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Center of Business Development Technology Opens at SUSU

In September, the School of Economics and Management of South Ural State University is opening a unique-for-the-Ural-region Center of Business Development Technology for the...

How Do You Change An Organizational Culture?

Changing an organization’s culture is one of the most difficult leadership challenges. That’s because an organization’s culture comprises an interlocking set of goals, roles,...

AUS joins international Tiny House movement, creating a small living space with big potential

Faculty and students at American University of Sharjah (AUS) have unveiled a “Tiny House” on campus, showcasing the latest research in sustainable and environmentally friendly...

Repositioning The Social Sciences For National Transformation: The Critical Role Of The Social Sciences...

The main objective of this paper is to identify the strategies needed for the reorganisation of social sciences as effective tools for national transformation...
Internationalisation of Swedish Higher Education and Research

Internationalisation of Swedish Higher Education and Research

The higher education landscape is inherently global and with the increased mobility of people, information and resources across borders, it helps to advance the...

Smart special education laboratories found at the University of Babylon

The Department of Special Education contains three laboratories, which are the first of their kind in Iraq in terms of content and functionality. They...

AUS architecture professor selected for prestigious Fulbright Program

Marcus Farr, a faculty member of the College of Architecture, Art and Design (CAAD) at American University of Sharjah (AUS), has been named a...

Measuring and Monitoring Positive Impact

Monitoring and measuring change is key to the successful execution of Positive Impact In the last decade, results-based funding and pay for performance models have...
A revolution in healthcare is coming

A revolution in healthcare is coming

A fundamental problem of advanced economies’ healthcare systems today involves the lack of knowledge and control by patients; and by providing them with access...
Expanding Arts Education in a Digital Age

Expanding Arts Education in a Digital Age

This paper focuses on the approach of enhancing the analysis on arts education within the present domains of technology and globalisation. The proposed approach...
Innovation Isn’t Just For Startups: How Big Companies Can Tap Their Creative Power

Innovation Isn’t Just For Startups: How Big Companies Can Tap Their Creative Power

Being innovative is no longer just reserved for startups. At present, bigger companies are also highlighting on innovation to remain competitive by embodying research...

NUST MISIS scientists prove the toxicity of silver nanoparticles

NUST MISIS scientists and their colleagues from the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) have proved the high toxicity of silver nanoparticles by conducting an...

HKBU scholar names new gecko species — Hong Kong Tree Gecko

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) Biology research group has described a new species of gecko in Hong Kong, and named it Hong Kong Tree...