A collection of Radio Boston’s conversations with local college and university leaders.
President Brown joins us as part of our series of conversations with New England college and university presidents.
In our occasional series of conversations with the area’s college and university presidents, we talk with the president of the innovative engineering institution, Olin College. The school is interdisciplinary to its core — there are no academic departments and no tenure for faculty.
According to the American Bar Association, only 55 percent of law school graduates landed full-time jobs last year. Given the numbers, does it even makes sense to go to law school? The dean of Boston College Law School has his own proposal to fix law schools.
Beacon Hill lawmakers have passed legislation to link community college funding to academic performance. Why are they doing this?
Dr. Robert Caret, president of the University of Massachusetts, discusses the recent tuition hikes in the UMass system.
The Massachusetts housing market may appear to be on the upswing, but young adults aren’t sold just yet.
Over the past year, Radio Boston has featured a series of conversations with local college and university presidents. One thing they all seem to have in common is they all come from places you wouldn’t expect. UMass President Robert Caret is no exception.
New Tufts University President Anthony Monaco sits down with Meghna Chakrabarti to discuss the implications for today’s graduates of the rising cost of higher education.
What’s next for higher education? What role should institutions like MIT play in the future? MIT’s Susan Hockfield weighs in.
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