An award-winning historian and writer, Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D., has published multiple scholarly articles and a book with the University of Chicago Press. She currently works as a writer and consultant. She holds a Ph.D. in history from Northwestern University and earned tenure as a history professor at the University of Louisville.
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What Courses Will I Take in a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education Program?
Considering an early childhood education degree? Here are the courses you'll take, plus the career-focused skills you'll develop in the classroom and during fieldwork.
Requirements for a Career in Biological Sciences
Biology professionals work in laboratories, classrooms, and the field. Learn more about the requirements for pursuing a career in the biological sciences.
Putting the Arts Back in STEM: Why Colleges Should Focus More on STEAM Education
STEAM adds the arts to STEM. Colleges must focus on STEAM education to produce creative, innovative graduates ready for the 21st-century job market.
Resource Guide for Hispanic and Latino/a Students in STEM
Hispanic and Latino/a students are underrepresented in STEM, but there are resources available. Use this guide to discover STEM programs that offer academic and career support.