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UM-Flint will create College of Innovation & Technology

A new, cutting-edge academic unit at the University of Michigan-Flint will open in 2021 that will educate and prepare students for key roles in the diverse technical career fields of the 21st century. 

The U-M Board of Regents enthusiastically approved the establishment of the new College of Innovation & Technology at the University of Michigan-Flint at its Sept. 17 meeting. UM-Flint will join a small group of universities in the state that have a college dedicated to technology degree programs. 

The College of Innovation & Technology will fill a gap in the technology workforce that exists between vocational technical training

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As college staff face layoffs, some argue against budget cuts

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in waves of layoffs and furloughs in higher education. While adjunct faculty and other academic workers have been affected, employees who work in nonacademic and nonadministrative roles, such as dining and custodial services, have been particularly targeted by cost-cutting measures.

At Rutgers University, for example, which is holding most classes online this semester, more than 500 dining workers have been laid off.

The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has indefinitely furloughed 850 staff members, mostly in housing and dining services.

Universities and state governments are surely facing budget shortfalls due to losses in tuition, room

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Ambassador College of Management and Technology admission form for 2020/2021

Posted by Chrome on 1st October, 2020   |   Comments

This is to inform the general public of the 2020/2021 admission form of Ambassador College of Management and Technology. Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply for admission into the National Diploma programmes of the institution for the 2020-2021 Academic Session.. See requirements and procedures below;


Ambassador College of Management and Technology admission form for 2020/2021

Credit passes in five subjects in the WASC, GCE (O’Level), NECO or the Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) Examinations. The credit passes should include: English Language, Government, Literature in English, Christian Religious Knowledge and at least a pass in Mathematics is required.

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Technology in College Athletics: GU Women’s Soccer and GPS Trackers

GU Women´s Soccer warming up for practice. Media by José Soutullo Fernández.

Over the years, technology has found new ways of getting more involved in the daily lives of human beings, even to the point where its usage has become essential. Technology in sports is a field where there is still unlimited room to develop new gadgets and tools that will help athletes and non-athletes meet their goals regarding exercising and continuous improvement. Nearly everybody has owned a device or has had an approach with a product that provides performance-related stats (also known as “wearables”) in some way or another.

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Former tech CEO gets home confinement for college admissions bribe

By COLLIN BINKLEY | The Associated Press

BOSTON — A former tech executive was sentenced Monday to one year of home confinement for paying $300,000 to bribe his son’s way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though the son did not play tennis.

Peter Dameris, of Pacific Palisades, California, appeared before a Boston federal court judge via video because of the coronavirus pandemic. He pleaded guilty in June to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.

His sentence also included a $95,000 fine and three years of supervised release.

Prosecutors had recommended

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