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Harvard University alumna Carole Reading talks to St. Peter's Prep sophomore Christian Butts and his father Timothy at the Hudson County College Fair hosted by Saint Peter's University on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 in Jersey City.
Two theoretical physicists in the US have made a surprising connection between dinosaur extinction and dark matter.
Boston architect Jorge Silvetti and 12 of his Harvard design students have proposed concepts for the considerable challenge of preserving Menokin, a ruinous 18th-century plantation house on the Northern Neck.
Higher education is in a "period of great experimentation" in the field of online learning, President Hennessy told a Berkeley audience last week, adding that he is confident its successes and failures will lead to new approaches to teaching that will benefit students.
The HCI Group, a leading provider of health care information technology strategy and enterprise consulting services to health care organizations, has named Dr. William Bria as its chief medical information officer and Robert Steele, formerly senior director of applied clinical informatics at the corporate level for Tenet Healthcare, Dallas, Texas, ... (more)
A former Skegness Grammar School pupil, has been elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts and follows in the footsteps of some of the world's greatest minds.
Cato University is the Cato Institute's premier educational event of the year. This annual program brings together outstanding faculty and participants from across the country and, often, from around the globe-all sharing a commitment to liberty and learning.
Turn to the termite, the unlikely inspiration for an autonomous robotic construction crew developed by Harvard University scientists and engineers.
In light of the USC Panhellenic Council's recent announcement that it will be moving the beginning of sorority recruitment to several days before USC's fall semester begins, a question comes to mind: What's the rush? Next fall this will be the question more than ever before - most sorority-hopefuls will be three days into rush before they ever set ... (more)
For too many in Alabama, the ladder to the top is a rickety, unsteady contraption that's missing a few rungs.
Consider the microbes who eat electricity as part of their diet. Researchers describe microbe that 'eats' electricity.
The award-winning broadcast journalist Soledad O'Brien doesn't shy away from difficult subjects.
Alexander Diaz feels like he serves as an example to his community that it is possible to achieve anything in life.
Many are captivated with tombs and mummies, maybe it's due to the popular movies of Indiana Jones.
I thought I was thoroughly familiar with junk mail until we began the college-application process.
The seven members of the Judicial Nomination Commission are currently reviewing applications and taking public comment on the 15 candidates who have applied to fill a vacancy on the Montana Supreme Court.