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College rankings: How they actually work

College rankings are ubiquitous as the school year starts. U.S. News & World Report, Niche, and Times Higher Education all released rankings in September.  The proliferation of these rankings have led some to revolt against the concept of neatly bucketing schools on lists where they are in the "top" or "bottom" of rankings, especially as top performers tend to be expensive private schools, and ballooning [...]

College rankings: How they actually work 2017-09-22T13:23:45+00:00

Engaging Women in Conservation

This past March, the theme for Women’s History Month was “Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business.” To close out the month-long celebration, we wanted to talk to women who literally blaze trails: the women of Conservation Corps. Based on the model of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the Great Depression, modern Conservation Corps are locally-based organizations that engage diverse young adults in service and job [...]

Engaging Women in Conservation 2017-09-20T15:49:44+00:00

Deloitte’s RightStep Helps Kids Stay on the College Path

Countless studies have shown that individuals with a college degree will do much better financially over the course of their careers than those without. That’s good news for those who graduate college, especially as the degree will be required for the bulk of new jobs the U.S. economy will create in the coming years. But it is mostly bad news for those from low-income families for whom college [...]

Deloitte’s RightStep Helps Kids Stay on the College Path 2017-09-18T11:52:31+00:00

How JPMorgan Chase Is Cashing in on Private Prisons

For its stance on human rights to have real meaning, Chase must divest from the private prison system. JPMorgan Chase, like so many corporations, is trying to have its cake and eat it under the Trump administration. In the last few weeks, it has invested time, public relations' efforts and money in presenting itself as a defender of human rights. But the $2 million Chase pledged [...]

How JPMorgan Chase Is Cashing in on Private Prisons 2017-09-18T12:06:43+00:00

College in the U.S. Is More Expensive Than in Any Other Country in the World

Higher education costs in this country are out of control. The price of a college degree is more expensive in America than anywhere else in the world, according to a new report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. The OECD looked at public and private college costs in its 35 member countries and found that higher education is priciest in the United States [...]

College in the U.S. Is More Expensive Than in Any Other Country in the World 2017-09-18T12:24:02+00:00

Confronting Racial Bias at Work

More than 50 years after the passage of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, racial discrimination in workplaces is commonplace, and threatens to worsen given the racist rhetoric espoused during the president-elect's campaign and the corresponding behavior it sanctions. The anti-government regulation approach to the economy typical of the current congressional leadership and their disdain for so-called "political correctness" are also likely [...]

Confronting Racial Bias at Work 2017-09-15T10:46:56+00:00

How a female-led social network crowdsources half of the power of the planet

article content If you ask Jensine Larsen, there’s no power quite like sunlight. She’s the founder of World Pulse, a women’s social network which shines light upon the lives of 60,000 women and 3.1 million people around the globe through the power of storytelling. World Pulse is a platform where women gather to share their stories and hear those of others. It gives a voice [...]

How a female-led social network crowdsources half of the power of the planet 2017-09-15T10:53:29+00:00

Not Just a Perk: How Clear ROI Is Driving Tuition Assistance Programs

Tuition assistance programs are nothing new, but the way organizations use them as a tool for talent attraction and development has been slowly shifting over the past few years. As the economy rebounds, workers don’t historically head back to school to top up their qualifications. But with more employers competing for top talent, organizations are upping their benefits packages to include education. According to the 2015 [...]

Not Just a Perk: How Clear ROI Is Driving Tuition Assistance Programs 2017-09-15T10:56:11+00:00

ConsenSys puts up $50 million to hunt for blockchain solutions to global challenges

Blockchain, meet the 2030 global goals. ConsenSys, an ambitious Brooklyn software company founded by blockchain guru Joseph Lubin, has launched a $50 million in-house venture capital fundto back startups turning the distributed-ledger technology on global challenges like refugee assistance, distributed energy, and supply-chain tracing. The firm employs more than 150 former bankers, management consultants, mathematicians, engineers and techies to build and support ventures developing new services [...]

ConsenSys puts up $50 million to hunt for blockchain solutions to global challenges 2017-09-11T10:35:46+00:00

But That’s a Girl Book!

The more Joseph McIntyre, Ed.M.'10, Ed.D.'17, read to his baby daughter, the more he realized that most of the books were about boys — to the point that he began to switch the genders of main characters. “It made me wonder how things looked in children’s literature as a whole,” he says. While a student in the doctoral program, McIntyre began analyzing existing research. Previous [...]

But That’s a Girl Book! 2017-09-11T10:43:28+00:00