UMass Amherst Researcher Anuj Pradhan Awarded Toyota Grants for Driver Studies

AMHERST, MA--Anuj Pradhan, assistant professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at UMass Amherst, has received a total of $745,468 from the Toyota Collaborative Safety...

Harsh Patel receives AMTA and Bureau of Reclamation Fellowship for Membrane Technology

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University of Michigan Department of Chemical Engineering PhD student, Harsh Patel recently received an American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and United States Bureau of Reclamation Fellowship...

How to help your kids return to class

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By Liz Mineo Harvard Staff Writer  As children return to school, they will not be the only ones with plenty of homework to do. Parents, teachers,...

Bangladesh emerges as the New MBBS Abroad Destination for Indian Students

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Kolkata --The experiences that one has at a medical college last a lifetime and play a pivotal role in developing one's personality and career...

Free College Admissions Webinar and Diagnostic Test on Sunday Feb 7 at Academy of...

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BURLINGTON, MA--Academy of Creative Arts is bringing college admissions counselling, profile building and standardized test prep (SAT, ACT, Subject SAT & AP Classes) to...

Women Who Win Launches Free Mentorship & Career Guidance Program: Deadline to Apply is...

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BOSTON--The Women Who Win team is kicking-off it Mentorship & Career Exploration Program this fall. The program is open to women of the ages...

MIT Student Nidhi Juthani: Bridging the Worlds of Research and Industry

CAMBRIDGE, MA--MIT Graduate student Nidhi Juthani was not content with just one graduate degree. Instead, she decided to earn two in one fell swoop,...

Mansi Jain Crowned Two Awards at Northeastern University’s RISE:2016

BOSTON-- Mansi Jain, a software engineering student and data analytics enthusiast at the Northeastern University, won two awards at RISE:2016, the university’s Research, Innovation,...

Inspiration: from homelessness and a failed Army stint to Dartmouth and Harvard Law School

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By Elaine McArdle HLS Correspondent/Harvard Gazette  In the fall of 2010, Brad Carney ’24 couldn’t stand what he saw in the mirror. Depressed and friendless after leaving...

Indian-origin kid wins top prize in US science contest; half of all finalists are...

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New York-- Indian-origin Akilan Sankaran has won the top prize in the nation's leading science competition with a computer programme using "antiprime numbers" that can...

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