Would More Bureaucracy Help Students Graduate on Time? Probably Not
Students aren’t accessing the advising resources that are already available to them. So what good would another office or initiative do? It’s typical of lawmakers to try to increase efficiency and save on costs by adding another layer of bureaucracy.
For Grad Students Leaving Academia, Career Guidance Is Hard to Come By
It’s widely acknowledged that only a fraction of graduate students will find tenure track positions in universities. Yet the topic of seeking a career outside the university is rarely broached between student and advisor.
Bravo to the University of Chicago
On many university campuses, freedom from speech is more important than freedom of speech. But not everywhere. The University of Chicago is bravely refusing to follow this destructive path.
How Students Spend Their Time
College students love to complain about how busy and overwrought they are with classes and studying. Come mid-terms and finals there is no end to the caffeinated drinks and cramming. But just how much time are college students really spending on their education?