The University of California Berkeley is using its recently lowered graduate admissions standards as a selling point in advertisements for master's degree programs. Read more
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Observers welcome efforts to tackle visa fraud but say new compliance efforts must be ‘robust’ Read more
There was never any mystery about the fact that Louis Feutren, a French teacher at St Conleth’s school in south Dublin, was a Nazi collaborator. Read more
A group of Yale doctors and other healthcare researchers recently published a small study that stated there is “anti-Asian racism” in medical school programs and concluded that Asian students are “invisible.” Read more
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has, for the first time, published rules of engagement for civilian hackers involved in conflicts. Read more
Stanford University has agreed to pay the U.S. government nearly $2 million to resolve allegations that it failed to report financial support from foreign sources in applications for federal research grants, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday. Read more
Despite drop in Western students, cheap education and science-focused offerings continue to draw international learners from Russia’s political allies Read more
It’s no secret that artificial intelligence has gripped the higher education sector in more ways than inside the classroom. Although most colleges and universities are scrambling to moderate precisely how students should be allowed to use it, faculty and administrators are inviting its use systemwide. Read more
Most schools had policies before government’s plan, and there are concerns about safety and implications for carers of outright ban Read more
The University of New Brunswick’s philosophy department invited Corey Miller, president of Ratio Christi, a U.S.-based Christian campus apologetics organization, to speak on Sept. 21 on whether Christianity is good or bad for the world. Read more