Xavier Monroe, who graduated from UF in 2013, is the recent recipient of a highly competitive National Science Foundation Research Fellowship. Mr. Monroe went on to earn a master’s in education leadership and policy at the University of Michigan, and is now continuing his studies at the PhD level at Stanford University. 237 more words
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Part two of this podcast features two interviews, one with Paul Biagas, the Vice President of Operations of Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. at the University of Iowa and Kelsey Trejo, who was previously the President of Alpha Epsilon Phi at the University of Iowa. 45 more words
Washington Post — Controversies about “free-range parenting” illuminate today’s scarred cultural landscape. Neighbors summon police in response to parenting choices the neighbors disapprove. Government extends its incompetence with an ever-broader mission of “child protection.” And these phenomena are related to campus hysteria about protecting infantilized undergraduates from various menaces, including uncongenial ideas. 80 more words
A team of electrical engineering students won first place at the Cornell Cup competition last weekend in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Their project, Stratus, enables aerial and ground robotic systems to generate 3D models of local areas such as buildings as well as performed enhanced obstacle-aware navigation. 61 more words
PwC are my new social mobility heroes while, across the water, Athlone students get suited and booted
I was so pleased when I read that PwC had made the decision not to use UCAS points as a barrier to entry on to their graduate programmes. 842 more words