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David S. Lee named provost of Princeton University

Princeton University

David S. Lee, professor of economics and public affairs and the director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University, will become provost effective July 1. Lee’s appointment was announced June 5 by Christopher L. Eisgruber, who has been provost since 2004 and will become the 20th president of the University on July 1. “I am delighted that David Lee ... Read More »

Johns Hopkins names Columbia University administrator as provost

JHU Provost Robert C Lieberman

A Columbia University administrator is taking over a top post at Johns Hopkins University. Robert C. Lieberman will take on the role of provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Hopkins July 1. Lieberman is currently the interim dean of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. “Rob brings a scholarly record and leadership experience, clearly marked with ... Read More »

2013 Postdoctoral Researcher Position at Columbia University, USA

Columbia University

The Brain Imaging Lab at Columbia University announces Postdoctoral Researcher Position. The position is being offered in the field of magnetic resonance imaging at Columbia University in USA. About Scholarship: The Brain Imaging Lab at Columbia University invites applications for an immediately available Postdoctoral Researcher position in the field of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).The primary responsibility of this position includes post-processing and ... Read More »

Zuckerman pledges $200 million to Columbia University

Columbia University

Donation by Jewish communal leader and billionaire will fund institute devoted to the human brain Mort Zuckerman has pledged $200 million to endow a Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University. The Zuckerman Institute will pursue cutting-edge research in neurobiology and deeper insights into human mental functions in both health and disease, according to a university statement. Among other things, ... Read More »

Stanford University gains foothold in China with Beijing center

On the walls of the stunning new multimillion-dollar Stanford Center here are hand-painted Chinese landscapes and scenes from the Palo Alto, California, campus — signs of a new cross-Pacific partnership that offers great promise as well as some perils for the university. On the walls of the stunning new multimillion-dollar Stanford Center here are hand-painted Chinese landscapes and scenes from ... Read More »

US give Croatians chance to train at prestigious universities

Croatia is once again participating in the prestigious academic mobility program called the Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP), funded by the U.S. government. The program provides teachers at Croatian higher education institutions the possibility of obtaining scholarships for training at top American universities. The JFDP is a U.S. government program designed for teachers in the social and humanitarian sciences who ... Read More »

Anyone can go to Harvard; Ivys offer free online classes

Let’s do some math. Suppose you were a member of the incoming freshmen class. Even if you received Seattle U’s largest widely available scholarship, you would still end up paying more than $72,000 for tuition over the next four years — assuming tuition costs don’t rise, which they probably will. That cost doesn’t include a room, a meal plan or ... Read More »

Five MoUs signed between M’sian institutions and US counterparts

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak witnessed the signing of five memoranda of understanding between Malaysian research universities and their counterparts in the United States, ranging in areas from nanotechnology to human capital development. The Prime Minister, who chaired the second Global Science and Innovation Advisory Council (GSIAC) meeting, witnessed the ex-changing of the documents at the New York Academy of ... Read More »

QS Releases top universities guide for ’12

University of Cambridge tops the list QS (Asia Quacquarelli Symonds) has recently released its Top Universities Guide for 2012, outlining the top 200 universities all over the world, as well as the top 100 in specific fields, such as Arts & Humanities, and Sciences, etc. The criteria stated by QS in order to evaluate these rankings are as follows; 40% ... Read More »

2012-2013 TC Scholarship to Undergraduate and Graduate Minority and International Students

Teachers College at Columbia University offers Scholarship to Graduate and Undergraduate Minority and International students, New York, 2012 2013  Scholarship for: US Citizen and Non US Citizens Scholarship: Teachers College at Columbia University Level of Study: Undergraduate and Graduate Subjects: Subject offered by University Duration: 1 Year  Eligibility: (1) International students are eligible for all sources of scholarship aid (2) ... Read More »

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