K–12 schools recruit students to help with personal device management, giving support to IT staff and teaching students important workforce skills.
U of C grad student helps discover a planet
Adina Feinstein, who's studying astronomy at the University of Chicago, helped discover a new planet with the help of some citizen scientists.
How this Chennai student helped in documenting birds
Marsh harriers, Bonelli’s eagles, and Indian rollers... student Vikas Madhav has helped SSN College of Engineering document over 125 species of birds in their campus
High school students help youngsters with language lessons
Students from Wilmslow High School have been helping children at local primary schools to learn different languages as part of the school's Language Leader programme. Over 50 Language Leaders accompanied by six
Rutgers Student Helps NASA Discover Planets
Doctoral student Pedro Gerum recently started his internship in NASA's Ames Research Center, where he will be a part of the TESS satellite mission to help discover new planets.
College Students Help Keep Sockeye Top Tier
College Students Help Keep Sockeye Top Tier Seafood News
How an art student helped enhance our investigations
Here’s what we and art student Neha Dharkar learned in CIR’s first animation summer internship.
How Being a 'C' Student Helped Me in Business
Sometimes, real-world experience, not academic performance, is the better pathway to the corporate suite.
How Students Helped to Discover the Relevancy of Poetry in the 21st Century
Christopher Margolin increased his students' interest in writing through engaging with modern poets through Twitter, Skype and classroom visits.
Here's how students helped change law in N.J. town
Students at Friends School Mullica Hill were concerned about the speed limit in front of their school.
Student helps to discover new pain relief delivery method
A Chemistry undergraduate at the University of York has helped to develop a new drug release gel, which may help avoid some of the side effects of painkillers such as ibuprofen and naproxen.
How these law students help costs and acrimony for divorcing couples (podcast with transcript)
In the wake of divorce, many families find themselves emotionally and financially devastated. If you're in the heat of a legal battle, it's easy to go too far and create acrimony with your ex-spouse which can poison any chance at a cordial future relationship–and drain both sides' bank accounts to pay for attorney fees. But what if if didn't have to be that way?
Penn State DuBois OTA Students Help Children Learn Focus
Penn State DuBois OTA Student Stefany Walker, of Reynoldsville, helps Wasson Elementary Student Parker Hayes fill a balloon with beans to make a "stress ball.” (Provided photo) DuBOIS – Students in the honors section of the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Program are helping elementary school students learn concentration and focus that will help them complete their school work and other tasks. The six…
SF Honors Student Helps Raise Siblings, Overcomes Abuse On Way To College
A teenager who helped raise his younger siblings - and survived an abusive father and thoughts of suicide - is among the newest Student Rising Above.
Bucknell students help Linntown students learn the "write" math skills
LEWISBURG — Alaina Foresman holds the attention of her 20 fourth-grade students Tuesday at Linntown Intermediate School as she explains what’s inside the manila envelopes laid on each child’s desk.
Somali Students Help Teachers Learn What It's Like To Be A Refugee
Research shows that schools treat black and white children differently. But in one town in Maine, Somali students are leading workshops on their culture for teachers and administrators.
Nova Southeastern University student helps start guide dog program
Nearly three and a half million Americans are either legally blind or so visually impaired they struggle to perform daily functions. Yet, it's estimated that only 2 percent are getting assistance with a guide dog.
How thinking like a C student helped this entrepreneur be more decisive
You only need to make the right decision about 70 percent of the time to be successful.
DONNA HUNT: Local student helped inspire 'The Great Debaters'
There is only one more day in this month so I just barely made February’s Black History Month this year. But thanks to Jim Sears in Indiana,
Guide Dog Puppy Raising: How Students Help Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Learn how students at Alfred University are working as guide dog puppy raisers for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, which trains service animals for those who need them.