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From: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Subject: Academe Today: Students Shouldn’t Always Choose Higher-Paying Majors (Opinion)
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The Review | Opinion
Students Shouldn’t Always Choose Higher-Paying MajorsA focus on small differences in future-earnings statistics can lead students astray.
Higher Ed’s Research Footprint Is GrowingColleges and universities increased the amount of space they’ve dedicated to research by 17 percent over a decade.
'Equitable Educational Outcomes'
What Does It Take to Be a ‘Minority-Serving Institution’?Researchers propose a new classification system to clear up confusion and improve equity.
Politics and DEI Training
North Carolina Lawmakers Want Details on UNC’s Diversity TrainingBy next week, all University of North Carolina campuses must provide an inventory of employee-training programs that cover diversity, race, and unconscious bias.
‘I Had to Choose Myself’: This First-Gen Student Never Gave Up on CollegeMeet Selena Bush, a senior at Roosevelt University, in Chicago. Despite daunting family and financial challenges, she is powering through to her degree.
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