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UGC Recruitment - Deputy Secretary and Education Officer Vacancy

Recruitment of Deputy Secretary and Education Officer in UGC University Grants Commission (UGC) of India, New Delhi invites online applications for appointment on Direct recruitment for the following Sarkari Naukri Vacancy posts   in the office of the UGC, New Delhi and its Regional Offices located at Pune, Kolkata, Bangalore, Guwahati, Bhopal and Hyderabad : ( =... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukriBlog com)]
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Dean, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts

Webster University seeks a talented and creative leader in the arts to serve as the dean of the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts. Webster University seeks a talented and creative leader in the arts to serve as the dean of the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts. Applications and nominations are invited; the University will begin reviewing candidates immediately and hopes to have the new dean in place by the summer of 2019. Webster University’s entrepreneurial spirit drives its mission t...
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How Asian Colleges are Different From American Colleges

If you're studying abroad in Asia, here's what you need to know. Asia is the largest continent on the planet, rich with different cultures and filled with more than four billion people. This, naturally, makes it an appealing study abroad destination. But obviously it's important to know the cultural differences and what to expect before going there. Because you will be studying on a college campus, whether through an international partnership of your school or through a faculty-led program, kno...
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Representative Population Recruiting in College

  Want to recruit better in college and university environments? Of course. We all do. That’s the next wave of talent for organizations, right? But most of the approaches that we’ve been using in university recruiting for the last 15-20 years are flawed, and social media has probably muddied the water even more there. While […]
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The Unique Advantages Of Attending A Community College

While most students dream of attending particular universities, community colleges offer many unique advantages that most universities can't offer. The post The Unique Advantages Of Attending A Community College appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Melissa. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit for more great content.
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4 Ways To Help Your Child Make A Financially Wise College Decision

What happens when your child has his heart set on a college you can’t afford? Here's how to help them to make a financially sound college decision. The post 4 Ways To Help Your Child Make A Financially Wise College Decision appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Melissa. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit for more great content.
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University of Virginia announces $120m gift to fund new data science school

One of America’s oldest universities is launching a school for one of the world’s youngest disciplines. The University of Virginia announced today that it has received a $120 million private donation to endow a new School of Data Science. The donation is the largest in the university’s history, and will create the twelfth school at the university. The donation was offered by the Quantitative Foundation, which is based in UVA’s hometown of Charlottesville. Jaffray Woodriff, the founder and CEO of...
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Studying in Berlin: 4 International Students Share Their Experience

Deciding to move away from your home country to study abroad can probably be one of the most difficult decisions in your life. Choosing the right city is not about spinning the globe with eyes closed and dropping a finger on a random destination. Unfortunately, the choice is way more complicated, and even if it is not easy to realize it at the very start, it can be literally life-changing. Sending applications to university in other countries means to gradually plan your future and to figure out...
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Highest Choices of Advanced schooling Coursework Prepare your work schedule at the start of the semester, therefore you know what’s coming in the future. Through a wintertime system, you should create three credits in a couple of weeks! All aspects are less demanding when you’ve got a strategy. The College Training Action Be certain to also label lower any crucial schedules or program changes in relation to your task, whenever you haven’t pretty much. You have to have the capacity to concentr...
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CSULB student says this exam question about gangs was racist. Was it?

Cal State Long Beach officials have launched an investigation into the conduct of a health-sciences education lecturer after a student this week posted a final-exam question to Twitter that he said was racist. Alex Rambo, 31, is currently taking a health science class meant for those who want to be middle and high school teachers. The class is taught by Matt Fischer, a lecturer at the university and a teacher at Los Angeles Unified School District. The final for that class is a 75-question take-...
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Apoll01 wants to remake education by decentralizing the diploma

Dan Genduso spent nearly a decade working in consulting before landing on the Disrupt Berlin stage to launch his first startup, Apoll01 — a small company with a big idea about how to solve America’s expanding education crisis.  First at Accenture and then at Slalom Consulting in San Francisco, Genduso focused on building out customer engagement platforms that captured the workflows, institutional knowledge and digital assets surrounding the development of customer profiles. “I was building tho...
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Even Japanese Students Now Sexless: 30% Never Dated, 50% Virgins

A recent survey shows that the number of Japanese university students with no dating experience is at its highest level in history, with over half being virgins and 30% never having so much as been on a date. According to the latest nationwide survey by the Japanese Association for Sex Education, nearly 30% of students […]
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Peer tutoring platform Knack raises $1.5M from Charles Hudson, Jeff Vinik

Knack, a peer tutoring platform aimed at college students, is taking a different approach than some online tutoring marketplaces have in the past. As a result, the Florida-based startup has raised a $1.5 million seed round co-led by Charles Hudson’s Precursor Ventures and Tampa Bay Lighting owner and Fenway Sports Group Partner, Jeff Vinik. Other investors in the round included Bisk Ventures, the corporate venture-arm of Bisk Education; Arizona State University Enterprise Partners; Doug Feirstei...
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Tokyo Medical University Sued For Lowering Women’s Exam Scores

A prestigious Japanese medical school is being sued after admitting to lowering the entrance exam scores of female applicants 24 women who had applied to Tokyo Medical University over the course of the last decade have sued the educational institution, after it was alleged this summer that the entrance exam scores of female applicants had […]
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Handshake, a LinkedIn for university students and diversity, raises $40M

