New findings released on master’s-level education

 Learning from International Practice (LFIP) has just released the results of its recent research on the "Taught Postgraduate Student Experience."  The project aims to explore the defining attributes of master's-level study across a range of disciplines and regional contexts. Final outputs of the project include a discussion paper entitled "What Is Masterness?"; 25 international case…
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“Status of Recent Geoscience Graduates” report released

In the first study of its kind, the American Geosciences Institute (AGI) Workforce Program has published the results of the National Geoscience Student Exit Survey, which documents the experiences of graduating geosciences majors at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. The need for continued growth in the geoscience workforce is well-documented. However, whether new graduates…
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The geography of non-academic STEM careers for PhDs

"If you aspire to a career in academe, you may not have much of an opportunity to select where you’ll live," observes Gina Stewart. "The same can be true of alternate careers." Her article in The Chronicle of Higher Education's "On Hiring" section explores a series of interactive maps that reveal the spatial patterns of career…
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