Category Archives for "Vocational Schools"

3 Best STEM Colleges in US


Science and technology are among the fast-rising industries today. While these industries have high job market demand, compensation is also very attractive. If you want to venture and build a career in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, getting into a (STEM) college is a great move for you. Here are some of the best STEM […]

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MIT Receives $1 Million Gift for STEM Programs


National funding can greatly help academic programs reach out and support students in pursuing academic training or degrees, which can help the country’s economy and fill the employment void in several industries, especially in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). These courses and careers are so vital to the economy and academic track that schools […]

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RIT’s New Scholarship for Deaf Students


Rochester Institute of Technology’s NTID (National Technical Institute for the Deaf) has just recently announced that they will be offering a scholarship for the deaf and hard-of-hearing students. The Michael E. Lawson Endowed Scholarship, for the 2016 – 2017 academic year will be offered to students with hearing problems and afflictions, primarily those in the […]

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MIT Study Reveals Future of Urban Living


The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has just revealed more about the studies they have been conducting in their Senseable City Lab. The project is made to understand and study how cities are made, how people live, work and grow in urban areas. How best to make cities safe, sustainable, and better. The brains behind the […]

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MIT Research Finds Microbial Interactions Affecting Oceanic Carbon Cycles


Marine organic particles carry carbon from the surface to the deep every year worldwide. This phenomenon is made possible by the groups of marine microorganisms that gather on and collectively degrade sinking organic particles. The mystery here is how these microorganisms self-assemble into communities and collectives, and how this affects particle degradation. Massachusetts Institute of […]

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