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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Articles from & on Academic Institutions Universities

EU FP7 $10 billion for 900,000 jobs

What Business Schools Want??

Admissions Puzzle: Getting the Mix of B-School Students Right 

US AID opens new channels for higher education 

Education First UN Secretary General's programme to promote global education

Master Card Foundation's Scholars Program to fund education in Africa

Keynote address by Bavid Brooks at Brandeis University commencement 

Stanford launches Class2Go, an open-source platform for online classes 

Stanford's professional schools commit to online learning 

Scheduled online courses for August,September2012

Should Student Test Scores Be Used to Evaluate Teachers?

Read some elite views on this topic in this WSJ article.

"HEROIC IMAGINATION" The project that created Awe, Inspiration, Admiration, and even an appreciative message from the Prez. Obama. 

The creator of the project Prof. Phil speaks at the Graduation Ceremony of Stanford University.

Schools of the Future

What will schools look like in the year 2030? Recently,  students collaborated with students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design to come up with some possible answers. Here are some of the visions.

The Best Jobs That Don't Require A Bachelor's Degree...

90 Million Workers Won't Be Needed By 2020.

A Generation Hobbled by the Soaring Cost of college in USA 

Degree of Debt

Tech Firms Scourge College Campuses for Talent

University Of Wisconsin Students Win  NASA Space Habitat competition
University of Wisconsin students topped two other university teams to win the 2011 NASA eXploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge, a competition to design and build a space habitat. The team will now take its inflatable space loft to NASA's annual Desert Research and Technology Studies (Desert RATS) field test in Arizona in September. It will be tested as part of a simulated astronaut mission to an asteroid.

HBR article and Podcast (Audio) "Reverse Innovation" "Create Far from Home and Win Everywhere"
Vijay Govindarajan, Earl C. Daum Professor of International Business, Tuck School at Dartmouth

Stanford University Research "If Money Doesn't Make You Happy, Consider Time"

French Government to Liberalize work permits for overseas students

At MIT’s Human Dynamics Laboratory researchers have developed...

Meet the 'Harvard Business School of China' 05-23

Harvard Vs Wharton. A comparative study

Alums Sue Law School After Failing To Find Work 

Harvard and M.I.T. Team Up to Offer Free Online Courses 

How to Be Happier at Work: 3 Tips MINDA ZETLIN (from the Jolly Good Fellow of Google Chade Meng Tan)

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