I stumbled across this blog post today: Does Innovation Have a DNA? — and I immediately started to connect this with the work that we do in education…
In the post, the author explains […]
I recently attended a presentation by several current and former college admissions officers on the use of teacher recommendations in the college admissions process.
There wasn’t any startling information provided by the panel but […]
While generous compensation packages for college presidents have come under increasing public scrutiny, other university employees often earn far more.
In fact, of the 88 private-college employees who made $1 million or more […]
According to Veritas Prep’s annual survey of M.B.A. applicants, which the Calif.-based GMAT test prep and M.B.A. admissions consulting company plans to release the latest edition of on Sept. 26, the number […]
Full Sail University is proud to recognize Full Sail graduate Brad North on his personal nomination and win of a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Award. North won in the category of “Outstanding Sound […]
Understandably, many medical school applicants worry about their prospects for admission. Premeds typically apply to a strategically selected swathe of schools chosen for their location, numbers, and at times, […]