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The growing gender imbalance in higher ed: Where have all the boys gone?

By Tue, Jun 30, 2015 10:02AM UTC 0 Comment

Higher education institutes have traditionally been dominated by men over the centuries. However since the 1970s there has been a big shift in the gender balance, reaching a tipping point in the 1990s when women began to outnumber men in university enrollments. This is not just the case in the EU, US, and Australia. Many...

The Ivy League prejudice: why highly qualified Asian-American students are likely to face rejection

By Thu, Jun 25, 2015 4:10PM UTC 0 Comment

A former Ivy League admissions dean and founder of Admissions Revolution has claimed that Asian-American students face significant prejudice in the application process for competitive schools and colleges....

Caught on Camera: Top Film Schools and the story of modern day Filmmaking

By Mon, May 18, 2015 3:10AM UTC 1 Comment

Since the early days of cinema, with the dawn of the 20th Century and simple standing only projection rooms showing single-take short films, to today’s modern film, TV & media industry, the complex nature of filmmaking has proved to be ever changing, always on the cusp of technological advancement and forever with one step in...

Japan and US first ladies promote student exchanges

By Wed, Apr 29, 2015 12:49PM UTC 15 Comments

GREAT FALLS, Va. (AP) — Michelle Obama says all of America's students should have the opportunity to interact with kids from other countries so they can learn about each other....

Revolutions in Engineering: Engineering Education for the Future

By Tue, Apr 21, 2015 9:44PM UTC 25 Comments

As our modern world continues to become increasingly complex, the need for those with the skills to solve the problems of tomorrow will only grow in importance. While it might be surprising to hear, engineers may be the only people qualified to solve many of these new problems. Engineering is about finding practical solutions to...