To Get More Students Through College, Give Them Fewer Choices

NPR Ed – Anya Kamenetz “How many different flavors of jam do you need to be happy? In 2000, a famous experiment showed that when people were presented with a supermarket sampler of 24 exotic fruit flavors, they were more attracted to the display. But, when...

Jobs For Recent College Grads Likely To Grow

The Huffington Post – Paul Wiseman “The consulting and accounting firm EY is aggressively recruiting on college campuses this spring. The company formerly known as Ernst & Young plans to hire 9,000 graduates from U.S. universities this year, up from...

The Urgency of Increasing Higher Education Attainment in America

The Huffington Post – Jamie Merisotis “As postsecondary skills have become essential to success for millions of Americans, few would argue that our nation has all of the talent it needs to prosper. New data reveal that our country risks falling behind in a...

Global Challenges Drive Need for International Awareness

The Huffington Post – Dr. Scott D. Miller “The shrinking nature of the globe through the interdependence of national economies, the advance of terrorism, and common threats facing the world’s environmental systems, among many other factors, makes a...