Education

The Talent Struggle

By staff writer February 2019 Philadelphia is a city filled with diverse and creative talent, yet many of its businesses — like those across the country — cite the inability to attract and retain a high-quality younger workforce as one of their greatest struggles....

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Workforce Development for the Future

By Ian Leigh February 2019 Photo credit: Tampa Bay Times. Although Governor Ron DeSantis has asked for Florida’s education commissioner, Richard Corcoran, to help him secure $36 million from the legislature for workforce programs, with an emphasis on computer science...

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MontCo Is the Way to Go

By staff writer February 2019 Student debt and the growing cost of education are topics of discussion across the country. In the Greater Philadelphia region, these concerns affect the hundreds of thousands of students who pursue their education in the City of...

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Dynamic Offerings

By staff writer January 2019 — 2 min. read Miami’s higher education system is as dynamic as the city itself, and the University of Miami Business School is no exception. The school’s enrollment rate shot up 12 percent last year, and with that growth has come revamped...

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Educating Atlanta’s Future Leaders

By contributing writer Kelly Bolhofner August 2018 - 2 min. read Atlanta has always been known for its innovative growth (most recently in the fintech industry), quality universities and corporate infrastructure. While the city is home to several...

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“Meds and Eds”

June 2018 — If there is one thing to take away from Philadelphia’s business market it is that higher education and healthcare — or as the locals call it, “meds and eds” — are two major sweet spots. Philadelphia and its surrounding region are home to numerous...

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Talent development

How Florida International University is nurturing students to create the best opportunities Mark Rosenberg President - Florida International University   What policies could be implemented so as to further expand research? We have to find a way to incentivize...

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