Headhunters and scientists have reported waning interest in UK research roles, citing high cost of visas and healthcare as a key deterrent
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An American educator is persuading schools to implement viewpoint diversity in the classroom.
Ibram X. Kendi will be visiting the college on September 20 after incoming students have read his book over the summer.
A PowerPoint marathon or a ‘captured’ lecture will always be a pale imitation of a live experience, in which an expert practitioner taps into ‘the dangerous energy of all those watching eyes’
Campus conversations regarding reparations for African Americans in the U.S. have made headlines. Much less in the limelight are discussions about compensation for Native Americans for perceived stolen land.
Unemployment among recent graduates has risen to levels last seen during the austerity era, with young people worst affected by job shortages due to the pandemic, according to official data.
Harvard, Caltech, Cornell and Duke all experience significant drops while internationals move up
Community colleges continued to see the largest enrollment declines this fall, with 9.5 percent fewer students enrolled. Experts say two-year colleges have focused on retaining existing students this year.
Through public records requests, Campus Reform obtained thirty-two universities’ agreements with the Confucius Institute Headquarters in China.
Several science educators are calling for increased gender diversity representations in widely used science textbooks after they reviewed chemistry and biology textbooks and determined the books mostly cite male scientists.