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What happens to graduates?

Last week the DfE published and interesting bulletin about graduate outcomes for all subjects by university using three time periods. The full details can be found at… 509 more words


Here's What A Recent Graduate Has To Say About College

​It’s the middle of June – the time of the year when most of you are in school, whether you are in first or second grade, high school, or in some cases, even college. 803 more words

Yours Truly

IOTAR50: Intellectual History from the Undistinguished

We continue “The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution at 50,” our joint roundtable with the S-USIH blog. Today’s post is by Jonathan Wilson, an adjunct faculty member at the University of Scranton and Marywood University. 1,146 more words

American Revolution

Monitoring with Florida Institute of Oceanography

Participants in Florida Institute of Oceanography’s Marine Field Studies class assisted GTM Research Reserve biologists (yes, us NERRds!) in our annual mangrove monitoring this past May. 93 more words


This part of my life, I call Living.

It’s no shock today that graduates are struggling to find those promised, high-earning jobs after they graduate. Students work their arses off, inhaling  large amounts of alcohol and junk food to help attain that special piece of paper at the end of it all. 356 more words


Public Service is Local and Global

Sonia Hurtado Ureno, Sociology and Latin American Studies ’17 2017 Leo T. McCarthy Award for Public Service Award Winner

My identities as a low income, first generation Latina have heavily shaped my experiences navigating the K-12 and higher education system. 358 more words

Leo T. McCarthy Center (LTMC)