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Student Life: Campus Tour with Ruksar

Student Life: Campus Tour with Ruksar

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Hello I’m Ruksar and I’m a masters Public Relations student here at Manchester Metropolitan. I also studied my BA in economics here. I love the campus because it’s really vibrant and it has an amazing atmosphere, but I get it’s big and can be confusing at times so today I’m gonna give you on a […]

Ellucian Solutions: Powering what’s next in higher education

Ellucian Solutions: Powering what’s next in higher education

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If education is the great equalizer, then you are the instrument through which lives will change, jobs and economies will grow, and dreams will be achieved. Every student is unique and each learning experience different. As needs evolve, so do expectations. From student recruitment, to learning methodologies, to fundraising opportunities and alumni engagement, technology has […]

Bestowing of Honorary Doctorates and Faculty Emeriti – Grinnell College Commencement 2017

Bestowing of Honorary Doctorates and Faculty Emeriti – Grinnell College Commencement 2017

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Studying a Master’s Degree in Politics and International Relations

Studying a Master’s Degree in Politics and International Relations

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♪ [music] ♪ My name is Laura. I’m from Valencia, Spain, and I’m studying an MA in International Relations at Middlesex University. In Spain, I studied translation, and now, I wanted to continue my studies in International Relations, as it gives me the skills and the knowledge required to work in an international organization. I […]

Bard College Students Hold Concert to Benefit Coronavirus Relief

Bard College Students Hold Concert to Benefit Coronavirus Relief

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I want to thank all the staff, volunteers, organizations, and professors who helped us to make this concert happen. And we also want to thank all the players for playing today, and this whole orchestra for playing today who helped me in their free time to organize this. The concert itself was really fun. I […]

Is College Worth the Time and Money?

Is College Worth the Time and Money?

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(upbeat music) – Now I’ll be the first to admit, I was not the best high school student, my grades were bad. But college was presented as the only liable real option. Now I eventually ended up going, I graduated, and I got my degree, and I’m here now so I guess you could say […]

Master’s Degree Programme in Human Neuroscience at the University of Turku

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We have around 40,000 students in Turku in our universities. The campus is very dense, almost everything is within six blocks; all the universities and the University Hospital. So this is really a student City. I wanted to find out more about the brains and how they work. In general, I am very interested in […]

Campus Conversations: Chancellor Carol Christ

Campus Conversations: Chancellor Carol Christ

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– Good afternoon, I’m Dan Mogulof in the campus office of communications and public affairs, and I’m super thrilled and honored to have our chancellor, Carol Christ, with us for this semester-ending campus conversation. So glad you could join us. Again, just to reiterate, there are index cards on your chairs if you have a […]

Meet Jessica | Champlain College

Meet Jessica | Champlain College

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– My dad, he was the telecommunications manager for Cambridge Fire Department. Growing up, I was able to go into work with him and see, like, all the cool stuff he does. And that kind of inspired me to get into tech. The first time I visited Champlain College I fell in love. It was […]

Doctoral and Leadership Program

Doctoral and Leadership Program

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We want to offer our students the most stimulating educational experience that they can get anywhere. What makes the Manhattanville doctoral program in educational leadership so unique is that it has the focus of changing suburbs and small cities. A very relevant focus for practitioners of today, particularly in the lower Hudson Valley region. Our […]