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Authentic interviews by BBC News journalists on international news items to grab the attention of an adult audience. With topics ranging from global warming to immigration issues, this series offers learners the chance to explore and understand our changing world and improve their English. Aimed at learners at beginner to intermediate level, this series delivers authentic, stimulating and varied English language practice. http://www.bbcactiveenglish.com/
A nine-year-old mathematics genius in Poland has just been awarded a government grant to pay for his university studies. The grade 4 student attends several selected higher education classes each week, in between his primary school commitments. Susan Mwongeli brings us more on that.
Mrs. Sunita Kumari explains about University Grant Commission (UGC) which was established in 28 December 1953. Its Head office is in New Delhi. It guides the universities to follow norms in higher education. www.gurukpo.com, www.biyanicolleges.com
Many scholars believe that the Morrill Land-Grant Act of 1862 was one of the most important pieces of legislation in the history of our country. In 1863 Penn State became one of the nation's first and Pennsylvania's only land-grant institution. The Morrill Act gave Penn State a three-part mission of teaching, research and service. Today, universities continue to honor the legacy and the historical significance of the Morrill Act nearly 150 years later during a Penn State land-grant conference. Scholars from across the country gathered to dissect the history of land-grants and look to the future during a time of economic uncertainty.
In this short video Tom Henderson, Emeritus Vice Provost for University of Missouri Extension, asks views to reflect on the legacy of the Morrill Act passed in 1862 when Abraham Lincoln was president. Henderson highlights the dramatic difference between what a large land-grant university looks like today having grown from the humble beginnings of our nation's land grant colleges and universities 150 years ago.
Michigan State University will use a three-year $1.2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to lead a multi-university research project to improve the teaching of less commonly taught languages, or LCTLs. MSU College of Arts & Letters Dean Christopher P. Long discusses the collaboration and impact of the grant. Press release at http://www.cal.msu.edu/news/languagelearning. For more infomation about the grant, visit http://lctlpartnership.celta.msu.edu/.
From Denmark to Cardone Enterprises - Cardone U Testimonial: Rasmus came to Miami Beach all the way from Denmark! An electrician, he found Grant from Youtube videos and hooked up on Cardone U. He's expanded his think and knows now he needs to get to the next level. He loves how Grant has pushed him and now he knows average will never cut it. Grant discussed with him goal setting and how you go about achieving your goals and finding your passion. How do you think like a billionaire? For more click here: http://cardoneu.com From Denmark to Cardone Enterprises Rasmus Roed comes to Cardone Training Technologies headquarters for his meeting with Grant Cardone for his Cardone U lifetime membership. Watch what he has to say about his experience here.
1. Scholarships are usually merit based. 2. Grants tend to be need-based and are available to students based on criteria such as family income. 3. Grants and scholarships are kinds of financial aid that you don’t have to pay back. 4. Filling out scholarship applications can be time-consuming. 5. Scholarship is a source of pride. 6. Grants are a limited resource, and they can run out.
The IEEE Graduate Student Body at The Ohio State University hosted a grant writing presentation for graduate students and post docs aspiring to become researchers and faculty members. Professor Mary Faure was the highlighted speaker, Director of Tech Communications of the Department of Engineering Education. The event was held Wednesday, Feb. 17 from 6:30-8p.m. at Baker Systems Building Rm. 120.
The University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona applied for and was awarded one of the 2015 Active Learning Center grants. See how the school has used their new classroom. Learn more about the Active Learning Center Grant at http://www.steelcase.com/ActiveLearningCenter.
What in the World is Going on Here? - Land grant university fertilizer recommendations have served as the basis for nutrient applications made to agricultural fields across the US for decades. However, the wide range of fertilizer recommendations for the same crop, yield goal and soil test values from one state to another is almost frightening as fertilizer costs can more than double by crossing a state line. In addition, very few states provide fertilizer management recommendation options appropriate for both leased and owned land, and these recommendations or guidelines are usually rigid and insensitive to producer goals and resources. How credible is our advice to farmers in the real world? Soil and climate variables do not change abruptly at our state boundaries, so why do our fertiliz...