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UMBC scholarships available for computer science students

Financial services giant Morgan Stanley has committed $125,000 this year, renewable annually for up to four additional years, to support the two-pronged program of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Graduate School – the Data Science Scholarship Fund for master’s degree students in computer science and the research funding for the Center of Accelerated…

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NJIT’s Forensic Science program eyed to advance New Jersey’s forensic science education

New Jersey Institute of Technology’s newly-introduced forensic science undergraduate program – the only one in New Jersey – has been well-received by its top law enforcement officials and leaders within the state’s forensic science communities. According to Dr. Mathew Wood, director of the Forensic Sciences Laboratory at the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office, the introduction of the…

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Biotech company executive talks about her experience at Duquesne University

“The time I spent at Duquesne University is still one of the best years of my life,” recalls Bindu Dendukuri, a Master of Science in Biotechnology 2013 graduate and now chief executive officer of ForU International Private Limited back in India. After completing her biotechnology degree, Bindu returned to her home country to take over…

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Centre for Career Development holds monthly activities to help students prepare for their future careers

International students can take advantage of the support services being rendered by Duquesne University’s Centre for Career Development, among which are regular activities to help students prepare for their future careers. Among the Centre’s monthly activities are: (1) workshops on resume writing and mock interviews; (2) Career Café forums on various topics that affect students…

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UNL’s int’l students join Spring 2019 International Welcome Party

Some 120 new and returning international students attended the Spring 2019 International Welcome Party hosted by University of Nebraska–Lincoln. This was an opportunity for students to get to know one another better and swap stories over food, board games, dancing and karaoke. The welcome party was a culmination of the week’s events which included an…

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Pathway to skilled migration in Western Australia available for high-achieving Perth graduates

Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has recently announced that the WA government will soon release a new Occupation List to give priority to high-achieving university graduates. The effort is part of the government’s strategy to attract the best global minds to stay in Western Australia. “We need to send a message to the world that…

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