Higher Education

Harvard labor guru’s decisive questions about the jobs of the future

What will the future of work look like after the pandemic? That’s the million-dollar question, according to Rachel Lipson, founding project director of the Workforce Project at Harvard University’s Malcolm Weiner Center for Social Policy. She doesn’t have the answer, but Lipson has some ideas about trends workers should watch …

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Post-docs play an important role in the American higher education system

Through Monika setia Today we continue with our special thematic series on American higher education with a discussion on postgraduate studies. Postdoctoral programs are primarily research-based opportunities that are pursued after the completion of a doctoral / doctoral program. Postdoctoral programs, also known for short as postdoc, are designed to …

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Publish salary information, ombudsperson told Adelaide

In a turnaround that could increase the scrutiny of other Australian universities, a government watchdog overturned a South Australian institution’s decision to exempt itself from Freedom of Information (FOI) obligations for reasons of commercial confidentiality. South Australia’s mediator overturned the University of Adelaide’s decision to reject a FOI request regarding …

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Canberra to Universities: Be Our Commercialization Pillars

Australian universities will compete for funding under the first installment of the federal government’s research commercialization plan. Universities have been asked to ask for A $ 50million (£ 27million) each to establish one of four “research and industry centers” championing breakthroughs in “critical national manufacturing priorities” in areas such as …

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Why companies take on the role of educators

Key points to remember The labor shortage crisis resulting from the lack of properly qualified workers is causing an overhaul of the educational landscape. To keep pace with the digital transformation, tech companies like Amazon, IBM and others are stepping in to improve skills, develop and provide training opportunities for …

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column: new state budget delivers strong results for higher education | Opinion

For the first time in three years, North Carolina will have a budget for 2021-2023. After protracted negotiations between Governor Roy Cooper, Speaker of the Senate Phil Berger and Speaker of the House Tim Moore, the General Assembly last week approved a plan that will spend $ 25.9 billion in …

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Online Tutoring Services (Higher Education Institutes, K-12 Schools) Market in United States 2021-2025 | New

DUBLIN, November 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Online Tutoring Services Market in US 2021-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The market for online tutoring services in the United States is set to grow by $ 16.45 billion during 2021-2025, progressing at a CAGR of over 12% …

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Alumni associations must help meet the great challenges of humanity

The next time your alma mater called you, and if, instead of asking you to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity for a day, the question was more important: “Could you participate in a year-long project?” to reform zoning laws to allow more new housing? Former university student communities are, by …

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