International Relations, Public Policy Week spotlights scholarship opportunities

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Students who are passionate about international relations or public policy can take advantage of a wide range of programming from Dec. 5 to 9. Sponsored by Penn State’s University Fellowships Office, International Relations and Public Policy Week will highlight relevant scholarships and fellowships during information sessions and drop-in hours. “We are excited to be able to promote several exciting opportunities for Penn State students during this week,” said Tanya Furman, interim director of the University Fellowships Office and associate vice president and associate dean for Undergraduate Education.…

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technological know-how and languages are the ‘negative relations’ in primary colleges, Wilshaw warns

Head of Ofsted admits that his own inspectors’ cognizance on English and maths is partly to blame for science and languages being ‘marginalised’ technological know-how and overseas languages have turn out to be the “bad members of the family” inside the number one college curriculum due to an over-emphasis on coaching maths and English, Ofsted has warned. In his month-to-month statement, leader inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw says too little time is allocated to the coaching of the two subjects, that have turn out to be “marginalised”. Sir Michael also admits…

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