https://www.linkedin.com/embed/feed/update/urn:li:share:6930231672516812800https://www.linkedin.com/embed/feed/update/urn:li:share:6930231672516812800 I The E.A. Fernandez IDEA Factory at the University of Maryland’s School of Engineering will be, according to senior systems engineer Nick Bentley, “a multidisciplinary powerhouse for entrepreneurship and innovation across campus.” Nick was a student of mine when
A Friendly Rhode Trip How you get treated when you arrive on campus at the busiest time of the year tells you a lot about a place. The University of Rhode Island treated me, a single counselor, like someone special.
Washington College, in Chestertown, Maryland, on the scenic Chester River, makes full use of its history and its location on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay. Recent land purchases along the waterfront have expanded its footprint and facilities, including a
Rick Clark is the admissions director at Georgia Tech, a selective university that has become more selective each year. He wants kids to know that they should not fear the process of getting into college. Most colleges accept most applicants,
Congratulations! What? The University of Maryland has a somewhat bewildering array of offers of admission to their Early Action applicants. (You pretty much have to apply Early Action because UMD selects 90 percent of their freshman class from that pool.)
Early action applicants to the University of Maryland, College Park, got their answers the end of January. Several positive outcomes were possible, but what do these outcomes mean? Limited Enrollment Programs Students who applied to a Limited Enrollment Program (LEP),
Syracuse University has a strong support system for students with learning differences. Staff point out that students transitioning from high school to college should expect to find differences in student responsibilities, parent roles, types of accommodations, and teacher engagement. However,
Harvey Mudd College is the STEM school of the five undergraduates schools within the Claremont Colleges, joining Pitzer, Scripps, Claremont McKenna, and Pomona. These schools, plus two graduate institutes, lie within a square mile 35 miles east of Los Angeles.
The bottom lines: 1. Be careful about the conclusions you draw from numbers showing that a greater percentage of admitted students submitted test scores. Test scores often correlate to achievement in the classroom, so those with high scores most often
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