Student Savers: How to Get a Better Rate on Your Tuition

December 14, 2016

Student Savers: How to Get a Better Rate on Your Tuition By Kara M. In contemporary society, tuition and textbook costs are increasing on an annual basis. Despite various economic turns and recessions, colleges and universities are not ashamed to publicize their yearly tuition increases. However, as these costs are getting higher, there are several […]

Trump & Education: 3 Things to Watch For

December 12, 2016

Trump and Education: 3 Things to Watch For By Niels V. On November 8, the “who will be president?” guessing game came to a dramatic end, and a new, even less predictable guessing game began: what will Trump do as president, anyway? This game is tricky because Trump isn’t a normal President-elect. He has no […]

MTE: Helping Scientists and Engineers Start Their Own Companies

December 9, 2016

On this episode of “Meet the Experts” we have the honor of interviewing Dr. Christie Canaria, a member of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). She provides programmatic support to small businesses applying to the SBIR and STTR programs and has areas of expertise in biological imaging, […]

Education and Career Ideas for Undeclared Students

December 7, 2016

Education and Career Ideas for Undeclared Students By Rachelle W. Many students have a hard time choosing a major. If you fall into this category, don’t feel bad. In fact, the majority of students change majors at least once during their college careers. In some ways, it’s an advantage to be undeclared. This gives you […]

How to Know if an Advanced Degree is Right for Your Career

December 2, 2016

College graduates who have found their dream jobs may assume their college days are over. But chances are they might later decide that graduate study can further their careers. How do you know if you should think about going back to college for a master’s degree? Here are a few things to consider about your […]

Who NOT to Listen to During the College Application Process

November 30, 2016

Probably the most important piece of advice for students navigating through college admissions is to wear imaginary ear buds. It is advised for students to avoid listening too much to their parents, relatives, friends, and school teachers when it comes to the application process. This is because their suggestions and sources are often anecdotal, erroneous […]

Coding for Beginners: How to Get a Better IT Education

November 25, 2016

          Coding for Beginners: How to Get a Better IT Education By Kara M. Computer programming is one of the most valuable skills to have in today’s evolving job market. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for the average computer programmer in the year 2015 was […]

College Admissions Authority Episode 10- College Consulting

November 23, 2016

CAA Episode # 10 Susan Packer Davis talks about college consulting. Listen here: