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Applying to Law School: What UCSD Alumni, Students, and Faculty Think

In light of the slight uptick in law school enrollment, the legal profession is currently growing at a rate of 9% throughout the next decade, compared to other careers requiring a professional or doctorate degree within the STEM field.

Additionally, cumulative enrollment …

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Drew Theological School Launch Three New Dual-Degree Programs

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October 2021 – Drew University and Drew Theological School have launched three new Dual-Degree programs.

The programs are part of six new options added to the University’s extensive offering of Dual-Degree programs with Drew’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, and …

By taltemus@drew.edu
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Collegiate Times Discusses How First-generation Students Are Pioneers of Higher Education

In an opinion piece entitled, “First-generation students are the pioneers of higher education,” contributor, Lisa Fenjiro discusses why the the hard work that first-gen students put into their collegiate career is something that should be recognized and celebrated more than …

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6 Options for International Students Who Didn’t Win the H-1B Lottery

Another H-1B lottery season has come to an end. This year, the number of applications far exceeded the 85,000 allotted H-1Bs, the visas international students typically need to work in the U.S. after graduation. This means that, yet again, numerous …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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The Idealist Guide to Working (and Living) with Chronic Illness and Disability

There are myriad stories on the internet about different health experiences—be it chronic illness, disability, mental health struggles, or some combination of the three. But from the perspective of a person who wants to have an impactful career, there is …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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