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From the monthly archives: May 2011
There are over 4000 colleges and universities in the United States, where incoming freshman bring a wide variety of backgrounds and expectations. As an admission counselor years ago, I interviewed hundreds of prospective students annually. Some had rigid ideas and were on a purposeful road map, others were unfocused and floating on the momentum of [...]Continue Reading →
I liked learning about the various fields of engineering and I loved the nanotechnology unit and also liked the renewable energy unit. I was able to learn from the lectures in the comfort of my own home and to have the opportunity to watch them again at any timeContinue Reading →
Dr. Dale Ritter The Spring semester of 2011 will mark 10 years that Dale Ritter has served as the course director for Human Anatomy, which is part of the first-semester curriculum in the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is a member of the curriculum committee of the medical school, was a member [...]Continue Reading →
http://www.brown.edu/ce/pre-college/online Prepare yourself for the academic challenges of your college freshman year Brown online courses and summer programs are taught at the same level of academic rigor as a first-year college course Include a pre college online course as a component of an independent study or senior project Learn and practice college-level writing so you don’t get left [...]Continue Reading →
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