The University of Hong Kong
European depictions of China in 18th and 19th century books may seem an esoteric source of real-life experiences, but for eight Fine Arts students they represented an uncommon opportunity to gain new skills and insights.
Grenada’s General Hospital can now offer advanced gastrointestinal screening to the public.
What happens when a city's demographics dramatically shift in race, class and immigrant status? How do city governments, businesses and residents respond? These questions that could be applied to any city in the United States, but they are especially fitting for Scranton.
- Pushing On: Support for Moms After Pregnancy Loss
- Faculty Specialist Makes Volunteering a 'Part of Her Life'
Discover how UNT is growing as a student-focused research university.
In recent weeks, things have changed for the better in the Edgehill community, a neighborhood located a few blocks from the Vanderbilt campus. Healthy food is now more readily available to Edgehill’s low-income residents, thanks to an innovative “mobile grocery store” developed by second-year medical student Ravi Patel and initially inspired by his experience in an undergraduate Human and Organizational Development class.
An Unique Rehabilitation program designed to assist inmates
In 2006, the UAE Ministry of the Interior, in collaboration with the Higher Colleges of Technology, initiated a bold and unique training and development program custom-designed to provide prison inmates with soft skills and technical competencies that would help them join the workforce upon release and to be positively reformed and reintegrated with the society.
- Formative Years: Balancing Quality With Demand
- "Education is like a lantern which lights your way in a dark alley”