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Facebook launches new service for college students, not in India yet

Facebook is launching a new service called Campus designed exclusively for college students. Campus is aimed at students who can interact with peers of the same college through the Facebook app. The main features of Facebook Campus are Campus-only news feed that will give information and updates to students only within the college. Since profiles on Campus are email-verified, students can also join groups, events specific to their college community.

Campus is also interactive as students can become part of group chat rooms, called Campus Chats, relevant to campus life. Students will also have access to a Campus directory that

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ITS Engineering College promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing innovative minds and their innovation potential in todays world

Noida , Aug 12 : To harness brilliant ideas of students and to promote self-hosted successful business projects, ITS Engineering College is spending a big amount on research as well as seed funding, entrepreneurship development and project-based and technology-based learning.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, all undergraduate students, post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises. It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on

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Six strategic areas identified for shared faculty hiring in computing | MIT News

Nearly every aspect of the modern world is being transformed by computing. As computing technology continues to revolutionize the way people live, work, learn, and interact, computing research and education are increasingly playing a role in a broad range of academic disciplines, and are in turn being shaped by this expanding breadth.

To connect computing and other disciplines in addressing critical challenges and opportunities facing the world today, the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing is planning to create 25 new faculty positions that will be shared between the college and an MIT department or school. Hiring for these

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The Pandemic Is No Excuse for Colleges to Surveil Students

It’s no secret that many universities go to great lengths to let these “amateurs” in demanding athletic fields do as little as possible academically so that they can keep training hard. But it’s supposed to be a wink-wink-nudge-nudge process, not outright fraud. A few years ago, my own university, the University of North Carolina, breached this unspoken rule. The school became embroiled in a high-profile scandal after a professor provided fake classes aimed at athletes that gave them the grades required to keep their eligibility in return for little to no attendance

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Pennsylvania College of Technology at Wellsboro celebrates their 2020 graduation | Free Press-Courier

WELLSBORO — The Pennsylvania College of Technology campus here celebrated the graduation of 18 students from the practical nursing program on Thursday, Aug. 27. The graduates are now eligible to take the NCLEX exam for licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Few people were able to attend the ceremony due to limitations from COVID-19, but the team from Penn College made it possible for students to share the moment with friends and family through sharing an online stream on Zoom.

Graduate Melissa Metcalf said that community members stood on the sidewalk while the ceremony was in progress and cheered the

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