Education

Assessment tools smoothing career paths for collegians

Rutgers University-Camden senior Donny Germosen is among many college students who are considering their career options early when selecting a major. That’s because colleges increasingly are advising students which majors are most popular and offer ample entry-level opportunities for new graduates about to embark on their careers.

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Wading through ‘digital sludge’

In an era of ever-increasing fake news, colleges like Stockton University are placing an increased emphasis on teaching students to differentiate truth from falsehoods by directing them toward academic sources, according to several librarians at New Jersey colleges.

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Cognizant US Foundation awards 4.1M to NCWIT

The Cognizant U.S. Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on supporting science, technology, engineering and math education and skills initiatives for American workers and students, has given a $4.1 million grant to the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

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