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Study: Student debt worst at universities with highest-paid presidents

Spanish Universities

By Renee Lewis Executives at 25 universities saw 14 percent higher salary increase than national average after 2008 recession Student debt and the hiring of relatively low-paid adjunct faculty rather than full-time professors have grown fastest at public universities with the highest-paid presidents, a new report found. University president pay has risen dramatically in the aftermath of the 2008 financial ... Read More »

UCF ranks among nation’s most applied-to universities

University of Central Florida

It’s common knowledge that University of Central Florida is the largest university in Florida. Turns out, the university could bill itself as the state’s most frequently applied-to school, as well. The site eCollegeFinder recently designed a map that portrays the most applied-to college in each state based on the number of undergraduate applications the institutions received. UCF, centrally located in ... Read More »

Taiwan, US universities set up joint language research center

National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and Pennsylvania State University in the United States announced the establishment of an international research center to promote Chinese language learning. The Advanced Research Center for the Study of Learning Sciences, which will be set up at NTNU, will be devoted to three major fields — language science, science education and learning technology, university officials ... Read More »

University of Pune, Penn State varsity to offer joint degree programmes

Pennsylvania State University

The University of Pune (UoP) and the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), one of the oldest state universities in the United States, are planning to introduce collaborative degree programmes as part of a broad agreement signed by the two universities here on Wednesday. The collaboration aims to further mutually beneficial education and research. “This is a first-of-its-kind comprehensive agreement we ... Read More »

Texting affects language and grammar skills: study

This definitely is not a LOL matter! According to a new research by an Indian-origin professor, text messaging could lead to declining language and grammar skills in tweens. The research by S Shyam Sundar from Pennsylvania State University and colleagues from Northwestern University found that the use of shortcuts while texting may hinder a tween’s ability to switch between techspeak ... Read More »

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