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  1. Education News

    Professor Jerry Lucido on why race-aware admission policies must be defended

    The Supreme Court will soon hear cases on the legality of considering applicants’ race in the additions process, but whatever the ruling, colleges must remain dedicated to their commitments to equity and diversity.

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  2. Educator Tips

    Is an EdD worth it? Leaders share insights and experiences

    Those wondering if an EdD is worth it often want to make a positive impact while advancing their career. A doctoral degree in education can be an effective way to...

  3. Student Story

    How a love of narrative inspired a career in college admissions

    USC Rossier EMP online student Marcel Hite wants to give applicants a chance to share their stories

  4. Educator Tips

    Is grad school worth it? Essential tips to help you decide

    If you’re trying to determine the best way to navigate your career, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Is grad school worth it?” The answer depends on your individual goals. Many people...

  5. Education News

    USC CAC adviser Gerrel Sayles is helping turn college from dream to reality

    Gold Nikes are his draw, but this sneakerhead’s goal is college attendance.

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  6. Education News

    PhD vs. EdD in Education: Nine expert tips to help you choose [with infographic]

    If you want to elevate your career in education, an advanced degree can open the door to more job opportunities. Many schools offer graduate programs in education, but before you...

  7. Rossier News

    Admissions is hot topic as scholars prep for education conference

    Annual national conference of education researchers features 59 USC scholars

  8. Education News

    In grad school admissions, whom you know still matters a lot

    A new study of top PhD programs finds “networks of trust” remain strong

  9. Education News

    What is college really like? L.A. high schoolers have questions

    Sixth annual College Access Day gives chance for dialogue, answers and a sense of belonging As high schoolers begin thinking about college, the questions can begin to rack up. So...

  10. Research

    Calling for an equitable and holistic admission practice

    Tenth annual CERPP Conference spotlights more equitable student assessment