LinkedIn has created and — with 562 million users — leads the market in social platforms for people who want to network with others in their professions, and look for jobs. Now a startup that hopes to take it on in a specific niche — university students and recent grads, with a focus on diversity and inclusion — has raised a substantial round to grow. Handshake, a platform for both students looking to take their early career steps and employers who want to reach them, has raised $40 million in a...
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Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and the Arts at UIC

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) seeks an exceptional leader to serve as Dean of the College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts. UIC is among the nation’s preeminent urban public research universities, a Carnegie RU/VH research institution, and the largest university in Chicago. UIC serves over 31,000 students, comprising one of the most diverse student bodies in the nation. Through its 15 colleges, UIC produces nationally and internationally recognized multidisciplinary academic p...
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College Football Player Dies After Jumping From 16th Story Dorm Window

A college football player died last week after he jumped from the 16th floor of his dorm room.21-year-old Marquis Brown—a junior running back at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—was reportedly being questioned by campus police in Brottier Hall in response to an altercation on the 16th floor Thursday (Oct. 4) when he jumped out of the window. He was taken to Mercy Hospital in critical condition pronounced dead.“It is with great sadness that I report that we had a tragedy on campus ...
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A Young College Student’s Plan to Change His Life

You can do a thousand and one things to make money. Most of the time, people just don’t know how to start out. They’ll just “come up with an idea” and run with it. And they have no clue if their business idea will actually work. Of course, there is always some uncertainty when starting a new business. This is why a majority of startups fail. But you can mitigate that risk by doing a few wise things. Pulling a business idea out of your derriere is the last thing you want to do. It takes observati...
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Apple adds student ID cards into Apple Wallet to access buildings, buy food and more

The education market has long been one of the cornerstones of growth for Apple’s hardware business, and today the company is leveraging its popularity in it, specifically among college-aged students, to build out a newer effort. Today, Apple started to integrate university student ID cards — used to access buildings, pay for food or books, and any other transactional campus services — into Wallet, its contactless payment system on the Apple Watch and the iPhone. The first schools to come onli...
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How to Protect Your Privacy When Seeking Mental Health Treatment at School

Colleges and universities often offer mental health counseling as a free service, but school counselors aren’t always required to keep your information private. Here are your options, and what to know, if you want to seek help confidentially.Read more...
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CSUN students sweep streets, pull weeds and go dirty for the sake of a cleaner campus community

CSUN cleaned up on Saturday. OK, no, we’re not talking about a sports game here. Brandon Ansari gets fitted for his t-shirt as he joins an estimated 550 volunteers who gathered at California State University’s Bayramian Lawn to participate in the 4th annual Matador Day of Service to clean up the campus and surrounding community in Northridge on Saturday, September 8, 2018. (Photo by Dan Watson) Tool teepees stand at the ready for volunteers at California State University’s Bayramian Lawn ...
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Must I Do Community Service to Get Into a Good College?

Nope. While it’s true that college campuses seem to be putting more emphasis on community service these days, it’s not crucial that each and every applicant amass hours and hours of volunteer hours. In fact, a report called “Turning the Tide” from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education advocated a more genuine and sustained form of community service as an essential component for admissions—and this report was endorsed by deans of admissions from many of the country’s most selective colleges a...
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There's life after HExit

Photo by Dave Simpson - CrossRhythms Radio It's a funny old life. Just over a year ago I was working full time in Higher Education, as an Associate Professor. My main role was as a teacher educator, and I enjoyed almost 20 years working with great students, and wonderful colleagues. However, as those of you working in universities and colleges will know, it's not a bed of roses, and if anything, life in higher education is becoming more difficult with economic stringencies (cuts), austeri...
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Tokyo Women’s University Accepts Men: “Trans Only”

The female-only Ochanomizu Women’s University in Tokyo will accept male students from 2020, as long as the students “identify” as female. Ochanomizu Women’s University in Tokyo was established in 1875 and has previously only accepted female students. However, the institution’s administrators have decided that from 2020, men who identify as women will be accepted, even […]
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Faculty and alumni honored for teaching and service at Alumni Weekend

The 2018 Alumni Service and Faculty Awards, presented by the University of Chicago Alumni Association and the Alumni Board during the most recent Alumni Weekend, honor those who have shaped the world and strengthened UChicago’s global community. The Norman Maclean Faculty Award recognizes emeritus or senior faculty for extraordinary contributions to teaching and to the student experience of life within the University community. This year’s recipient is Doyal “Al” Harper, professor in the Depart...
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University of Chicago to celebrate Convocation Weekend June 8-9

The University of Chicago is preparing to celebrate Convocation Weekend on June 8 and 9. The weekend kicks off with Class Day, a celebration that includes an invited speaker, the presentation of College awards, and speeches by students from the Class of 2018. The event will be held Friday, June 8, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Main Quadrangles. The University-wide Convocation ceremony will be held Saturday, June 9 from 9:15 to 11 a.m. also in the Main Quadrangles. Later in the day, the College and g...
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How Many Colleges Should I Apply To?

The answer to this question is simple:  at least one. Before you dismiss the simple answer as a weak attempt at wit, consider this:  you can attend only one college. Or for those who transfer from one college to another, you can attend only one college at a time. I have worked with students who have applied to only one college—and been blissfully happy.  These students are able to clarify their priorities with crystalline clarity.  They then have the good sense to recognize when a school matche...
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