More institutions file lawsuits against “cruel” ICE guidelines

The ICE directive comes at a time when the federal government is putting pressure on universities and K-12 schools to open in the fall despite a sharp rise in new coronavirus infections. The US has seen more than 300,000 new cases since July 1. In response the guidelines, Princeton has announced it is exploring legal options […]

20% EU students to start studies early due to home fee changes

The think-tank spoke with 600 students from the EU and asked them about their plans to study abroad. Some 20% of students said the announcement meant they now intended to start their studies in the UK earlier than planned. “The latest research underlines how important...

NUC engages foreign-based Nigerian scientists on biomedical research

A map of Nigeria By Joseph Erunke THE National Universities Commission, NUC, has engaged Nigerian foreign-based researchers on biomedical research as part of its efforts in getting a cure for Coronavirus disease in the country. The nation’s universities’ regulatory...

Student bags Diana Award for works on mental health

By Elizabeth Osayande A 400 LEVEL medical student at the Lagos State University College of Medicine, LASUCOM, Toluwalashe Soyemi, has been honoured with the Diana Award for his efforts in fighting stigmatisation of persons with mental health conditions. The Diana...