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Nagpur: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has named a man from Nagpur, Parimal Kotpalliwar, as the main accused in the case of proxy candidates for the National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET) held on September 12. Kotpalliwar, director of a career counseling center in Nandanvan, is not new to the exam rigging controversies, as …

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The tenure is making headlines again, and not in a good way. Maybe you’ve read articles about Harvard’s tenure denial to Lorgia Garcia Pena and Cornell West. You’ve certainly heard that MacArthur Prize and Pulitzer Prize winner Nikole Hannah-Jones was initially denied tenure at the University of North Carolina. Yet even as tenure denials raise …

Rules of the Order of Robert was first published in 1876. And today it continues to influence many organizations that use the book, including colleges, universities, and academic organizations. Princeton University Press has just published the original book along with an essay by Christopher P. Loss, associate professor of education and history at Vanderbilt University, …

DETROIT, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – University of Detroit Mercy (Detroit Mercy) was ranked among the top 200 national universities by American News and World Report for the third consecutive year, obtaining the 187th rank in the National Universities category of the 2022 edition of the “Best Colleges” of the publication. Twelve others …

A Caucasian male professor is “canceled” for inappropriate and callous acts that provoke outrage from students. Another teacher frequently interrupts his co-teacher, completely changing the focus of the class discussion. A young black professor struggles for tenure. Did all of this happen on Netflix’s “The Chair” or did it happen at Harvard? The answer is, …

Xiao Qi Ji, one of the best newcomers to Washington. Photo courtesy of the National Zoo. Best New Arrival Photograph of Young by Melanie Dunea. Kevin Young, Museum Director An exciting addition to the art scene, Kevin Young is an archivist, collector, and poet who now heads the National Museum of African American History and …

OTTAWA – The University of Ottawa mourns the passing of Gee-Gees football player Francis Perron, who died shortly after the Gee-Gees’ first game of the season. In a statement posted on the Gee-Gees website, University of Ottawa President Jacques Fremont said Perron died shortly after Saturday’s game between the Gee-Gees and the University of Toronto …

The state’s largest teachers’ union criticizes the MCAS test, saying it “has allowed white supremacy to flourish in public schools” and approved legislation designed to rethink the standardized test. “Public schools in predominantly black and brown communities have been taken over by state bureaucrats who have used standardized testing as a tool not to improve …

The vote came after the group voted for the first time and rejected a broader demand: to approve the third injection in all Americans 16 years and older six months after being fully immunized. Dr Steven Pergam, medical director of infection prevention at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, expressed concern that the recommendation approved by the …