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Campus - Health - 29.09.2020
Pandemic takeaway: Time to waive GRE requirement for public health degrees
As colleges and universities have wrestled with the question of what to do about standardized entrance exams during COVID-19, several public health programs have found a temporary solution by waiving the requirement, says a University of Michigan doctoral candidate.

Mechanical Engineering - Campus - 29.09.2020
$11.4M Army grant supports aircraft hybrid-electric engine research at UW-Madison
University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers are leading research to pave the way for hybrid-electric engines that power uncrewed aircraft systems.

Campus - Economics / Business - 29.09.2020

Campus - Social Sciences - 29.09.2020

Health - Campus - 29.09.2020

Campus - Health - 27.09.2020
Welcome Village: succesful warm welcome for the international students
Welcome Village: succesful warm welcome for the international students
During September, Ghent University received about 500 students in the Welcome Village at Home Vermeylen.

Computer Science - Campus - 27.09.2020
A new member of Ghent University makes an entrance: welcome to supercomputer Hortense!
A new member of Ghent University makes an entrance: welcome to supercomputer Hortense!
Boasting a RAM memory of almost 100 TB, a top performance reaching 3.3 petaflops, ... Hortense has quite a list of accolades.

Campus - 25.09.2020
Stanford statement on proposed visa-duration rule
Stanford will strongly oppose a proposed federal rule issued Friday by the Department of Homeland Security, which would have wide-ranging effects on international students and scholars who hold F or J visas.

Campus - 25.09.2020
Shuttle Service Steps Up Bus Cleaning, Social Distancing
As part of COVID-19 precautions, CMU adds route to Squirrel Hill Carnegie Mellon University's Shuttle and Escort services keep people on the move while the pandemic lingers.

Campus - Economics / Business - 25.09.2020

Physics - Campus - 25.09.2020
UChicago to partner on transformative QuSTEAM quantum education initiative
A group of scientists from five universities across the Midwest, including the University of Chicago, will lead an effort to redesign quantum science education-working with industry and national laboratories to develop a diverse, capable and effective quantum workforce.

Social Sciences - Campus - 25.09.2020
How ’race’ came into being
Race is an often implicit lens through which we view and understand the world. Acknowledging the fundamental role racism played in the founding of the United States is more urgent than ever, a panel of academics explained on Friday, Sept.

Campus - Career - 24.09.2020
UC San Diego Helping More Californians Gain Skills, Degrees
Approximately 10 percent of freshmen and transfer entrants begin their degree coursework at University of California campuses but never complete their degrees.

Health - Campus - 24.09.2020

Campus - Social Sciences - 24.09.2020

Campus - Health - 23.09.2020

Campus - Social Sciences - 23.09.2020

Campus - Computer Science - 23.09.2020
Roborace Team Prepares for First Competition
CMU enters the first U.S. team in the international autonomous vehicle race An autonomous car programmed by a Carnegie Mellon University student team will race for the first time Sept.