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5 graduate programs to kickstart your international affairs career

If you’re interested in global issues relating to security, economy and business, development, or environmental policy, a master’s in International Relations may be just the thing for you.

Meet the Livewire Comedian: Radhika Vaz

She might be funny now, but Radhika Vaz wasn’t always headed down that path – she started out with a postgraduate degree in Advertising. Vaz spoke with braingainmag about pursuing a career that fulfilled her passion, and the best advice she ever received.

Professors Can Turn Off Your Phones Remotely

South Korean educators adopt the iSmartKeeper app, while US professors use Flipd to stop students from using their smartphones in class.

Look beyond the Ivy League: Entrepreneur Sanjay Govil′s advice to students

US-based businessman Sanjay Govil studied at both Ivy League and non-Ivy schools, and he says the most important thing is to match your interests with the strengths of the universities you apply to

5 Questions with Soumi De: PhD Student at Syracuse University

What is it like to be part of the biggest scientific discovery in recent years? We mean the Gravitational waves, which Einstein spoke about a 100 years ago. Soumi De, PhD student, researcher and member of the LIGO group, spoke to BrainGain magazine about her academics, and research work at Syracuse University, as well as her future plans.

Syracuse University is a place for people from all backgrounds: Chancellor Kent Syverud condemns on-campus hate

The Syracuse University Chancellor has issued a strong statement condemning student prejudice, and declaring the university is a stronghold of liberal values.

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