The heads of national university associations in 24 European countries have released a joint statement calling for continued “international cooperation and exchange” after last month’s Brexit vote.
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Kambiz Ghazinour would love to persuade more of his Kent State University computer science students to go on to graduate school, but they’re so in demand that most of them head straight into the job market.
Members of the New York City Council want the City University of New York (CUNY) to return to providing a virtually tuition-free college education to local students, but major issues stand in the way.
University of California regents Wednesday approved a sweeping overhaul of board operations, the first in nearly five decades, saying it would free up more time for deeper discussions of crucial issues.
I'm sitting on a psychiatrist's couch in southern Japan, turning the pages of a manga by the artist Torisugari.
"If you want to win the climate change battle, it will be fought in the cities of the world," WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer told participants at a forum on the role of urban areas in the global shift to clean energy.
Temperatures recorded mainly in the northern hemisphere in the first six months of the year, coupled with an early and fast Arctic sea ice melt and "new highs" in heat-trapping carbon dioxide levels, point to quickening climate change
Social science journal editors are asking scholars to produce “impossible results” and creating an environment that encourages “questionable research practices”, according to two academics who have studied the “grey zone” between ethical and unethical research.