This article examines the participation of individuals 40 years old and older in graduate education.
This article looks at the expanded efforts by American graduate programs to partner on various collaborative degree programs with higher education institutions from around the globe.
This article examines trends in doctoral degree attainment among minorities, and how increasing the number of racial/ethnic minorities with advanced training at the graduate level, particularly at the doctoral level, is a crucial element for meeting future workforce needs.
This article analyzes empirical findings that knowledge capital and entrepreneurship capital have both been observed as factors as equal to physical capital and labor to drive economic growth.
Each year, CGS asks graduate deans at member institutions to identify the three most important or “pressing” issues or challenges they currently face. This article summarizes the results of the 2007 CGS Pressing Issues Survey..
This article examines data from a CGS survey on international applications for admission to graduate schools that showed the number of non-citizens seeking to attend American graduate programs still had not recovered from the losses that occurred after 2001, along with the implications of these findings with regard to the future of the U.S. workforce.
This article looks at NCES data that gave a valuable first-hand look at master’s degree attainment and time- to-degree rates for master’s candidates by race/ethnicity, gender, and other important demographic parameters since 1993.
This article discusses the idea that recent trends suggest that the share of new research doctoral recipients taking faculty jobs fell sharply over the past 30 years, and this decline may have adversely affected students’ educational experiences.
This article examines trends in the characteristics of doctoral students over the past decade as information has become more readily available.