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Consistent with past AACU surveys, this one found

The HEDS Alumni Survey asks alumni about the quality and impact of their undergraduate educational experiences, including cocurricular activities such as internships, study abroad, and community service. The survey also asks alumni to evaluate the impact of their undergraduate education on their postgraduate critical thinking, problem solving, and other learning outcomes. Finally, the survey asks about postgraduate employment, college satisfaction, and college debt. The survey, which should take no more tha

Most of the purported news we get about our nation’s higher education is about the ponderous tuition debt that accompanies many college graduates. But Americans are entitled to know how many of our colleges and university administrators are censoring and punishing the free expressions of students and, yes, professors — whether they are liberals, conservatives or independents.Cato Institute 1000 Massachusetts Ave, NW Washington, DC 20001-5403

Many patients are not finding adequate pain relief from commonly prescribed medications. Alternative therapies should be considered as additional treatment options in this population. The NCBI web site requires JavaScript to function.

Business executives care more about their new hires&apos thinking, communication and problem-solving skills than they do about their undergraduate majors, according to being released today by the Association of  American Colleges and Universities. The association first conducted the survey in 2006, and has done so periodically since then.A candidate&aposs demonstrated capacity to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than major

The AAU report provides separate statistics for the incidence of unwanted penetrative sex. (The report deliberately does not use the word , Cantor told me. This was at the universities’ request, because the schools are addressing conduct violations, not criminal matters.) The finding across all the schools was that for the 2014–2015 academic year, the rate of such completed, physically forced encounters among female undergraduates was 1.3 percent, and for those reporting such acts during the ent

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