Penn Staters invited to make their voices heard at self-study community meeting – Pennsylvania State University

The University community is invited to an hourlong interactive meeting on April 15 to learn more about Penn State’s reaffirmation of accreditation and how Penn Staters can make their voice heard throughout the process.

Terence Peavy, vice president for institutional field relations with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), will join the Penn State community on from…….

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Meet Simala Prasad Who Cracked UPSC CSE in First Attempt by Self-studying, While Working Full-time – News18

UPSC CSE preparation is considered very difficult, but in the midst of these difficulties, there are many talented people who make their mark. One of them is IPS officer Simala Prasad. Prasad did not take any coaching for the preparation of UPSC CSE and self-study is the key. Now she is working in Madhya Pradesh and is serving in the police department as an IPS officer.

Born on October 8…….

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Nebraska Law’s self-study, conversations propel diversity plans – Nebraska Today

As the University of Nebraska–Lincoln prepares for the State of Diversity forum on Oct. 28, Nebraska Today is sitting down with college leaders to explore how inclusive excellence is being folded into day-to-day campus activities.

Since 2019, the university’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion has worked directly with institutional leaders in multiple ways, including thro…….

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Students put digital self-study skills to test to sail past board exams – Times of India

Kolkata: Over the two years of pandemic, when school classes and private tuitions shifted online, students often used online self-learning platforms like edtech apps and academic YouTube videos to clarify doubts and cover their syllabi. Now, with board exams in full swing, students are putting their self-study skills to test and this tech support has now become an indispensable part of education, …….

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