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The goal is for faculty diversity to align more closely with the rising diversity of the student body.
Of the students who did, 64% indicated that their mentor was a professor, finds the latest Strada-Gallup Alumni Survey.
Research from Gallup suggests that these 6 experiences have the most influence over long-term student success. Here's how colleges make them available to students.
Students of all races enter STEM majors at roughly equal rates. But black and Latino students leave the majors at nearly twice the rate of white students.
HIGHER is a series of professional development conferences and webinars designed to create space for conversations and connections that empower women in higher education to push through barriers to reaching their career goals and to pull other women up along the way.
With fewer students physically visiting before applying, institutions need a virtual tour that can convey culture and tell their unique story.
This fellowship blog post explores how to increase applications from prospective female scientists through early exposure, and discusses how universities can play a role in promoting science to capture a more diverse population of students in STEM programs.
A recent analysis into the state of the STEM workforce concludes that experience in the field does lead to a pay bump—and certain pockets of the industry are more diverse than you might expect.
Researchers from the American Council on Education compared changes over a 20-year period in areas such as undergraduate enrollment and graduation, student debt, and composition of college faculty and staff.
Provosts, faculty, and employers gathered to discuss the future of work. They identified three changes colleges will need to make to ensure their students are prepared.