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Knox Faculty Member Unveils Study Findings in Zambia

Gail Ferguson's latest research project unearthed an intriguing and potentially ground-breaking idea for psychologists: People sometimes develop a powerful cultural connection to a country...

Horrors! Davidson Professors Book Explores Music in Scary Movies

by John Syme The sound of fear is the sound of music for Associate Professor of Music Neil Lerner. His book Music in the Horror Film:...

Why Women Still Need Their Own Month and Their Own Colleges

by Nancy Oliver Gray President, Hollins University by Nancy Oliver Gray, President of Hollins University Thirty-three years ago, a high school teacher named Molly Murphy MacGregor proposed...

St. Olaf College sets the pace for a new computing education

When giants in the computer industry put out a call last year for a new style of computing education, St. Olaf faculty member Dick...

Americans’ Pathological Avoidance of Touch

by Matthew J. HertensteinAssociate Professor of Psychology, DePauw University Headlines from the last few years about clergy and teachers...

Renowned Physicist Freeman Dyson to Discuss Global Warming Debate at Furman

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Physicist and futurist Freeman Dyson will examine another side of the global warming debate in a lecture at Furman...

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Education Department Reiterates More Int’l Students Could Begin Returning to Australia in 2022

International students might be able to return to their Australian education institutions through small phased programs by the end of this year...

UK: Unaccompanied Students Under 18 Arriving From Red Countries Can Isolate in Accommodation Offered by Their Unis

Travelers entering the United Kingdom from red list countries during the past ten days before their arrival in England are subject to...

Australia: International Students Expected to Return to New South Wales By End of 2021

Hundreds of international students are expected to return to New South Wales by the end of 2021, following the finalization of the...

EU Commission Launches New Erasmus+ App, Digitalizes European Student Card

The European Commission has launched the new Erasmus+ application, available in all EU languages. The program will provide each student with a...

Number of Chinese Students in Australia Remains Stable Despite COVID-19

Despite the overall decrease in the number of international students pursuing higher education in Australia, the country's universities have continued to enroll...