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Weekly Highlights for August 28

Here’s this week’s advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions. Have something to share? Add it in the comments. 316 more words

CASE Highlights

Leadership: Nature or Nurture?

The beauty of independent schools is that with smaller classes, individual attention and lots of hands on experiential experiences, even our youngest students can practice leadership. 52 more words

Childhood Development

Engineering is one of the highest paid degrees you can get — and it’s a popular choice for students who are interested in building and developing products, as well as for those who have a knack for math and science. 920 more words

Choosing A College

3rd year at Madras Institute of Technology

Hey, how you doin?! :D Haha just kidding! I have become a diehard fan of the sitcom “FRIENDS” that those characters keep streaming through me now and then. 2,281 more words



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From MIT: "Young brains can take on new functions"

MIT News

August 27, 2015
Anne Trafton

Illustration: Jose-Luis Olivares/MIT

In 2011, MIT neuroscientist Rebecca Saxe and colleagues reported that in blind adults, brain regions normally dedicated to vision processing instead participate in language tasks such as speech and comprehension. 933 more words

Applied Research & Technology