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University Times International is the advocacy agency for promoting the university and the higher education constituency as the knowledge bank of society, showcasing university life-- innovation, research, academic achievements, products of intellectual excellence and others -- for practical application to the needs of government and society, thus enabling a symbiotic relationship between ‘town and gown,’ that should exist in a progressive society. We do these worldwide through UTI online magazine, newsletter, workshops and conferences!

DSU Holds In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Isaiah Williams While meeting CDC and state Covid-19 guidelines, Delaware State University honors its 2020 and 2021 G.A.E.S graduates with a proper send off after such a traumatic year and a half. In 2020 we were hit with an unexpected global pandemic and it shook up everyone’s world […]

First African Super Computer Launches in Morrocco

Jasper Herman/University of Morocco Mohammed VI Polytechnic University has launched the African Supercomputing Center that aims to boost Africa’s research capacities. Rabat – Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) has officially launched its new datacenter that hosts Africa’s most powerful supercomputer. The new entity at UM6P will provide high […]

University of Bern, Switzerland wants to be climate neutral by 2025

University of Bern, News Release The University of Bern has set itself the goal of becoming a climate-neutral institution by 2025 in all areas in which it has a direct influence. This ambitious goal is not only a necessity for the University of Bern due to continued unchecked […]

UI ranks among best 500 universities in the world, best in Nigeria

University of Ibadan Kazeem Ugbodaga/PM News/UTI The University of Ibadan (UI) has been ranked among the best 500 universities in the world and first in Nigeria. The ranking was carried out by  The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, which ranked more than 1,500 universities across 93 countries and […]

New strategy to strengthen the humanities at University of Oslo (UiO)

University of Oslo Website News/January 21/21. The humanities hold a strong position at UiO. A new strategy for the next ten years will secure and strengthen this position both at the university and in society in general. UiO has an important strength in its academic breadth and the […]

DRONES DELIVERING DURING PANDEMIC

UDNEWS/Article by Adam S. Kamras Illustration by Cindy Dolan February 25, 2021 Award-winning UD PCS program prepares pilots for growing industry Considered to be ahead of their time by playing country rock music in the late 1960s, the Flying Burrito Brothers borrowed their band name from a group of Los Angeles musicians […]

Six KSOM departments make top 10 in NIH funding nationally

Ophthalmology is No. 1 among med schools for the fourth year in a row, while Preventive Medicine is No. 2 By Landon Hall/Keck School News/February 17, 2021 Data on grants awarded from the National Institutes of Health have been released, and the Keck School of Medicine of USC […]

“Heaviest Black Hole Collision” Might be a Boson Star Merger

Chinese University of Hong Kong Release/ 25 Feb 2021 An International Team of Scientists, Including a CUHK Student, Discovers the “Heaviest Black Hole Collision” Might be a Boson Star Merger An international team of scientists led by the Galician Institute of High Energy Physics and the University of […]

Tiwa Akinfeleye Joins University Times International

I am happy and honored to join University Times International as an Intern and a staff today, February 22nd, 2021 under the supervision of Delaware State University’s Dr. Renee Marine, the Program Director, Television Lead, Mass Communications, Visual and Performing Arts and Professor Daniel Awodiya, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher […]

Scientists appeal for calm over new Covid variant in South Africa

 Sarah Boseley/The Guardian  Ravi Gupta, professor of clinical microbiology from Cambridge University, and an honorary professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, has been working on how mutations to the virus are increasing infectivity. There is a need to strike a balance, he said, “between warning […]

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