Tagged - Education
Kearns Center receives grant to support first-gen, low-income students
The Kearns Center’s model of support includes a mix of "intensive academic advising, graduate school preparation, and an emphasis on undergraduate research."
The College Board needs to teach a more diverse history
Despite what Americans are taught, the world didn’t start with the arrival of Europeans and end when European countries lost their colonies.
Hector Carvajal, from high school dropout to campus leader
With a social venture dedicated to education equity, an increasing role in student organizations, and an inspiring story, junior Hector Carvajal, once a high school dropout, is a new leader on our campus.
Don’t put STEM on a pedestal
We do not have the right to compare these majors to one another as they demand different knowledge and skills from the student. While topics such as coding might seem difficult to STEM students, non-STEM students have to face similar problems in learning material such as the International Phonetics Alphabet.