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A Data-Based Defense of the English Major

Research from the Association of Departments of English (ADE) highlights the value of studying English and the career outcomes of graduates.

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Is College Worth It?

David Wippman and Glenn C. Altschuler review a new book taking on the “myth” of the college wage premium.

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Success Program Launch: Leadership Academy for All Undergrads

A $20 million gift will fund a leadership development center for students at Washington University in St. Louis, creating new leadership trainings and funding research.

The Underemployment Problem for College Graduates: Key Podcast

More than half of bachelor’s degree holders are underemployed a year after graduation, and roughly four in 10 are still...
Veronica Stewart, career center director at Bryant University, teaches a lecture to first-year students.

Success Program Launch: Required Career Prep Seminar Course

In Bryant University’s new general education program, students must complete three one-credit courses, one of which is focused on professional development and career exploration.

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Rating States’ Work on Post-College Outcomes

Data-rich report from Strada shows few states have highly developed systems for career coaching, work-based learning or alignment with employer interests.

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Are Recent Graduates Ready to Work? HR Professionals Say Yes.

A new survey from Handshake and SHRM finds a majority of those in human resource positions believe young people entering the workforce are ready to succeed in their organization.

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Career Prep Tip: Host an Etiquette Dinner

Colleges and universities can put on a formal dinner to teach students how to engage in networking conversations or an interview during a meal.