By Dave Doucette Educators see multiple applications for advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence systems.
By Meghan Bogardus Cortez New technologies and outsourced services help with costs and efficiency.
Thousands of union members protested at Yale University’s commencement Monday to demand contract negotiations from a reluctant administration. As Campus Reform has previously reported, members of a graduate student-employee union, UNITE HERE Local 33, launched what became a month-long hunger strike to pressure administrators into supporting the unionization of its student-teachers. None of the protesters, […]
Today, they would call me an introvert, but when I was a child, the label was “shy.” I remember the challenges of wanting to demonstrate to my teacher that I was paying attention or mastering concepts but often felt intimidated by participating in class. The classroom was an overstimulating environment. The number of people and […]
At a recent Dartmouth College event, Linda Sarsour deflected a question about her professed desire to mutilate the genitalia of her political opponents by mocking the questioner for being a “young white man.” As seen in video footage posted on Twitter, male student attending the May 12 event had asked Sarsour to address a tweet […]
Any university will tell you that its primary mission is to create opportunities for its students to achieve success. But student success looks quite different today than it has in the past – even as recently as a few years ago. For starters, artificial intelligence and automation are already beginning to reshape labor markets around […]
A California State University-Los Angeles professor is organizing a week-long “Youth Activist Camp” this summer through the Los Angeles chapter of Black Lives Matter. Professor Anthony J. Ratcliff is the organizer of “Youth Activist Camp and Resistance Space 2017,” a “Black youth-centered resistance space” which promises to teach black children as young as 10 “strategies […]
Students and faculty stormed the Orange Coast College administration building Monday to protest the release of public records and demand that the administration end its “neutrality” on political issues by removing the College Republicans. The protest formed in opposition to the OCC College Republicans chapter, which released emails obtained from a public records request showing Professor […]
400×200-davis-wimberly.png In what has become a Commencement morning tradition, drummer Davis Wimberly, Ed.M.’10, leads the HGSE class from Appian Way to the graduation ceremonies in Harvard Yard.
While most believe the contrary, some people understand that plagiarism is not necessarily deceitful or deserving censure, writes Jennifer A. Mott-Smith.