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For students navigating the shift from school and college to university, working life can feel light years away and its tempting to put all thoughts of jobs and a career to one side. A survey by the…

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Schools and universities across the United States are split on whether to open for the fall semester, thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Albion College, a small liberal arts school in Michigan, said in June it would allow its nearly 1,500 students to return to campus for the new academic year starting in August. Lectures would…

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Startups Tap a New Talent Pool: Pandemic-Weary College Students (bloomberg.com) Posted by msmash on Monday August 17, 2020 @10:05AM from the closer-look dept. To many college students, the prospect of a year of school during a pandemic — with virtual classes, restricted movements and no parties — is a huge bummer. Some Silicon Valley startups,…

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In a paper published on the preprint server Arxiv.org, researchers affiliated with West Virginia University and California State Polytechnic University investigate the use of machine learning algorithms to identify at-risk students in introductory physics classes. They claim it could be a powerful tool for educators and struggling college students alike, but critics argue technologies like…

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In April, just a few weeks after the spring semester pivoted unceremoniously to digital, Catherine Klapperich, a biomedical engineering professor at Boston University, was thinking about the fall. The Boston area had been inundated with Covid-19 cases, and at the time, tests remained scant. But the university had come to her with an unfathomable question:…

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Pedestrians in Harvard Yard in 2019. Schools and businesses have gone to court to stop the Trump administration from barring online-only international students from entering or staying in the United States. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption toggle caption Charles Krupa/AP Pedestrians in Harvard Yard in 2019. Schools and businesses have gone to court to stop the…

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(Reuters) – When the phone rang Tuesday morning, Raul Romero had barely slept. The 21-year-old Venezuelan, on a scholarship at Ohio’s Kenyon College, had spent hours pondering his options after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that international students taking classes fully online for the fall semester would have to transfer to a school…

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(Reuters) – When the phone rang Tuesday morning, Raul Romero had barely slept. The 21-year-old Venezuelan, on a scholarship at Ohio’s Kenyon College, had spent hours pondering his options after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that international students taking classes fully online for the fall semester would have to transfer to a school…

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Image copyright EPA Image caption Harvard University has said all teaching will be moved online Politicians and academics have criticised a decision to withdraw US visas from foreign students whose courses move fully online.US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said people could face deportation unless they changed to an institution with in-person tuition.A number of…