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The University of Michigan punished a professor for going back on his commitment to write a student a recommendation to study in Israel and plans to review its policy pertaining to academic boycotts.
University of Delaware is changing its policies after a student was able to fool career-services platform Handshake and the institution with a blatantly fraudulent job posting.
With a grant from a non-profit robotics manufacturing institute and some additional support from the state, several state community colleges will be launching a two-year apprenticeship program this spring in advanced robotics.
New international publishing figures confirm China has overtaken US and leading European countries, ahead of schedule
One-third of the world’s food ends up in landfills, while almost a billion people around the globe are hungry.
The humanoid robot by Boston Dynamics is seen running through a field and jumping over a log.
A Colorado college celebrated "Indigenous People’s Day" instead of Columbus Day at an event on Monday, inviting a speaker who argued that the colonization of America was illegal.
Six more institutions are following Georgia Tech’s lead and launching affordable online master’s degrees with edX.
One year after announcing a plan to phase-out its full-time MBA program, officials of the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business unveiled a new strategy to keep students enrolled. And it doesn't involve sitting in a classroom.