall Street Journal)

Monday, June 7
U-M study finds compassion waning on college campuses (Free Press)
Zeros add up for EMU (Crain's)
Community colleges reduce costs, raise tuition, revamp programs to stay viable (Crain's)
WMU joins universities with regional outposts (Crain's)
Biotech industry seeks matching funds, tax cuts, advisory panel (Crain's)
Michigan needs to shift to a culture that values education - Glazer (Crain's)
Slowing the brain drain (Crain's)
New Programs (Crain's)
Crain's List: Detroit-Area Graduate Business Degree Programs (Crain's)

Sunday, June 6
Colleges Extend The Welcome Mat to Students' Pets (NY Times)

Saturday, June 5
OU women sign two more (Oakland Press)

Friday, June 4
Training designed to create a lean culture in Michigan (Oakland Press)
EMU Boosted (Free Press)
Editorial: Tuition hikes don't make the grade (Muskegon Chronicle)

Thursday, June 3
OU's Bigelow qualifies for NCAA championships (Oakland Press)
Meadow Brook celebrates its history with 'Wickets, Wine & Wheels' event (Oakland Press)
0,0,0 = growth (Detroit News)
OU to host School of Nursing Envision Conference (Oakland Press)
A question for grads: How do you want your career to end? (USA Today)
B-Schools Scramble As Job Scene Picks Up (Wall Street Journal)
Deans Set Priorities for Tough Times (Wall Street Journal)
Fewer Firms Footing the Bill (Wall Street Journal)
Turnaround Specialist to Take On Yale (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, June 2
His and her roommates (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Mich. revival requires major cultural shift (Detroit News)
Politics, policy collide at annual Mackinac conference (Free Press)
For balancing budget, voters want cuts - not tax hikes (Free Press)

Tuesday, June 1
Resurfacing resumes of Squirrel Road section (Detroit News)
Brain Drain (The Paper)