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GRINGOS -- a Term Associated with College Grads

The Brits coined an acronym, “GRINGOS” to mean Graduates in Non-Graduate Occupations. Their concern was that because of the push to have people obtain college degrees, a variety of factors have caused people to complete college degrees and then end up in occupations that do not require that level of education.  688 more words


Tips for the First Weeks of College

It’s back to school time and we’re especially excited for our TeenSHARP alumni who are embarking on their first semester of college. This year we have students starting at Vassar College, Smith College, Ursinus College, and Penn State! 710 more words

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Tips for the First Weeks of College!

Bringing current events into the classroom

This morning we discussed teaching current events in the journalism classroom. Amazing that in a year and a half of #jerdchat, it’s the first time we’ve considered talking about how to teach what’s going on the the news to our news students. 172 more words


Preparing to submit scholarship or fellowship application this academic year?

You may be interested in information about the Center for Scholarship and Fellowship Advising at Syracuse University described in the most recent Syracuse University Magazine… 10 more words


Getting the Right Answer - Repost

This blog was the basis for my presentation today at Welcome to the majors.  Thanks to all of you who attended!

I was supposed to be an Engineer.  991 more words

Ethnic Studies Advising Changes, Walk Ins This Week & 1st Week of Classes

Dear Ethnic Studies Students & Friends, I’m write to you with a heavy, yet grateful heart to let you know that Friday, August 22nd – BEFORE CLASSES START – is my last day advising… 251 more words


Constituencies – Part 3

The third in a series of articles and commentaries on Constituencies in Family Enterprise.

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