Increasing equitable access to internships

With more employers hiring college interns to fill full-time positions, colleges and organizations are working to ensure that students of all backgrounds can access internship opportunities and their lasting benefits.

New undergraduate initiative supports advancement of women in business

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has launched the Kosoy Women in Business program, offering professional development workshops, mentorship opportunities, and other programming for undergraduate students interested in advancing women’s workplace issues.

Transforming how students learn

To boost academic success and support students from historically underrepresented groups, the University of Georgia is training faculty to adopt an active learning model in their classrooms.

Can data science prepare high school students for success?

After shifting guidance from the group that sets admissions criteria for California’s public universities, educators are debating the benefits and drawbacks of allowing students to substitute data science for Algebra II when it comes to engagement and college preparation.