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Learn about the student-run computer repair center at Valencia College in Orlando, the topic of a UB Tech 2020 session. Students fix devices for any member of the college community for free and have worked with peers at a university in Paris on artificial intelligence and other IT projects.
Cedar Crest College President Elizabeth Meade shares strategies for addressing students’ financial burdens—through increased affordability and travel abroad and work-study opportunities for all.
Yes and no. Women are now the majority of accounting graduates, but fields such as engineering and physics remain male-dominated.
Virtual advising and embedded graduates bring college advising to a wider group of students—some of whom may not otherwise receive any substantial guidance in making decisions about postsecondary education.
Graduates with associate degrees in engineering can earn substantially more than workers with a bachelor’s degree in education, according to a new Georgetown University report.
The value of liberal arts degrees builds up over a lifetime, but black and Latinx graduates face less prosperous outcomes than their white classmates.
Colleges expand programs for former service members who have a hard time transitioning from the mission-oriented military to a more open, less rigid world of campus choices.
Higher ed institutions are strengthening town-gown relationships by partnering with local vendors and by offering vocational learning opportunities.
Higher ed institutions focus on contemporary etiquette to ready students for the workforce.
Academic dean salary trends, workforce preparation findings, and ways to improve your international admissions website
Stretching traditional résumé-consulting and career counseling roles to offer new services and opportunities
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