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The Manila Times
The spiral of silence and academic vitalityTHE usual academic structure in Philippine HEI’s has college deans working with
The spiral of silence and academic vitality
The Manila Times / Posted 3 days ago
THE usual academic structure in Philippine HEI’s has college deans working with department chairs. The latter work with program heads who, usually, are senior faculty members assigned to supervise the degree programs for the specializations under a... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Top U.S. ELI programs leading to elite universitiesallows you to see your own culture in a better viewpoint.” – Gates McFadden In
Top U.S. ELI programs leading to elite universities
Asian Correspondent / Posted 5 days ago
allows you to see your own culture in a better viewpoint.” – Gates McFadden In a progressively globalized, digitized and interconnected society, emphasis on the importance of learning the English language has never been more prominent. With... Read more
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The Chronicle
Who's who: people to know on campusValerie Ashby was chair of the chemistry department at UNC Chapel Hill before c
Who's who: people to know on campus
The Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Valerie Ashby was chair of the chemistry department at UNC Chapel Hill before coming to Duke last year. Everyone knows about men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski and President Richard Brodhead, but what about the other important figures on... Read more
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Gazette News
Their stories: Students share their A-level successSOPHIE Stewart is on her way to study history at Exeter after achieving top res
Their stories: Students share their A-level success
Gazette News / Posted 10 days ago
SOPHIE Stewart is on her way to study history at Exeter after achieving top results. She achieved two A*s in history and classics and A's in general studies, economics and english literature at the County High School for Girls. Sophie, 18, of... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online NewspaperStory last updated at 8/16/2016 - 8:29 pm UAS wants to help you finish college
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
Story last updated at 8/16/2016 - 8:29 pm UAS wants to help you finish college University of Alaska Southeast has launched Finish College Alaska, a new program for Alaskans who have attended college but have not completed a degree. Advisors working... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Back to School America; 2016-2017 by the Numbersin August 2015. The sales at bookstores in August 2015 were estimated at $1.6 b
Back to School America; 2016-2017 by the Numbers
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 14 days ago
in August 2015. The sales at bookstores in August 2015 were estimated at $1.6 billion. School Bus Safety. Photo courtesy of transportation.gov28,138 The number of family clothing stores in 2014. For back-to-school shopping, choices of retail... Read more
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Juneau Empire
UAS offers special enrollment opportunitiesUniversity of Alaska Southeast has launched Finish College Alaska, a new progra
UAS offers special enrollment opportunities
Juneau Empire / Posted 15 days ago
University of Alaska Southeast has launched Finish College Alaska, a new program for Alaskans who have attended college but have not completed a degree. Advisors working with Finish College Alaska will contact prospective students across the state,... Read more
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Daily Record
Selling St. Elizabeth: Coaches build new athletic programs around first coed classFLORHAM PARK - Leandro Suarez isn’t afraid to try new things. A member of the f
Selling St. Elizabeth: Coaches build new athletic programs around first coed class
Daily Record / Posted 15 days ago
FLORHAM PARK - Leandro Suarez isn’t afraid to try new things. A member of the first class at Dover High School’s Health Sciences Academy, it seemed like a natural transition for him to become one of the first male students at the College of St.... Read more
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The Atlantic
What Studying Raphael Taught Me About Being a PhilomathThe second annual student Writing Prize, a competition organized by The Atlanti
What Studying Raphael Taught Me About Being a Philomath
The Atlantic / Posted 18 days ago
The second annual student Writing Prize, a competition organized by The Atlantic and the College Board, challenged high-school students to do a close reading of a work of art that inspires them. More than 2,000 students from 44 countries entered. Two... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Back to School America, 2016-2017 by the Numbersclothing stores in August 2015. The sales at bookstores in August 2015 were est
Back to School America, 2016-2017 by the Numbers
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 22 days ago
clothing stores in August 2015. The sales at bookstores in August 2015 were estimated at $1.6 billion. 28,138 The number of family clothing stores in 2014. For back-to-school shopping, choices of retail establishments were plenty: In 2014, there... Read more

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