Lauren Ingeno

Lauren Ingeno

Lauren Ingeno, Editorial Intern, graduated from Pennsylvania State University in May 2013 with a degree in journalism and English. At Penn State, Lauren served as a staff writer and a copy editor at The Daily Collegian. During spring break of her senior year, Lauren traveled to Shanghai with a group of Penn State journalism students, where she wrote about China’s changing higher education system. She was a copy-editing intern at The Philadelphia Inquirer and a collegiate correspondent for USA TODAY College. Lauren grew up outside of West Philadelphia and misses Wawa convenience stores. She enjoys watching “Game of Thrones” and re-watching “The Wire.”

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August 27, 2013
While many colleges have not yet felt the effects of sequestration, federal spending cuts could be destructive for tribally controlled colleges.
August 23, 2013
Entrepreneurship education, once considered a “niche program” has become a “hot” area of focus that is now expected in most M.B.A. programs and is primarily focused on experiential, rather than theoretical learning, said Sarah Gardial, dean of the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business and president of the MBA Roundtable.
August 23, 2013
Boston College’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors has sent a third letter to the Rev. William Leahy, the president, asking that the administration appoint an independent committee to examine the circumstances surrounding the creation and conduct of the oral history collection known as the Belfast Project. And for the third time, the AAUP board members have yet to receive a response from Father Leahy, the college’s provost or its board, said Susan Michalczyk, the college’s AAUP chapter president.
August 22, 2013
As policy makers explore ways to restructure student aid, a study shows that need-based aid grant eligibility improves students' likelihood to enroll in college, stay in college and earn a bachelor's degree.
August 20, 2013
In Omaha, one community college has opened a "neighborhood" facility to make adult education more accessible.

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