Amar Bhide joins Columbia U
He has been appointed to the Glaubinger Professorship of Business at the university.
UGC plans courses for pundits
It hopes to create new jobs for Indians abroad and protect the 'cultural heritage' of the country.
Asians at UIC demand courses in Asian studies
The protest sought to bring to the attention of the authorities the perceived neglect of Asian-American studies and other programs for Asian Americans at UIC.
Three Indians vie for top Intel prizes
Dilip Bobby Biswal, Beneet Kothari and Priyanka Agarwal make the grade with their scientific work.
Foreign students may have to pay $ 95 entrance fee
The INS proposes the new fee, claiming many international students default the conditions under which they were issued visas and take less than the required number of credits.
Princeton U to Give Foreign Students a Boost
The university has announced a plan to create slots for 500 undergraduate students, a substantial number of them from abroad, in the next five to 10 years.
Ann Arbor Gets A Sikh Chair
'If only a few hundred Americans know more about our religion and culture, our purpose in endowing the chair will be served,' feels Amrik Singh Chattha and wife Jaswinder Kaur.
Computer Science Professor Pioneers 'Holistic' Education In Oklahoma
Dr Sujeet Shenoi started a recruiting campaign, promising the applicants who chose the University of Tulsa over more competitive institutions, that he would design a curriculum involving them in research, teach special courses, and give them as much one-on-one attention he could give. But he also expected them to give back to the community, help elementary and high school kids in poorer parts of Tulsa.
In Aid Of The Saraswati Mandirs
'It is not enough that we give away several millions of dollars each year for building mandirs,' says retired history teacher and a New Jersey Democratic Party activist Kanak Dutta. 'We must also give money to temples of learning.'