Students in New England take increasingly varied pathways to a degree. They are highly mobile and move among two-year colleges and four-year public and private higher education institutions (HEIs), among four-year and two-year colleges and back, and transfer in-state and out-of state. Four in 10 students who begin college at a New England institution transfer from one institution to another at lea...
Writer Brooks to address @UofNH grads May 18 at Wildcat Stadium; Kraft Group exec Glaser to address @UNHLaw grads May 18 at Concord's White Park; healthcare leader Lavoie to address @UNHManchester grads May 16 at DoubleTree by Hilton in Manchester #commencements
Congratulations to all, including the New England leaders on the list - Lisa Lynch, provost @BrandeisU, Ella Bell Smith, business professor @dartmouth & former New Englander, Lynn Pasqueralla, president @aacu and former president @mtholyoke
Thank you @GovPhilScott for meeting with @NEBHE and our delegates, Michael Wool and @UVMvermont President Tom Sullivan! We look forward to future collaboration to help increase #education opportunities and crucial #workforce preparation for #Vermont residents.