01 septembre 2013

Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU)

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 The Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU) is a regional organization founded in January 1996, with the goals of forming a forum for the presidents of leading research-oriented universities in East Asia and of carrying out mutual exchanges between the major universities in the region. The link address is: http://www.aearu.org/

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Undocumented migrants in US gaining improved access to higher education

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/ce988c035aadaf0a6ad0a7a7d51a0fabdf1359a4/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy in New York. Notre Dame and Loyola medical school are just some of the institutions working to improve conditions for undocumented applicants. While the US Congress struggles with passing immigration reform, many lawmakers and educators around the country are finding common ground on initiatives that improve undocumented students' access to higher education. Read more...

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Black Sea Universities Network (BSUN)

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 The Black Sea Universities Network (BSUN) includes nowadays over 100 universities from the 12 member countries of the Economic Cooperation from the Black Sea Region (BSEC) - Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Russian Federation, Turkey and Ukraine. The link address is: http://www.bsun.org/.

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The best productivity apps for students

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/ce988c035aadaf0a6ad0a7a7d51a0fabdf1359a4/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy . The best productivity apps for students. Struggling to get stuff done? Get off Facebook and use the internet to improve your work rate instead. More people are spending more time online, and it's damaging our productivity. As a student the internet, especially social media, can be incredibly distracting and addictive – dangerous, even. Hardcore bloggers are suffering too and the latest trend is to disconnect for a year. Grist writer David Roberts recently announced he's taking a break because 10 years of constant web surfing has started to do strange things to his brain. Read more...

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