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NIFT Admissions 2020 for J&K Students; Eligibility, Exam Dates, Application and Admission Process

The details of NIFT admissions 2020 for J&K students have been given here. Candidates can find the eligibility, exam dates, application process and admission process of NIFT for the candidates of J&K.

NIFT Admissions for J&K Students

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The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has started inviting applications for admission to the course of Bachelor of Design (B.Des) offered to candidates with J&K and Ladakh domicile. All aspirants of the state who are interested in securing admission in the B.Des course at NIFT Srinagar will have to appear

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Hines College Students Win AIA Houston Design Award for Third Ward “Libromat”

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UHCOAD award-winning “Libromat” (renders by Jing Ye)

The University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design was represented again among this year’s 2020 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Houston Chapter Annual Design Awards, with students recognized alongside alumni and College faculty. The prestigious awards highlight design excellence throughout the country’s fourth largest city in the areas of architecture, residential architecture, interior architecture, restoration/renovation, and urban design. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards were held virtually.

The College’s spring 2020 semester 3501 Interior Architecture Design Studio won an award for its Libromat, a combination

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As colleges battle COVID outbreaks, Fauci warns them not to send students home

by Robin Foster, E.j. Mundell

As colleges battle COVID outbreaks, fauci warns them not to send students home

Colleges across America struggled to control coronavirus outbreaks on campus, even as Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Wednesday that sending students home after an outbreak is “the worst thing you could do.”

Universities continue to be hit with alarming infection rates, and many have already switched to online learning, the Washington Post reported. In some instances, students have been told to move out of their dorms and return home, the newspaper said.

But Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, told NBC’s “Today” show that it was important to ensure that infected students are placed

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U.S. Colleges: What to Do With Students and Coronavirus on Campus?

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A consensus is building among public health experts that it’s better to keep university students on campus after a Covid-19 outbreak rather than send them home as many are doing.

It’s easier to isolate sick or exposed students and trace their contacts if they stay put, said Ravina Kullar, epidemiologist and spokesperson for Infectious Diseases Society of America. Sending students home risks exposing other people there as well as along the way, and makes

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Engineering Students Address Pandemic Needs Through Design

 


MARIETTA, Ga.
(Aug 13, 2020)
— In times of need, engineers are often called upon to develop innovative solutions
that address society’s most pressing issues. Throughout the summer, students in Kennesaw
State University’s product realization course tried their hand in positively impacting
the ongoing coronavirus pandemic through research and design.

Taught by Dal Hyung Kim, assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, the course took students through a rigorous design process from assessing case studies
to implementation, culminating in a final project in which students were to improve
an existing product

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