Research Roundup: September 2021
The role of mentorship in closing the gender gap in academia, the impact of smartphones on student learning, and the “greening” of higher education.
What Urban Design Can Teach Us About Research
By using the concepts of urban design and visual thinking, students can design richer—and more relevant—research questions to explore.
International Students Put Enrollments On Hold
International applications to U.S. master’s and doctoral programs increased in 2020—but first-time enrollments of international graduate students declined.
How Research-Focused Doctoral Programs Can Enhance Business Education
By delivering research-focused doctoral programs, business schools can address ongoing issues of relevance and the shortage of doctorally qualified faculty.
My Path to PhD: Transitioning From a 20-Year Corporate Career to Higher Education
After 20 years in the corporate world, Heather Read shares why she made the decision to transition into doctoral education.
Personal and Professional Fulfillment: Why I Returned to School to Pursue My Doctorate of Business Administration
After years of working in higher education, Samar Aad Makhoul decided to pursue her passion for lifelong learning and return to school to obtain her DBA.
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