Monday, July 26, 2021
Home Student Life

Student Life

Student Life provide with the most recently Student Life information’s, including the Dining, Campus Recreation, Residence Life, Student Health Services and Student Counselling, etc…

The handbag – a contemporary marketplace icon

Source: School of Business, Aalto University (Finland) Phone, tissues, wallet, pen and keys. These daily necessities – and many...

Study abroad stories: A fantastic year, full of experiences and memories

Meet with Elisabetta Mezzedimi, Italian, current student of the MSc in Luxury Management program, in the Hospitality & Event specialization.

International students thrive at the University of Michigan

Source: The University of Michigan International students thrive at the University of Michigan. At both the undergraduate and...

Auburn University at Montgomery accounting student Jack Wright earns $10,000 PCAOB scholarship

Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) accounting major Jack Wright has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Scholars Program.

Computer Science Student Kaan Uyduran on Industry Year With Microsoft

Securing a placement year with a company like Microsoft is a competitive, but rewarding, process.

Supporting vulnerable students during disasters

The preliminary results from a NSW Government-funded world-leading trial of medicinal cannabis, sponsored by the University of Sydney

Tighter border policies leave migrants vulnerable to effects of climate change

As the planet continues to warm, people living in the world’s most vulnerable regions — like arid or low-lying nations...

Growing skin in the lab to treat a rare disease

Scientists have successfully gene-engineered skin cells in the laboratory which could be used to treat a rare but sometimes debilitating genetic skin condition.

#WEARETOGETHER: International Students’ Pandemic Experiences to Help Shape Support Messages

Chinese students are helping researchers highlight how they have been left in the dark or discriminated against during the Covid-19 pandemic...

Researchers at U of T use physics model to study spread of COVID-19 respiratory...

After nearly a year of studying COVID-19, scientists are still grappling with fundamental questions – including understanding the dominant modes...
- Advertisement -