Whenever you research about a specific topic or topics, it is very essential to always layout your research findings in a well-organized form. Thus, when readers look at your research, they understand the idea and all the findings that you have presented to them. Presenting your research can be done in many forms and ways depending on what type of research you want to present.
If you have ever wondered what is the importance of research or why do humans even do research, then continue reading to find out how research has contributed to the growth and evolution of the society we live in.
Funding Your Future is a General Intelligence article series intended to introduce high achieving rising high-school seniors to large, fall-deadline scholarships. This week, Funding Your Future will highlight the Horatio Alger Association scholarship and the many benefits that it could provide future recipients. Make sure to continue reading until the end to see student perspective and advice from Nicholas Rutherford and Josue Herrera Rivera, two recent recipients of the scholarship.
With the new school year nearing college students, course registration and choosing classes can be a overwhelming. Wether you’re set on pursuing law school in the future or even slightly intrigued by the idea of law school, here are some courses that you might want to take in the near future!
Although it’s good to have dream schools, it is important to build a balanced college list that includes backups and other options after plethora of factors are considered.
There is an appalling nescience prevalent amongst many people today. Multiculturalism is not, in and of itself, “anti” anything. To appreciate and consider other cultures and beliefs are not to diminish your own. I explore the “Cult of Ignorance” and its repercussions.
Many people refer to housing as, “the key to reducing intergenerational poverty and increasing economic mobility.” If that is the case, then we should be taking steps to address our affordable housing crisis.
Only 57% of Americans are considered “Financially Literate” which is comparable to the country of Botswana (which is far smaller than the US). People between the ages of 18-34 had the sharpest drop in ability to answer financial questions correctly taking a nose-dive from a meager 30% to 17%.
I started my journey to pharmacy as a undergraduate student at Arizona State University studying microbiology.
It isn’t with the quantity of time put into studying, as anyone who has crammed the night before a test they subsequently failed will tell you. Some students have a lot to balance on their plate between school, work and other endeavors. Clearly, it’s important to develop good and efficient study skills early-on in your college career. So, if the secret to academic success isn’t to study more, then what is the key to doing well?