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Magazine articles on college and university education, administration, programs, and trends.
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IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Andy Hospodor & Joe Hospodor
Robo-Girls Know the Way to San Jose An unprecedented seven all-girl teams brought their best robots to San Jose State University to compete in the Robotics Silicon Valley Regional match. The routes they took to the competition were as different as their robots. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Fast Company
April 1, 2007
Jackie Dishner
Life in the Desert Life in the Sonoran Desert seems hardly possible at all. That makes it the perfect laboratory for Arizona State University's new School of Sustainability, which began classes in January for its first six graduate students. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
April 16, 2007
Christoph Guttentag
The College Crunch: Why Getting In Has Gotten So Tough For many American families, March Madness refers not to a basketball tournament but to the ever-increasing anxiety in the weeks before colleges mail their acceptance letters. mark for My Articles 376 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
March 30, 2007
Katherine Burger
A Consortium of U.S. Technology and Academic Organizations Addresses the Decline in Math and Science Graduates. Although information technology added $2 trillion to the economy, the U.S. lags Asia in math and science graduates; the Tapping America's Potential technology consortium aims to rouse Congress to action. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
March 28, 2007
Roy Mark
Bill Would Hand Colleges Cash For Anti-Piracy Legislation would allow colleges and universities to apply for anti-piracy funding. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
March 2007
Lisa Rossbacher
Scouting for Geologists Helping young people learn about geology through earning scouting merit badges should be a much larger outreach effort. All the geoscience professional societies can play a role, as well as college and university geology departments. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
March 22, 2007
David Needle
IBM Makes Software, Web, Accessibility Push Research finds accessibility rarely included in computer science curriculum. IBM announced an initiative to give teachers wider access to learning material about assistive technologies. mark for My Articles 358 similar articles
IDB America
February 2007
Paul Constance
IDBAmerica announces 2006 scholarship competition winners Stories about donating breast milk for premature infants in Uruguay, taming an invasive tree in rural Argentina, and fair trade program for indigenous women in Mexico were selected as winners in IDBAmerica's third annual scholarship competition. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
March 2007
MacFadden & DeSantis
No More Ivory Tower: Communicating Geoscience to Society Traditionally, geoscience students have had few opportunities to engage in public outreach projects as part of their formal education. Yet their participation in broader impact activities can improve public understanding of science in the immediate future. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
March 19, 2007
Lynn O'Shaughnessy
Scholarships: Not Just For The Needy Why schools are giving more scholarship money to affluent kids. mark for My Articles 348 similar articles
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