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By any definition, 2017 was a tumultuous year, so I was pleased (and not at all surprised) to see BSR kick off 2018 with a new report: Redefining Sustainable Business, which showcases how sustainability is implemented inside companies.
Three liberal arts colleges in Michigan team with the company to share courses via interactive whiteboards and videoconferencing. The results could be transformative, participants say.
A judge has accused a university professor of “diminishing the importance of the role of an expert witness” after he allegedly plagiarised others’ work in court and made assertions “without any basis in research or fact”.
Digital transformation is revolutionising Australian education
"Just because you are splashing in the water does not mean you are swimming."
Stanford, while previously adamant in promoting campus free expression, has struggled after posters on immigration were posted in a dormitory, challenging the consistency of the university’s policies.
Professional certificates expedite job training and are a booming business for institutions like Sinclair Community College, where certificates last year made up more than 60 percent of the academic credentials awarded by the school.
While the price of Bitcoin has dropped since Christmas, the virtual currency boom has shown no signs of cooling off in the more august precincts of America’s elite universities.
Academics need to ask themselves whether they discriminate against overseas scholars on the basis of their home country, according to a researcher who found evidence of a “caste system” in global academia.