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Dec 2018
Shortages in meeting employment demands exist in the number of U.S. citizens earning undergraduate and advanced degrees in engineering fields essential to economic growth and national security such as systems engineers, cyber security, software developers, materials science engineering, and Ph.D.’s in nuclear and electrical engineering. Thanks to funding from the NSF, APLU examined this topic and examined recent trends in engineering degrees awarded at national and institutional levels to determine areas of growth among various groups, changes in racial, ethnic and gender diversity in engineering.

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Nov 2018
Anytime you check your smartphone, get an MRI, or even check the weather report, you’re benefiting from federally funded university research that’s been brought to the marketplace.

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Nov 2018
2018 Annual Meeting Program Resilience: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

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Oct 2018
Drawing on the experience of eight public universities in the midst of a multi-year adaptive learning pilot program, this guide provides colleges and universities with a roadmap that runs from initial planning all the way through scaling the use of adaptive courseware.

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Oct 2018
For many low-income students, a small amount of money—ranging from $500 to $1,500—can make the difference between dropping out and graduating. Financial challenges do not stop when students receive scholarships, loans, or work while in school, but follow them throughout their college journey.

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