Limbaugh Loses Almost 100 Sponsors In Scandal's Wake
March 15 2012 7:53 AM EDT
The conservative radio host provoked the advertiser pullout by calling law student Sandra Fluke a slut and a prostitute after she had discussed with members of Congress her support of insurance coverage for contraceptives.
World Bank President? White House Holding Tongue
February 16 2012 4:31 PM EST
Now that President Barack Obama must nominate a new President of the World Bank, he’s keeping his mouth shut, especially in an election year.
U.S. IT Jobs Market: Can it Survive Globalization?
February 10 2012 5:35 PM EST
Like many other sectors, the U.S. IT jobs market has been threatened by armies of smart, skilled and English-speaking professionals from emerging market countries like India, Pakistan and Russia.
Amazon Reports Kindle Fire Sales Top 3 Million
December 15 2011 1:29 PM EST
Amazon, the No. 1 e-retailer, reported shipping more than three million Kindle Fire tablet devices, its $199 media tablet priced to compete with Apple’s iPad 2.
Top Video Game Designer Dishes on New NYU Game Design MFA Program
December 14 2011 5:00 PM EST
New York University on Wednesday announced plans to offer an MFA program in game design, and a top game designer told the International Business Times that the new program should have a positive impact on the industry as well as the quality of games sold to the public.
Technology Focus: Moving to the Zettabyte Era
December 04 2011 10:56 AM EST
Don’t look now but we’re already in the zettabyte era. Next year, market forecaster IDC predicts, the volume of digital content will rise 48 percent, to 2.7 zettabytes.
Breakthrough Discoveries Mostly by Older Scientists, Study Finds
November 07 2011 3:31 PM EST
To win the Nobel Prize takes scientists years longer than a century ago.
Survey Finds Cheating Among Students at All GPA Levels
November 07 2011 1:08 PM EST
Many students surveyed justify cheating by saying that everyone cheats, survey finds.
Deans Criticize Magazine's Medical School Rankings
November 01 2011 3:57 PM EDT
Ranking magazine takes MCATs and grade point averages into account too heavily, medical school deans fear.
Obama Student Loan Plan Aims to Ease Burden of Repayment
October 26 2011 11:36 AM EDT
President Barack Obama Wednesday is expected to announce the details of a new student loan repayment initiative aimed at easing the heavy debt many college graduates face.
Chinese Tobacco Co’s Prodigy Intrigued by Acceptance to Law School
September 12 2011 11:06 PM EDT
Xu Hengrui scored 526 points in law entrance examination at Renmin University, one of China's most prestigious universities.
Medical Schools Pay Less Attention to LGBT Needs: Study
September 08 2011 8:17 AM EDT
According to the study done by the researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine, the medical schools spend very less time teaching students about the health issues facing the LGBT community.
American University launches fast track Ph.D. program in communications
April 08 2011 10:03 AM EDT
The innovative accelerated program will give students an opportunity to earn their doctoral degrees in communication in as short a period as three years.
American medical colleges propose greater focus on social sciences and ethics in MCAT
April 05 2011 3:42 AM EDT
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has released a new set of preliminary recommendations for an overhaul of the Medical College Admissions Test.
Harvard Law School collaborates with law firm Milbank for executive development
February 11 2011 3:54 AM EST
Harvard Law School has announced a new multi-year training program for providing executive education to mid-level associates at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy over the course of their careers.
Unique law program inaugurated in London
January 24 2011 9:11 AM EST
LawWithoutWalls(TM) brings together students, faculty, practitioners, and entrepreneurs from around the world to explore innovation in legal education and practice.
LSAT may not be compulsory for admission to law school any more
January 17 2011 2:25 AM EST
The National Law Journal has reported that the American Bar Association (ABA) is now considering the possibility of making the LSAT optional for students wishing to enroll for graduation in law or Juris Doctor (JD)
University of Phoenix to launch dedicated school for continuing education
January 14 2011 5:55 AM EST
Apollo Group announces the launch of a school under University of Phoenix to provide ongoing education to adults and executives.
Stanford ties up with IATA to offer aviation management program through distance learning
January 14 2011 3:40 AM EST
The Center for Professional Development at Stanford University has signed an agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to offer a unique distance learning program combining aviation training and management fundamentals.
Are Law Schools doing enough to boost students’ overall professional development?
January 06 2011 8:19 AM EST
Survey suggests that a half or more of law school students feel inadequately prepared to handle the various non-academic demands of the profession