Majoring in Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers play a key role in designing and building all the familiar tools and appliances that have become necessities in our everyday lives. Whenever you are on your cell phone, computer, television or even drive a car, there is an electrical engineer who made it all possible. While electrical engineers design fun things...

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Oops, did you just hit the post button?

Social media can create a permanent record of inappropriate conduct or language that can haunt you going forward. Many adults have lost their jobs over inappropriate postings and stories abound of students and even teachers sharing inappropriate items on social media. You probably are aware of some from your own school. One would hope...

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Majoring in Molecular Biology

Molecular biology, the study of biology at the molecular level, is a challenging branch of science focuses on the structure and function of the molecules that form the basis of life. Pretty heady stuff! What do molecular biologists do? They explore cells, their characteristics and parts, chemical processes, and how molecules control cellular activity...

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Majoring in Animal Science

Animal science is a broad field. Students majoring in animal science study everything you can think of about animals — their biology, physiology, growth, breeding, nutrition, behavior, and management. According to the American Society of Animal Science, there are over 500 different job classifications for animal science graduates. What can you do as an...

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Do You Need SAT or ACT Testing Accommodations? Good News: The Process is Now Much Easier

Recently, the College Board, the nonprofit organization that owns the SAT, PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT, SAT Subject Tests, and the AP exams as well as its competitor, ACT, Inc., which administers the test bearing the same name, announced major changes to their testing accommodations policy for those students with documented disabilities. A variety of testing...

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The Big University Experience

Generally, those universities with more than 15,000 undergraduates are considered to be large enrollment universities. Student populations among universities vary greatly. Many schools, including Texas A&M, Ohio State, and have an undergraduate enrollment in excess of 40,000 students. In our own backyard, Rutgers has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 35,000, far more than most...

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