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The Biberaj Foundation Inc. announces a $1.1 million scholarship for 40 RIT Kosovo students

The Biberaj Foundation Inc. announced a new academic scholarship, in the amount of $1,160,000, for 40 students to study to obtain a bachelor’s degree at Rochester Institute of Technology in Kosovo/American University in Kosovo Foundation.

Announcement: George Floyd Memorial Endowed Scholarship for Racial and Social Justice

Metropolitan State University is inspired by a generous supporter who established the George Floyd Memorial Endowed Scholarship for Racial and Social Justice with a gift of $10,000.

Two Stevens Faculty Receive Prominent ONR YIP Award

Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professors Nick Parziale and Brendan Englot receive prestigious young investigator honors

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.

UCD team takes top prize at this year’s Engineering for People Design Challenge

Team from University College Dublin take top prize with De Montford University coming runner-up and University of Sheffield students winning Peoples’ Choice Award

New Iris Apfel Coloring Book Will Support Student Scholarships

Well-known and colorful fashion icon, Iris Apfel is a visiting professor at The University of Texas at Austin and the inspiration for the decade-old UT in NYC program.

LBS Student Award winners announced

Outgoing Student Association (SA) President Callan Carvey (pictured) and Treasurer Dinesh Chugani have won the Lasting Impact Award at this year’s London Business School (LBS) Student Awards, for their exceptional service to the School.

New organic material unlocks faster electronic devices

Mobile phones and other electronic devices made from an organic material that is thin, bendable and more powerful are now a step closer thanks to new research led by scientists at The Australian University (ANU).

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...
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