College & University

Tertiary Education Institutions Where Engineering and Technology are Taught in Nigeria
By Peter · 1 month ago
There are many tertiary education institutions in Nigeria. They are the types as you could find at many other places around the world. While some of this institutions are broad in the varieties of training ...
The Three Mechanical Engineering Options at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
By Peter · 1 month ago
Mechanical Engineering is a popular discipline, it is one of the commonly offered engineering programme at higher education institution: be it at university, polytechnic or at some other vocational or technical education institutions. The engineering ...
The Different Qualifications Awarded By The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing University of Coventry
By Peter · 1 month ago
Coventry University, England, is one of the highly rated universites in the world and one of the oldest in UK having it origin traces back to 1843. On the world scene the university is always ...
Behind The Curtains
By Shahed Alsayed Ahmad · 2 weeks ago
Have you ever wondered how makeup companies test their products before introducing them to the market? After reading, you will question yourself about every item you buy. Disappointed, many worldwide products are tested on animals. ...
Tutoring Online Must Continue - A Tutoring Coordinator's Perspective as a Tutor
By Nicolas Quintana · 1 month ago
Seeing all the little faces in my classroom while in South Korea made me realize I wanted to be in education. After returning to the United States in 2008, I started my master’s degree in ...
Serial Killers; A Multifactorial Discussion of Etiology
By Robert Depaolo · 1 month ago
Serial Killers: A Multi-factorial Discussion of Etiology by Robert DePaolo Abstract This article discusses the behavioral dynamics of serial killers in terms of several disciplines including psychology, linguistics, anthropology, sociology and neurology. Conclusions are drawn ...
How to develop a good university governance
By Dedi Purwana · 2 months ago
The management of a university is different from the management of other institutions and organizations, due to the unique nature of the university. This institution not only produces and presents services but also other products ...
Why should every University student be on LinkedIn? Benefits of LinkedIn
By Mahib Sadman · 2 months ago
You've probably heard that LinkedIn is essential, but is it really? And, if it does, why is that? We’re taking a deep dive into a forum for networking. Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram have all ...
International Scholar Journal of Arts and Social Science Research History
By Donatus Devar · 4 months ago
International Scholars Journal of Arts and Social Science Research (ISJASSR), is a peer reviewed journal dedicated to disseminating research in all areas of the arts and social sciences but with special interest in papers which ...
Jurisprudential Analysis of Euthanasia
By Calvin A/L Cherley, Dr Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi · 6 months ago
The word ‘Euthanasia’ is derived from Greek, ‘Eu’ meaning ‘good’ and ‘thanatos’ meaning ‘death’, by putting together it means ‘good death’. The Stedman’s medical dictionary defines euthanasia as the act or practice of ending the ...
Fantasiology: the study of imagination, imagery and creativity
By Hellen Melpton · 7 months ago
THE PROJECT ERAMSUS+ MET THE FANTASIOLOGIST Massimo Gerardo Carrese is a fantasiologist: a scholar of imagination, imagery and creativity. Last week In Ercolano (Naples) he had an International workshop on Fantasiology for students of the ...
Surviving Your First Year in a Dorm: Mother’s Guide
By Jessica Fender · 7 months ago
Adjusting to college was a challenge for me, but a fun one. I loved the idea of being “Mr. Independent” – completely in charge of my own life for the first time. Then reality hit. ...
Top 3 Pathway To Study Chemical Engineering at Stellenbosch University
By Peter · 9 months ago
Almost every students in South Africa want to study for one course or another at Stellenbosch University (SU) The institution is not only receiving applications for admission from South African candidates but from other part ...
Two Best Pathway to Study Mechanical Engineering at ABU, Zaria
By Peter · 9 months ago
Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria is one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria. As popular and powerful as the university is, it is said to be the university of the Northern elite. Why? Because many ...
60 Essential Chinese Phrases To Learn as a College Student
By Jessica Fender · 10 months ago
You may be spending a semester in China; you may have decided to pursue a full degree in one of the many exceptional universities. In either event, you are a soon-to-be non-Chinese speaking college student. ...
5 benefits of playground activities for school children in UK
By Inspired Schools · 10 months ago
Today, childhood is synonymous with the use of gadgets. There isn’t a single child who hasn’t played with iPads, smartphones, or on a computer. A majority of children spend their time on gadgets rather than ...
Does the topic have value?
By Kimberly Rhodes · 1 year ago
Analyzing a topic is often the first step in researching an essay or term paper. It describes and defines a topic and its importance. Does the topic have value? Why should it be discussed? Answering ...
Does Education Affects Your Health?
By Edward Pratt · 1 year ago
Discussed research from the past few decades suggesting that higher education levels may reduce the risk of conditions including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, asthma, and anxiety and depression, as well as lower the risk of early ...
Critical Mass: The Search for the Quantum/Classical Threshold, the Inanimate God and the Beginning of Time
By Robert Michael Depaolo · 1 year ago
Critical Mass: A Search for the Quantum/Classical Threshold, the "Inanimate God" and the Beginning of Time Abstract by Robert DePaolo This article discusses the particle/wave duality and the point (mass threshold) at which the quantum ...
How to Become the Smartest Kid in Your High School Class!
By Rick Osbourne · 1 year ago
I’m a 74-year-old former teacher who now works part-time as a drivers’ education instructor for a private sector driving school located in the western suburbs of Chicago. Generally speaking, this driving school attracts 15 and ...