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Students often discover what they want to do in the future, find their first job quicker than others and are happier with their jobs. Higher education staff improve their intercultural understanding and competencies, their transversal and social skills, also compared to participants in other mobility programmes. The report shows that while the number of people in US prisons is rising, the proportion who enrol in postsecondary education programs while in prison have decreased.
Making this not only bad for them but also society because post-secondary qualifications are becoming more and more essential to get a job and employment is key to reducing recidivism. InsideHigherEd on May 28 published a report on gender inequity in professorial salaries at the University of Oregon. The case of one female professor — highest in research indicators and seniority but only fourth in salary — is used to delve a bit deeper in the reasons for gender inequity in faculty salaries. Male evaluators of these requests are more negative towards female than male applicants — both when reviewing written applications and in assessing videotaped interviews.
In addition, female applicants negotiated less skilfully before a male panel. They surveyed over students and set up a focus group of 57 of the surveyed students. Their first aim was to set up a model for statistically sound research into internships as a contribution to HE learning outcomes, using inductive thematic analysis, chi-square, and hierarchical linear modelling. For the analysis of the Focus group transcripts, they used MaxQDA software looking for barriers to internships, program features, and program format and their impacts on student outcomes.
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However, they also feel confident to articulate some tentative hypotheses on access to internships, if only as a basis for further research. They found that internships participation not only correlates with the type of academic programme which is not surprising but also with race, institution and enrolment status. Job obligations and course workload were found to be the most significant barriers to an internship.
In conclusion, they urge not only the HE Institutions, but also employers to recognise that internships may be a positive transformative experience for students, but also bear the risk of becoming a vehicle for reproducing inequality. Faculty in physics exhibited a gender bias favouring the male candidates as more competent and more hireable than the otherwise identical female candidates. Further, physics faculty rated Asian and White candidates as more competent and hireable than Black and Latinx candidates, while those in biology rated Asian candidates as more competent and hirable than Black candidates, and as more hireable than Latinx candidates.
An interaction between candidate gender and race emerged for those in physics, whereby Black women and Latinx women and men candidates were rated the lowest in hirability compared to all others.
Women were rated more likeable than male candidates across departments. Input from 31 consortia forms the basis of this report.
The survey exclusively focused on periodical Big Deals with five large publishers. Among the core messages of the report is that coping with digitalisation requires not only digital skills but also general meta-cognitive or academic skills and socio-emotional or personal skills. Another core message that the facilitation of skills development at school, in the workplace and at home should be seen — and furthered — as a continuum. Zooming in, we see that Belgium, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden are ahead of other countries in their exposure to digitalisation.
Looking at countries with Aurora member and Aurora-EUN consortium universities, we see a general confirmation of the relative strength in digitalisation from the North to the South of Europe. In May , the Task Force on American Innovation TFAI published a benchmark report and advice on a commitment to increase federal investments in scientific research and education. TFAI is a non-partisan alliance of leading American companies and business associations, research university associations, and scientific societies.
Increasing Challenges to U. Other countries like China and for some aspects, South Korea, India or the European Union have taken over first place. The advice is to have a national strategy to address these issues, increase the federal research budget, introduce dedicated top talent programmes and stimulate the intersectoral collaboration. Interesting enough, Italian students for the first time have replaced Chinese students as the second largest cohort Italians against Chinese.
Although VU has seen a considerable increase in its international student population, still 10 of the 13 research universities in the Netherlands have a higher proportion of international students: only Utrecht and Nijmegen fall behind. Again, work ahead for them and VU.
The report is of interest to study abroad teams, university leadership and academics who work in universities where diversity is a priority. It can be used as an evaluation tool for a university or to dip into for information. It is interesting that strategy and communications are linked in the roadmap. Sometimes universities find it hard to develop meaningful and effective communications channels with students, and the document addresses some of those issues.
It is useful that barriers to student success caused by administrative and organisational issues are also explicitly discussed in the context of diversity, inclusion and equity, and it is evident that the issues are not all financial. Professional development and evaluation strategies also feature as does a useful glossary. Last month, the American National Academy of Sciences published the list of its newly elected Members and Foreign Associates and proudly announced a historically high number of women elected. Also, 25 Foreign Associates were added to the list.
On a more critical note, we must acknowledge that only universities are in this ranking.
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Self-reported data forms a strong fundament of the ranking. Putting more value on strategy documents paper is patient and diversity indicators within the university than on metrics that indicate the real impact of research on these Sustainable Development Goals used in the Aurora SDG Bibliometrics. Also, the University Impact Rankings are to date still based on a small selection of the SDGs, with remaining problems in the underlying search queries and — perennial with most rankings — a lot of obscurity in why some factors are weighted more heavily than others.
The Berkeley Institute for the Future of Young Americans has published preliminary findings of a study analyzing data on anxiety disorder rates for young adults : Anxiety Disorder on College Campuses: The New Epidemic , together with data on various risk factors associated with anxiety disorder and the patterns of healthcare use and spending related to anxiety disorder. Their goal was to explore the national historical trends in anxiety disorder on college campuses and to better understand how the University of California system fits into these trends.
Their data show that the increase in anxiety at UC Berkeley from 6. Anxiety grows as students proceed through College. It is a sector analysis of the research and innovation projects funded under FP7 and H The report gives a lot of information on these projects — e.
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But it lacks a strategic evaluative analysis: was the impact of the funded projects on addressing and resolving the problems, bigger or smaller than expected at the start. Or if that is too soon to tell, are the expectations looking back at this stage more or less optimistic than at the outset of FP7 or H? Without an attempt to address these — admittedly tricky — questions, the report may contain much information but provide less meaning than one would have hoped.
The report looks in detail at how various airlines a calculate the number of CORSIA Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation units that need to be compensated and b the offset project types, credits, and entities involved.
Resulting in a compelling overview of how several carriers are doing in practice. In this issue, I try to connect this with our decreasing competence in having meaningful conversations and collaboration with people who think very differently than we do:.
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But I am also a firm believer — although I sometimes have to remind myself — in the pluralistic paradigm that allows for competition as well as collaboration. The paradigm that requires us to try to understand what people in the other paradigm believe, instead of trying to convince them that they are wrong or simply not bother to talk with them. The full publication will focus on motives and experiences of international students in Germany. The publication shows ca foreign degrees in Germany against e.
The clear mix of eastern and western parts of Germany.
Also interesting — and maybe a cause of concern — is the graph showing that the numbers of German students studying abroad has stopped growing and has proportionally been declining since With no fee differentiation between EU and non-EU students, this might trigger a renewal of the discussion on costs and benefits of international students for the German society, economy and tax payers. Let us see if a renewed discussion — if it ensues — will use such evidence-based reports.
Explicitly mentioning Brexit as context, the UK aims to grow the number of international students studying in the UK from the current It is interesting to compare the optimistic tone of the UK government document with OECD data which show that the UK has been rather stable in their share of international student recruitment — although UK universities are recognised to be fierce and active recruiters.
Robert Wagenaar, the Godfather of the Tuning initiative, has published a magnum opus called Reform! A Blueprint for Student-Centred Learning. To nuance that vision, one might argue at both Tuning and Bologna have come to mean so many different things to so many different actors, that a clear attribution of observable changes in HE to either of these becomes debatable. One might also argue that ECTS is not that much more than a new wrapping to the much older credit system in American higher education and that ECTS is the vehicle through which US credits have conquered the world.
Nevertheless, the book contains a wealth of information and insights from an expert who played a significant role in shaping the developments he describes. It details an array of free speech infringements of campus from authorities or individuals. But the PEN America report itself is hardly as strong on facts as one would have hoped.