Chula Ranks No.1 in Thailand and Stands as the Only Thai University in the World’s Top 100 for Academic Reputation and Employment Outcomes in QS World University Rankings 2025

Chulalongkorn University has once again been recognized as the No. 1 university in Thailand, and the only Thai institution to secure a spot in the world’s top 100 for Academic Reputation and Employment Outcomes, according to the QS World University Rankings (WUR) 2025, officially announced on June 5, 2024.

Study Unveils Balance of AI and Preserving Humanity in Health Care

The survey of more than 1,100 nursing professionals and students shows that more than half express reservations toward the integration of artificial intelligence and 38% question its potential benefits for the nursing field. In addition, despite the potential of telehealth services, 74% of nurses have never utilized them, citing doubts about their efficacy in delivering comprehensive patient care. The new report recommends four strategies for health care organizations to empower nurses in adopting AI.

University College London uses Symplectic Elements to showcase research profiles

Digital Science, a technology company serving stakeholders across the research ecosystem, is pleased to share the news that University College London (UCL) has launched a new public profiles system, UCL Profiles, powered by Symplectic Elements.

Binghamton University set to receive $5 million landmark gift to pursue AI research and development

Bloomberg L.P. co-founder and Binghamton University alumnus Tom Secunda ’76, MA ’79 today announced a landmark $5 million donation to Binghamton University to attract, recruit and retain tech talent, creating a pipeline for students to participate in the artificial intelligence economy of the future.

Binghamton University’s Speech and Language Pathology program receives accreditation candidacy

The new Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology (MS-SLP) program at Binghamton University’s Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences has achieved a significant milestone toward accreditation by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).

Institute of Art, Design and Technology launches a Figshare institutional repository to share, showcase and manage creative and scholarly outputs

Figshare, a leading provider of institutional repository infrastructure that supports open research, is pleased to announce that Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) is launching a new Figshare-powered institutional repository to share its creative research outputs.

Empowering Futures: UA Little Rock Launches Innovative Initiative to Boost Student Success Opportunities

UA Little Rock has announced the Trojan Champions program, a pioneering initiative aimed at fostering greater support for college students by increasing donations that provide students with expanded opportunities to thrive academically, professionally, and personally.

Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan Partners with Financial Times on Economic Poll Ahead of 2024 Presidential Election

The Financial Times and Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan are partnering on a new monthly poll to track how American voters perceive financial and economic issues in the lead up to the 2024 U.S. presidential election.

Rutgers Is Expanding Services for Students With ADHD and Autism

Rutgers University has received a grant from the New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE) – which, coupled with strategic funds from the Office of the Chancellor at the New Brunswick campus – will make it possible to bolster assessment and treatment services for Rutgers students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism at a fraction of the typical cost.

Rounds with Leadership: Practice Ready or Not?

AACN has played a central role in linking level of education to practice outcomes. Our advocacy around preparing a more highly educated nursing workforce stems from a core belief that baccalaureate and higher degree nursing education benefits both the patient and the nurse’s ability to practice at the highest level.

FAU Makes Significant Jump in ‘U.S. News & World Report’s’ 2024 List of Top Universities

FAU made considerable gains in the U.S. News & World Report list of “Top Public Schools,” moving up to No. 112 from No. 131 in this year’s ranking of the nation’s best universities. This is the largest rise out of all public universities in the state of Florida for the second year in a row.

University of Sussex connects Figshare to Symplectic Elements to create a joined-up research data management solution

The University of Sussex has successfully integrated Figshare and Symplectic Elements from Digital Science’s flagship products to create a seamless, interoperable research information and data management solution.

Extreme Weather as the New Norm: American University Experts Available for Comment

WHAT: As scientists, policymakers and communities continue to grapple with extreme weather events and a changing climate, American University experts are available to comment on a wide range of topics and ramifications. WHEN/WHERE: August 30, 2023 – ongoing; availability in-studio, through email, phone or Zoom WHO: Paul Bledsoe is an adjunct professorial lecturer at the Center for Environmental Policy in AU’s School of Public Affairs.

Call for Papers and Participation: CULI International Conference 2023

Chulalongkorn University Language Institute (CULI) is delighted to invite all to join the international conference “ELT in the New Era: From Basic to Higher Education”, and log in for online post-conference workshops via Zoom from November 23-25, 2023, at Thailand’s time zone (GMT+7).

Sociologists to Explore Topics of Attacks on Public Education, Racial Justice, the Future of Democracy, and More at ASA Annual Meeting, Aug. 17-21, Philadelphia; Press Registration Open

Approximately 600 sessions featuring over 3,000 research papers are open to the press. From race and racism to mental health, from climate control and environmental policy issues to artificial intelligence, sociologists are investigating and reporting on the most sensitive problems confronting American society.

Stellenbosch University selects Symplectic Elements to support and streamline research outputs submissions to the DHET

Digital Science is pleased to announce that Stellenbosch University (SU) has selected Symplectic Elements from Digital Science’s flagship products to support its goal of advancing knowledge in service of society.

American University’s Kogod School of Business Students Launch New Publication to Highlight Issues in Sustainability

American University’s Kogod School of Business announced the launch of the Kogod Sustainability Review, a student-led publication that will highlight cutting-edge research from industry leaders, identify and discuss new trends, and further advance progress in the field of sustainability.

Developing countries need greater recognition for research into UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Developing nations need greater visibility, acknowledgement and support for their research into the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according to the authors of a major analysis of the past 15 years of worldwide research into SDGs.

CHULA THE HERO

At Chulalongkorn University, we are dedicated to develop innovations to address social concerns and create a better society. Our focus is to work towards the knowledge transfer and well-being for Thailand and the world. Learn more about our Heroes, their inspiration, developments, innovations and impact.

FINAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS! for International Master’s Degree Programs at Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts (Academic Year 2023)

Three International master’s degree programs at the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts are now accepting applications for the Academic Year 2023.

AACN and QGenda Launch New Scholarship to Support Nursing Students in Baccalaureate and Graduate Programs

AACN nd QGenda are pleased to announce the launch of a new scholarship program to support the preparation of new nurses and those seeking to advance their education. Open to nursing students pursuing baccalaureate and higher degrees at AACN member institutions, this program will award nearly $50,000 in scholarships through 2025, which will be administered by AACN’s Foundation for Academic Nursing.

New Data Show Enrollment Declines in Schools of Nursing, Raising Concerns About the Nation’s Nursing Workforce

According to new data released today by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), the number of students in entry-level baccalaureate nursing programs decreased by 1.4% last year, ending a 20-year period of enrollment growth in programs designed to prepare new registered nurses (RNs). With declines also recorded in master’s and PhD programs, collective action must be taken to strengthen pathways into nursing to ensure the nation’s healthcare needs are met. Despite the decrease in enrolled students, nursing schools turned away thousands of qualified applicants last year due largely to a shortage of faculty and clinical training sites.

College Students Win Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation’s Annual Real Estate Challenge

A group of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students won a national Real Estate Challenge in Chicago, winning a $5,000 scholarship that will be used to support finance/real estate students at UA Little Rock. UA Little Rock was the Undergraduate Division Winner of the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation’s Annual Real Estate Challenge, which matches teams from selected universities in a competition focusing on a high-profile development/redevelopment project in the Chicago Metropolitan area.