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Virtual College Tours Offer Students Unique Look at Campuses

YouVisit's platform has helped 10 million US high school and international students visit 600 different college campuses

MIT is investing $1 billion in an artificial intelligence college

MIT President L Rafael Reif said the bold new initiative will shape MIT as an “intellectual foundry” for powerful new AI tools.

How universities accommodate students with disabilities

People with disabilities are a sizeable portion of any population, and in many countries the law requires public and private institutions to make efforts to be inclusive. Here's how Penn State upholds its values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Petroleum engineering graduates are the hottest commodity in the US

Being a petroleum engineer can mean traveling to far flung drilling and well sites to develop methods for extracting, producing and refining oil and gas.

Book Review: Think Like A Freak

The authors offer a blueprint for an entirely new way to solve problems.

Making the best choice between your acceptance offers

So you’ve received the reward of all your hard work in terms of multiple admission offers from universities, and now have to make your choice. Katherine Ernst Mehta advises you how in the second of a 12-part series on U.S. College Admissions 101.

Harrisburg University Offers Full-time Scholarships to Gamers

Sixteen students are awarded full academic scholarships by the leading American STEM university after tryouts for players from around the world.

Straight Talk: Studying in the US is safer than driving a car in India

While gun violence and visa-related uncertainties are understandable concerns, it is undeniable that the quality of American higher education is excellent

Indian-origin academic, Anantha P Chandrakasan, named Dean of MITs School of Engineering

MIT, one of the world’s best schools, has named an Indian-origin academic as dean of its School of Engineering.

US colleges risk losing federal funds if they take a dime from China

President Trump's trade war takes an unexpected victim in the shape of popular Confucius Institutes which dot US college campuses.

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