New research, led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst and published recently in the journal Climate of the Past, is the first to provide a continuous look at a shift in climate, called the Mid-Pleistocene Transition, that has puzzled scientists. Kurt Lindberg, the paper’s first author and currently a graduate student at the University at Buffalo, was only an undergraduate when he completed the research as part of a team that included world-renowned climate scientists at UMass Amherst.
- Climate of the Past
Educators should have not have ‘high’ confidence in the quality of existing relationship education programmes because there is a lack of robust evaluation, experts have warned.
- Pastoral Care in Education
The 2022 Joint Meeting of the Geological Society of America North-Central and Southeastern Sections will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 7–8 April. We are pleased to announce a wide-ranging set of symposia, theme sessions, and short courses aligned with our meeting theme: Geoscience in a changed and changing world.
New sustainable coding platform automatically and invisibly transforms Microsoft MakeCode into a version that supports programming electronic devices that harvest energy from ambient sources, such as vibrations, movement, radio frequency transmissions and the sun.
NAIROBI — The Association for African Universities (AAU), the Public Library of Science (PLOS), and the Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) today announced that they will collaborate to increase awareness and provide training around Open Science practices and Open Access publishing in Africa.
Facilitating student learning and development is of utmost significance in ensuring the quality of higher education. There have been tremendous changes in higher education in the past two decades, which heavily influenced and deeply transformed the nature of student learning in this sector. This special issue of the ECNU Review of Education explores these new trends in higher education and provides insights for researchers and policymakers to address them.
- ECNU Review of Education