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  • U.S higher education offers a unique value proposition, and grooms students to address challenges faced by their communities, countries and the world at large.

  • With international governments and private companies focusing on space explorations and increasing efficiencies, a degree in aerospace engineering has become quite sought-after.

  • The discipline of psychology is wide and varied, and so are the career opportunities.

  • Alumni interviews are an important part of the U.S. university admissions process and help find the right candidate for an institution.

  • Earn a degree in architectural engineering and help buildings stand tall for decades to come.

  • New York-based The Scientista Foundation works to provide platforms to empower and connect pre-professional women in STEM fields.  

  • Initiatives at Syracuse University could serve as models for supporting and encouraging women in STEM fields.

  • Educators are clearing the path for new generations of female scientists, mathematicians, engineers and more.

  • CalArts’ animation programs are designed for students seeking to understand and meld the worlds of art and technology.

  • Adding the arts to STEM education can make these disciplines more attractive to women from an early age.

  • Educators at the Rhode Island School of Design highlight the benefits of adding creative arts to traditional STEM studies.

  • English Language Fellow Robin Cathey works with students from underprivileged backgrounds at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad.  

  • Several U.S. universities offer courses in the study of Sanskrit, even to students with no prior knowledge of any language other than English.  

  • Educator Madhav V. Rajan brings years of expertise, and a spirit of adventure, to his role as dean of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

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