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Northern Kentucky University offers one of the nation’s most affordable entrepreneurship degrees, DNA MOTORING OEM-MR-TO1321210 Factory Style Powered Right Side D. NKU ranks as the 9th best affordable program for students wanting to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. View the full article.
NKU, Gateway Community and Technical College, Miami University, and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College announced today that they have joined “Moon Shot for Equity,” a national initiative that aims to close equity gaps within regional cohorts of two- and four-year colleges and universities by 2030. View the full press release.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Matt Cecil as our Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs (PEVPAA) on July 1. Matt comes to us from Minnesota State University, Mankato where he is currently serving as Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.
"This will not be a one and done experiment. It’s going to be an on-going process for us to continue to evaluate what we’re doing and how we can continue to best care for our campus community."