Some 420 pupils received live carp as a reward for outstanding academic performance in their recently concluded final exam on Friday in Sanjiang Dong autonomous county, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Read more
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The Biden administration has taken steps to make the U.S. more attractive to international talent, including expanding eligibility for some foreign STEM students to participate in a popular postgraduation work program. Read more
The communications department at Viterbo University has told employees to use the phrase “all” genders in place of “both” genders. Read more
Conservative groups across the US, often linked to deep-pocketed rightwing donors, are carrying out a campaign to ban books from school libraries, often focused on works that address race, LGBTQ issues or marginalized communities. Read more
A flying car capable of hitting speeds over 100mph (160kmh) and altitudes above 8,000ft (2,500m) has been issued with a certificate of airworthiness by the Slovak Transport Authority. Read more
It will offer an accredited online Global Management and Entrepreneurship Certificate that will help people in developing countries learn some basic business skills. Read more
University of North Dakota President Armacost announced the cancelation earlier today. Read more
Scotland’s first black professor has accused fellow academics of discrimination after an explosive row over Edinburgh’s links with slavery prompted calls for him to quit as chair of two groups re-examining the city’s history. Read more
The University of Pennsylvania announced plans on January 18 to start proceedings that could end in suspension or termination for Professor Amy Wax. Read more
Institutions that work with the federal government are required to maintain certain security controls to protect covered information systems. Read more