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Win a Frank Islam Fellowship to study journalism in the US

A mid-career reporter from India will spend six months at the Missouri School of Journalism and at the staff of a major US newsroom.

Book Review: How College Works

Great teachers are more important than the course, and even two or three good friends make a significant difference academically as well as socially.

Warren Buffett's folksy advice to MBA students

The legendary investor told students that a wonderful group of friends is the biggest asset

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.

"Most Well-ranked US Schools Accept Students only for a Ph.D."

US universities that don’t need the cash don’t offer a Master’s program in Economics, but concentrate their resources on the Ph.D. “Nowadays, most good Economics departments only accept students for the Ph.D. program,” said Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Economics and the Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy in the School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA), at Columbia University.

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.

Two Harvard juniors win election with viral campaign rap video

The video racked up 5 million views on Twitter with Democrats Kamala Harris and Cory Booker reaching out to the students.

Trump to get tough on H-1B visas: whose loss will it be anyway?

The High-Skilled Integrity and Fairness Act of 2017 sets to clampdown on H-1B and L1 visas by reforming the programmes.

US universities adopt risky strategy to check sharp decline in student numbers

The charm of US as an international study destination is fading. To check that, universities are adopting new strategies to lure students. Are they sound? Will they work? We look at them in brief.

MIT Tata Center searches for solutions to India′s air pollution crisis

The Tata Center offers several courses as a part of MIT's catalog with particular applicability to engineering skills for the developing world

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