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Study: Postgraduate Degrees Often Create Lifelong Learners

Almost three-quarters of Americans with postgraduate education believe that they continue to learn something each day, according to data from Gallup.

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University Creates First Graduate Degree in Dental Identification
University Creates First Graduate Degree in Dental Identification

Students interested in becoming forensic experts and crime scene investigators might want to explore a new degree being offered at the University of Tennessee.

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16-year-old Chicago girl earns master
16-Year-Old Chicago Girl Earns Master's Degree

While most 16-year-olds around the U.S. may be looking on jealously as the seniors in their high schools prepare to leave for college, Thessalonika Arzu-Embry is looking forward to her doctorate.

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New International Program Aims to Prepare Foreign Undergraduates for U.S. Higher Ed
New International Program Aims to Prepare Foreign Undergraduates for U.S. Higher Ed

In an effort to better prepare foreign students for the rigors and expectations of American graduate programs, a new initiative is being put into place by Teachers College, Columbia University.

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Georgia Tech: High Hopes for Online Masters Program

Online degrees have been a fixture of undergraduate education for a few years now, but the practice has been slower to creep into graduate levels of learning - until now, that is.
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Friday, Apr 10 2015 11:00 AM

U.S. News Ranks the 2016 Best Graduate Schools

U.S. News has released its rankings for the best graduate schools in business, law, education, engineering, medicine and nursing.
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Tuesday, Mar 10 2015 09:00 AM

Many College Freshmen Plan for More than 4 Years of Higher Education

Four years of school for a bachelor degree may no longer be the expectation among incoming college students.
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Tuesday, Feb 17 2015 11:00 AM

Are Graduates as Career-Ready as They Think They Are?

Ask college students why they're pursuing a course of study, and more likely than not, their first answer will be that they're trying to boost their career-readiness.
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Tuesday, Jan 27 2015 11:00 AM

Striking Graduate Teaching Assistants Reach Deal With University of Oregon

Recent events may have opened the possibility of better compensation for teaching assistants. At the University of Oregon, an eight-day strike by graduate teaching assistants recently ended, with the university reaching a tentative deal amenable to the students.
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Sunday, Dec 14 2014 01:00 PM

How to Avoid Common Grad School Application Mistakes

A 2006 study published in the journal Teaching of Psychology examined some of the major mistakes that could hurt an applicant's chances of being admitted to a graduate psychology program.
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Saturday, Nov 15 2014 11:00 AM

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