Recent Articles from Craig Imler and Renetta Tull
Whenever an economic crisis breaks out, it is always easier for government to respond with a short-term solution than come up with a long-term remedy. Perhaps this attitude describes the approach that the U.S. federal and state officials have taken in fighting the COVID-19 recession. Since the pandemic hit, both national and local policy conversations […]
America must compete internationally to provide more professionals with advanced degrees, particularly in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). But retaining students in these fields is challenging, as Ph.D. students are usually engaged in long and somewhat isolated academic programs.