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By: Paul Gabrielsen
Teaching students how to argue based on available evidence engages them in the scientific process and provides a better idea of how science actually works. The challenge is training teachers.
Columbia University's Ex Con Professor....
SOUTH NYACK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There is outrage over the comments from an adjunct professor at Columbia University.
Critics said the ex-con turned teacher is using her position as a soapbox to push for the release of three people jailed for a deadly heist of a Brink’s armored car.
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A Thai professor wins US Supreme Court copyright decision
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University Professor Sued - By Student
A Lehigh University professor insisted today in Northampton County Court that she awarded a graduate student a C-plus for her failure to behave professionally during her internship, not as punishment for advocating for…Continue
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By: Barbara Demick
Prominent Uighur professor barred from leaving China
BEIJING -- The most prominent…Continue
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2/2/2013 - 10:56AM EST
Super Professor Schultz has written extensively on ethics and on the transformation of higher education and its collapsing business plan. Today he weighed in on Harvard:
“The cheating scandal at Harvard is located in part in the…Continue
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By: Jeff Goldman
Rutgers University Director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies considers himself a candidate for president of Iran.…Continue
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By: Jennifer Demski
Three leaders in flipped classroom instruction share their best practices for creating a classroom experience guaranteed to inspire lifelong learning.
Illustration by Peter…
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When President Barack Obama signed executive orders yesterday outlining 23 actions aimed at blunting the effects of gun violence in America he urged citizens to contact their congressional representatives: "Get them on record," he said.
Ask your member of Congress if they support universal background checks to keep guns out of the wrong hands.…Continue
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NORRISTOWN, Pa. – A former Ivy League professor who pleaded guilty to beating his wife to death as she wrapped Christmas presents is set to be paroled.
Rafael Robb was sentenced in December 2008 to 5 to 10 years in prison in the December 2006 death of his wife, Ellen, in suburban Philadelphia. Robb pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in…Continue
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