CERN Openlab Summer Student Programme in Switzerland, 2019

 Applications are invited for two months CERN summer student program to work on advanced IT projects. Bachelor or master students having completed (by the summer of attending) at least three years of full-time studies at the university level in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Physics are eligible to apply. During two full months corresponding to … Read more

Google announces 130K Scholarships For Indian Students And Developers

 Google India collaborates with online education company Pluralsight and educational organization Udacity to help train 1.3 Lakh developers and students across India and create a technically advanced workforce in India that matches the pace of the Global Village. As part of the programme, Google will fund 100,000 scholarships on the Pluralsight technology learning platform and … Read more

Swansea University Taught Master’s Excellence Scholarships in UK

  The Swansea University is pleased to announce the Taught Master’s Excellence Scholarships. The ward is available for the academic year 2021/22. The program offers £4,000 to excellent non UK/EU students towards tuition fees who want to undertake a  masters degree program. Founded in 1996, the Swansea University is a research-led institution with an outstanding reputation for … Read more

International Volunteer HQ’s Alternative Break Scholarship in New Zealand, 2019

International Volunteer HQ is presenting an Alternative Break Scholarship. This program is accessible to anyone of any nationality who is over the age of 18 at the time of application. An Alternative Break offers both individuals and groups the opportunity to support communities abroad as volunteers on specific social issues such as education, environmental, health and … Read more

Universities will take the cash, even if it’s dirty cash

By Yvonne Abraham Globe Columnist  February 09, 2019 Right now, MIT, Tufts, and other local universities are grappling with important questions: Is it OK to accept tainted money when it funds a just cause? Is it ever right to accept donations that help deplorable people launder their reputations?MIT answered both more or less in the … Read more

Two elected to Harvard Corporation

Timothy R. Barakett ’87, M.B.A. ’93, and Mariano-Florentino (Tino) Cuéllar ’93 have been elected as members of the Harvard Corporation. Both will assume their roles on July 1.Barakett, a native of Canada, is a highly regarded expert in finance, an active investor and philanthropist, and an experienced trustee in education, health care, and beyond. He … Read more

Harvard Students Rally for Ethnic Studies Outside Alumni Conference

More than 50 Harvard students gathered outside the Charles Hotel Friday afternoon to demand the University create a formalized ethnic studies program.The Harvard Ethnic Studies Coalition, which comprises affiliates across the University, organized the event, dubbed “The 47-Year Fight: Student Rally for Ethnic Studies.” Students specifically chose to congregate at noon to attract the attention … Read more

we followed 15 of America’s teachers on a day of frustrations, pressures and hard-earned victories

This story was reported by Beatriz Alvarado, Thyrie Bland, Jason Gonzales, Leigh Guidry, Rick Hampson, Bracey Harris, Lori Higgins, Joe Hong, Austin Humphreys, Kristen Inbody, Annysa Johnson, Byron McCauley, Amanda Oglesby, Kelly Ragan, Meg Ryan, Lindsay Schnell, Devi Shastri and Alden Woods and written by Hampson, USA TODAY Chapters It’s shortly after dawn when Edward … Read more

The Magic of Education Technology

Education Cybersecurity Weekly is a curated weekly news overview for those who are concerned about the Education industry. It provides brief summaries and links to articles and news across a spectrum of cybersecurity and technology topics that are specific to the industry.Yeah, Harry Potter will probably raise his eyebrows but computational thinking seems to have … Read more