If you’re interested in studying economics but not sure what you can do with an economics degree, read this interview with an economics and business undergraduate student to learn more!
Despite having so many things around me setting me up to fail, the UFLI community at Brown has helped me thrive and see my potential as a future doctor.
Funding Your Future is a series on General Intelligences intended to promote larger, fall-deadline scholarships for rising high school seniors. This way, seniors can access a wide array of scholarships all in one place. I hope that you can use this series as a resource to avoid as much student debt as possible! Read until the end to find out how the Coca Cola scholarship program can help you with both finances and networking, as well as to read the student perspectives of two recent scholarship recipients: Kyle Lambert and Aissa Dearing.
Let’s have an uncomfortable conversation: How many of us can honestly say we were friends with a “Special Ed” student in school? And I mean real friends- texted them for fun, went to their house, hit them up after high school? I’m willing to bet that it’s a very small minority.
Viruses have always seemed like a danger to human health. From the spanish flu to SAR-CoV-2, viruses have caused global panic and pandemics. Viruses may have the chance to be an unlikely hero as medical professionals expand their potential to transport therapies to specific tissues.
Coming into medical school without the necessary background knowledge is impossible. Practically speaking. Medical schools have prerequisites that must be fulfilled before entering medical school. Before those prerequisites are explained, it must be emphasized that prerequisites are for BEFORE you enter medical school. You can absolutely get accepted into medical school while taking the prerequisites or even get accepted into a medical school before having taken the prerequisites. They must be done and your final grades just have to be submitted before school starts. (If you’re worried about getting your acceptance rescinded if you do not do as well as expected in the later prerequisite classes, there is going to be another article that addresses that fear.
In this article, we’ll be going over 12 tips that will help you make a strong impression and stick out at your next career fair. These tips cover what you should to before, during, and after the career fair.
Reflecting on my own experiences as a first generation Asian American college student, being called a “model minority” can be more harmful than helpful.
In this article, we’ll be going over six tricks to help calm your nerves and build confidence before a big presentation.
When figuring out which colleges to look at and apply to, many students consider three main factors: Academics, Financial Aid, and Student Life. However, a lot of students completely gloss over other characteristics that are equally as important and should be thought about before attending a college.