Posts tagged: Graduate school - Diverse

Success Comes At A Price

by Tyler Hallmark | March 7, 2019 While the number of low-socioeconomic status (SES) and first-generation students attending gra Read more

Learning How to Teach is Important – Even if You Don’t Want to Be Faculty

by | January 23, 2019
While not every student intends to teach after completing a terminal degree in education, I wou [...] Read more

Winners of 2018 Cooke Graduate Scholarship and International Award Announced

by | December 19, 2018
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation (JKCF) recently announced that 82 students who have started thei [...] Read more

Marybeth Gasman to Join Rutgers Faculty

by | December 6, 2018
Dr. Marybeth Gasman, who has established herself as one of the nation’s most prominent schola [...] Read more

Panelists: More Work to be Done in Diversifying Graduate Education

by | November 8, 2018
Graduate school deans at top universities from across the nation say that colleges and universi [...] Read more

Responding to Misconceptions of Being a Graduate Student

by | November 5, 2018
Sometimes I get frustrated with myself because I am unable to explain my experiences in higher [...] Read more

Study: Parental Education is a Major Factor in Considering Advanced Degree

by | October 23, 2018
Parental education is a major factor in an undergraduate student’s decision whether to pursue [...] Read more

Getting to the Other Side: Surviving the Ph.D.

by Asia Ferrin | August 27, 2018
I recently finished my first year in a tenure-track position at American University in Washingt [...] Read more

Southern Grad Schools See Need to Tap into Diversity Boom

by Catherine Morris | March 5, 2017
As the United States moves toward a future where the population will be “majority minority” [...] Read more