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UC Merced was chosen as one of a dozen campuses across the nation to participate in a new program, Pathways to Innovation, designed to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship among undergraduate engineering students. Engineering graduates have the
Jean-Christian Vinel Jean-Christian Vinel teaches American history at the University Paris-Diderot. He is the author of The Employee: A Political History , published by the University of Pennsylvania Press in 2013...Last week, the strike at the
Tyler acknowledged that City College hired three vice chancellors at a pay rate above the official published salary. The admission has left a bitter taste among the college faculty and an air of distrust between the two parties. The acknowledgment
The annual conference of the Imagination and Ingenuity Institute (i2) titled Impossibility to Impact, which celebrates the graduation of the first group of students enrolled in the institute's fellowship program, will be held in Riyadh on Feb. 17.
State law requires that 10 days' notice be given prior to a strike. In explaining the decision to strike, the union told its members that bargaining sessions have been unproductive, and that the two sides have met for just one hour during the past
A veteran professor at Miramar College has complained to administrators about what she sees as an abuse of taxpayer funds: that faculty members are paid to work at least 30 hours each week on campus but often don't, especially in the days leading up
Simkins, expert in pedagogy, tells the writer that student-interactive practices can significantly increase learning in a variety of disciplines. India and the U.S. grapple with certain similar questions about their respective higher education
With her new campus keys in hand, Cynthia Gilley let out a squeal as she spotted the white-and-black nameplate posted on the wall next to her office door...I'm really excited about this sign, Gilley said as she unlocked the door and peered inside...
The emails make it sound like an easy way for homeowners to pocket an quick $1,000 to $1,500. But the practice of allowing a single home to be rented for a weekend could run afoul of municipal law. This is not the first time businesses have
Society" class on the Boulder campus, she announced Thursday. "After more than a month marked by trauma, turmoil and great emotional distress for my family and myself, I am proud to say that the University of Colorado has backed down from their