Israel stays a step ahead of the cannabis curve as usual by introducing a cannabis specialization degree.
The curriculum will be a combination of in-person and online coursework.
The Cannabis Research Center is officially up and running.
Higher education is getting into the business of prepping students for careers in cannabis.
The contest, sponsored by Thomas Jefferson University, is open to anyone with or without a university-affiliation.
The Louisiana-based Southern University and A&M College might see an influx of applicants now that they have launched a medical marijuana program.
The Arizona Supreme Court just ruled that students who are medical marijuana patients can't face criminal charges for using or possessing cannabis on campus.
Women are embracing the business and scientific side of weed. Could legalizing cannabis be the way to encourage more women to go into STEM fields?
Could a state university petitioning to grow industrial hemp bring the plant back to its former glory?