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Economics / Business - Administration - 03.03.2020

Administration - Social Sciences - 02.03.2020

Economics / Business - Administration - 28.02.2020

Computer Science - Administration - 28.02.2020

Administration - 27.02.2020
Seven Questions with... Carol Paige
This week we meet Carol Paige, who is the Democracy, Operations and Community Sabbatical Officer at Students' Union UCL.

Innovation - Administration - 27.02.2020
Multi-million pound grant to unlock 5G potential in rural Wales
A collaborative project to be delivered by experts at Cardiff University is aiming to unlock the potential of 5G technology in rural Wales.

Economics / Business - Administration - 26.02.2020
As humanity’s relationship with AI grows, experts call for protective framework
Scientists have proposed a new international framework to keep ethics and human wellbeing at the forefront of our relationship with technology. We're facing a fourth industrial revolution through the rapid development of AI and technology - but as our relationship with AI grows, so does its potential to disrupt our lives.

Administration - 20.02.2020

Administration - 19.02.2020
3 Questions: MIT's Quality of Life Survey is here
3 Questions: MIT’s Quality of Life Survey is here
The survey, deployed every four years, is a unique, confidential forum for community input.

Environment - Administration - 16.02.2020
UCL-led centre to investigate challenges of net zero future
New funding for the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), which extends across 20 institutions and is hosted by the UCL Energy Institute, will enable engineers, social scientists and natural scientists to conduct vital research into the challenges of a net zero emissions future.

Administration - Social Sciences - 14.02.2020

Administration - Career - 14.02.2020
Outside analysis shows University of Minnesota competitive on administrative spending
An external review of the University of Minnesota's administrative costs showed the University to be around the median of its peers in almost all measures, and in some cases among the leaders in a wide variety of categories related to investment in mission-focused activities and staff.

Social Sciences - Administration - 12.02.2020

Administration - Computer Science - 12.02.2020

Administration - 10.02.2020

Administration - Social Sciences - 06.02.2020
Coronavirus crisis exposes fundamental tension in governing China
Organizational sociology may not be the first academic field people tend to look to for an explanation of the origins of a public health crisis such as the spreading Wuhan coronavirus, but from the p

Politics - Administration - 04.02.2020

Administration - Politics - 31.01.2020
Israeli West Bank settlements may have dangerous consequences, experts say
Israeli West Bank settlements may have dangerous consequences, experts say
As President Donald Trump unveils his new Middle East peace plan , experts in the Center for the Middle East at Rice's Baker Institute for Public Policy say the administration's green light for the e

Administration - 31.01.2020

Social Sciences - Administration - 28.01.2020
Surging Sanders leads in California primary, says Berkeley IGS Poll
The presidential campaign of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has advanced in California with strong support from young voters and Latinx voters.

Administration - Health - 28.01.2020

Economics / Business - Administration - 28.01.2020
China in 2020 - what can we expect?
Last Saturday 25 January was Chinese New Year. As we move into the year of the rat, experts at the University of Sydney share their thoughts on what we can expect from China in 2020.

Innovation - Administration - 23.01.2020

Administration - 22.01.2020
UofG research will look at the worldwide map of contemporary Burns Suppers
He is Scotland's national bard and an iconic Scottish figure known around the world. And every year on the birthday of Robert Burns - 25 January - we celebrate his life and enduring legacy with haggis, whisky and poetry.

Administration - 16.01.2020
Police platform patrols create 'phantom effect' that cuts crime in Tube stations
Police platform patrols create ’phantom effect’ that cuts crime in Tube stations
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Computer Science - Administration - 15.01.2020
As world awaits Doomsday Clock announcement, a look at its UChicago roots
Most of the people who built the first atomic bomb did not know what they were doing. But the scientists did.

Politics - Administration - 14.01.2020
What will shape our world in 2020?
In 2020, unrest in Hong Kong, political turbulence in Australia, and spats over social media will continue to dominate the news.

Administration - Career - 10.01.2020
Letter from President Reif: Learning from the facts and taking action
The following email was sent today to the MIT community by President L. Rafael Reif.

Career - Administration - 10.01.2020
Jeffrey Epstein and MIT: FAQs
Today, January 10, 2020, the Executive Committee of the MIT Corporation released the fact-finding report it commissioned to help the Institute understand the origins.
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