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Forbes School of Business at Ashford University Assistant Professor Dr. Irina Weisblat has been named Outstanding Business Educator at a College or University by the California Business Education Association (CBEA).

The chancellor of California's vast community college system announced 15 schools, including San Diego's Mesa College, on Tuesday that he wants to participate in a pilot program that allows the state's 2-year schools to offer baccalaureates for the first time.

Since the first incubator for lawyers was established at the City University of New York in 2007, programs that help train lawyers to address the unmet legal needs of the public have taken off across the country and are starting to gain traction worldwide.

Nearly halfway through its fiscal year, the University of California San Diego has been awarded grants valued at more than $418.4 million.

Southwestern College is launching a new fast-track program to allow students to complete their general education requirements on the weekends in just two semesters.

The past six months have passed quickly for Daniel Bothe, who is initiating several exciting curriculum and program additions since being named dean of the Fermanian School of Business at Point Loma Nazarene University.

When you think of scientists at the Salk Institute, plant biology may not be the first field that comes to mind, but that’s exactly what Joanne Chory has focused on for the 26 years she has been with the renowned research center.

Real estate professor Norm Miller doesn’t like to brag. But when pressed to name what makes him a successful teacher and mentor, he points to experience.

San Diego State University has named Jack McGrory as the new chair of The Campanile Foundation, the university’s fundraising arm.

The city of Encinitas announced Friday it has closed escrow on its purchase of the Pacific View property from the Encinitas Union School District.

The San Diego Community College District recently celebrated the grand opening of the new San Diego City College Arts & Humanities and Business & Technology buildings.

The job market remains challenging for recent law school graduates and industry experts are split over whether it is improving in the San Diego area.

San Diego County law firms maintain a competitive edge by attracting top attorneys as well as grooming outstanding young talent. In this special publication, The Daily Transcript recognizes the San Diego legal community’s up-and-coming stars with the eighth annual Young Attorneys honor.

Grossmont Union High School District said construction has been completed on a 22,780-square-foot physical education and sports complex facility on the campus of El Cajon Valley High School.

A longtime San Diego real estate executive with more than 35 years of industry experience will take over the helm of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego in January.

Lakeside Union School District has become the first district in the nation to adopt the Sanford Harmony Program via National University.

When it comes to developing visionary programs that meet both an educational need and local workforce demand, California State University San Marcos at Temecula exceeds expectations. “People who come to us want to know that their education or training will translate into a new job, new opportunity or skill set that has clear market value. The programs we are creating deliver on every count,” said Associate Dean Suzanne Lingold.

The following San Diego County residents passed the July 2014 California Bar Examination, according to the State Bar of California.

The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's annual December conference has been postponed.

Students, staff and representatives from Southwestern College and SunPower Corp. (Nasdaq: SPWR) dedicated the installation of a 3.2-megawatt solar power system on the college’s Chula Vista campus on Wednesday.

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