GMAC CEO Sangeet Chowfla discusses in BizEd Magazine what the Council's research reveals about student expectations for choices and innovation in the classroom. Read more.
On Feb. 28, UT Austin McCombs School of Business and BarkleyREI shared how they built a successful multi-channel campaign in a GMASS webinar. Get the recording and slides now.
Jim Malazita, an assistant professor of science and technology studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, is piloting an initiative to inject ethics lessons into computer science courses. In this interview, Malazita says he hopes students will learn skills to build socially responsible technology.
Countries' brands are as important as corporate brands, assert David Reibstein, a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Ph.D. student Suneal Bedi. In this commentary, they consider the US brand and factors that may have contributed to the US falling from fourth to eighth place in the 2018 Best Countries study.
Students at a California high school are learning such things as electronics, robotics, computer science and woodworking in a new makerspace. The school was able to build the 3,000-square-foot space -- with students helping with the design -- thanks to a $75,000 grant from Lowe's Home Improvement.
A new policy at one Florida school district will allow educators and coaches to use drones in lessons and teach students to fly them. Susan Young, a career and technical education administrator, said there are more employment opportunities using drones.
High-school students are being recruited for a technical apprenticeship program at North American Lighting in Paris, Ill. The goal of the program is to prepare students for the workforce and help close a manufacturing skills gap.
A technical college in Utah recently held its spring fashion show, which showcases the work of students enrolled in the school's fashion merchandising and development class. Students are responsible for all parts of the show, including the clothing, music and advertising.
A tiny mummified skeleton with unusual features that make it resemble an alien is that of a human newborn with significant genetic mutations, according to results of a DNA analysis published in Genome Research. Multiple genetic mutations linked to bone diseases and collagen production were found in the genome of the baby girl, who either would have been stillborn or who would have died soon after birth, researchers say.
Maternal behavior may affect the genome structures of baby mice, according to findings published in Science. Researchers found more copies of retrotransposon LINE-1 in the hippocampal neurons of baby mice whose mothers were less attentive to their needs than in those whose mothers gave them more attention.