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If you are, or are going to become, a nanoscience major, there are several scholarships available that you may be able to utilize so as to lessen the financial burden that comes with getting a good education.
If you are interested in pursuing Yiddish studies, then you are in luck. Yiddish programs are making a comeback in schools across the country, particularly Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland, to name a couple. Read More >>
One investment that you can always bank on is a postgraduate degree. It never hurts to have more of an education, but you may still be trying to decide if taking on the extra debt is worth the additional degree, especially if you’re still paying off your undergraduate loans.
What is Academic Freedom?
The word academic freedom has no underlying meaning to it. It means exactly what it sounds like. The liberty to gain and impart knowledge without any restrictions or censorship from any governing body is referred to as academic freedom. Read More >>
Many people will tell you that there is no point in getting a liberal arts degree; it is essentially a degree in nothing. “Basketweaving” is a common joke thrown at liberal arts majors. However, thousands of people graduate with them every year. Here’s a few tips on how to make the most out of your degree:
Trying to figure out which classes to take each semester can be daunting. Even once you’ve decided on a major the options can seem endless, and when you’re still finding your way it’s difficult to figure out which classes are best for you.
If you ever find yourself asking “which class should I take this semester?” then a good place to start is your college counselor’s office. They can help guide you towards a particular major based on your interests, and also advise you on the most efficient way for you to complete your major. After all, you want to get your degree and get out there, right?
So what if the next few lines you are going to write as a student writer also give you an extra premium, what if the next review you are going to do, makes the admission in a university or sales of the product outshine, what if the next vivid thought you have could be an innovative idea of becoming a millionaire (well that may be a bit too much to ask for….but what if!)
A Student writer has its share of strain and hard work. Earning seems harder, either it’s earning credits for study courses or earning bucks for living. Especially in this competitive era where technical writers, bloggers are playing big, the stream of earnings for a student writer has its ups and downs.