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  2. Gannon University - Wikipedia

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    Gannon University's campus is located in downtown Erie, primarily concentrated between Peach and Myrtle Streets and 3rd and 10th Streets. In summer 2015, a doctoral branch campus opened in Ruskin, Florida focusing on healthcare majors. Athletics. Gannon is a member of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference in NCAA Division II. Gannon offers ...

  3. Chatham University - Wikipedia

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    Chatham University is a private university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Originally founded as a women's college, it began enrolling men in undergraduate programs in 2015. It enrolls about 2,110 students, including 1,002 undergraduate students and 1,108 graduate students.

  4. Middle Atlantic Conferences - Wikipedia

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    Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletics Association ... Widener University: Chester, Pennsylvania: 1821 Nonsectarian 6,402 Pride: 1946–47: York College of ...

  5. University of Michigan–Dearborn - Wikipedia

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    The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor would provide the necessary liberal arts and professional courses to complete a University of Michigan bachelor's or master's degree. Construction on the Dearborn campus began on May 22, 1958, [8] and on October 1 of that year, William E. Stirton was appointed its first director.

  6. Arcadia University - Wikipedia

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    Arcadia University is a private university in Glenside, Pennsylvania. The university enrolls approximately 4,000 undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students. [2] The 76-acre (310,000 m 2 ) campus features Grey Towers Castle , a National Historic Landmark .

  7. The Journalist's Resource - Wikipedia

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    The Journalist's Resource is a website that aims to connect journalists with information about recently published academic studies. A project of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, the website features summaries of academic studies written in a journalistic, story-centered style.

  8. Stevenson University - Wikipedia

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    Stevenson University is a private university in Baltimore County, Maryland with two campuses, one in Stevenson and one in Owings Mills. The university enrolls approximately 3,615 undergraduate and graduate students. Formerly known as Villa Julie College, the name was changed to Stevenson University in 2008.

  9. List of NCAA Division III institutions - Wikipedia

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    Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference: ... Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference: University of Minnesota Morris: ... Widener University: Pride: Chester: