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Turowicz – A Saga of Dedicated Service

Among the many episodes after World War II, the one that deserves attention is that of a group of Polish officers and men, who had taken refuge in Britain after the invasion of their homeland by the ‘Germany. Most volunteered for the armed forces; a considerable number joined the Royal …

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Bangladeshi student in the top 10

The British Council has announced the names of the ten international finalists, including a Bangladeshi student who will participate in the “FameLab Climate Change Communicators Online Final” to be held this month. The ten shortlisted finalists were selected by the judges on the basis of participant videos, a three-minute video …

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Expert – The New Indian Express

Express news service CHENNAI: With over 1 lakh of students scoring over 150 points in the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission Limit (TNEA), experts say students will face absolute chaos and confusion while completing their choice. The competition has grown dramatically, since last year only around 32,000 students scored over 150 …

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Ohio State-Led QuSTEAM Initiative Receives $ 5 Million From NSF

A multidisciplinary, multi-institutional program led by Ohio State University takes another step forward in its goal of developing a diverse, efficient and contemporary workforce ready for the quantum by revolutionizing and creating more equitable pathways to teaching of quantum sciences. QuSTEAM: Convergence Undergraduate Education in Quantum Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts …

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September: new BCI co-directors | News & Features

The Bristol Composites Institute at the University of Bristol has appointed two new co-directors, Professor Ole Thomsen and Professor Stephen Hallett, to succeed the founding director, Professor Michael Wisnom. The transition will mark a significant change for the Bristol Composites Institute, which was launched under the leadership of Professor Wisnom …

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Teacher training in Haiti | MIT News

Eli Brooks was only supposed to stay in Haiti for a few weeks. Like many students, the mechanical engineering senior’s initial plans for the summer of 2020 have been scrapped due to the pandemic. He had the opportunity to volunteer at the Have Faith Haiti Mission and Orphanage in Port-au-Prince …

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