Aggies taking the Uniformed Services Oath at a Texas A&M commissioning ceremony.
Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications Credit: Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications and Corps of Cadets Communications Texas A&M University announced today it will award $5 million in scholarships annually for 10 years to cover room and board for members of the Corps of Cadets who are ROTC scholarship recipients, which currently is more than 700 students. ROTC sch
A survey conducted by Upwork of 1,500 hiring managers found that due to COVID-19, 61.9% of the companies were planning more remote work now and in the following years to come. Accelerating the remote work trend that has been going on for the past few years. This same report predicts 36.2 million workers or 22% of Americans will be working remotely by the year 2025. This is an 87% increase from pre-pandemic levels. The professional landscape is changing! If remote work is a go
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The third major overhaul of the SAT within the past 20 years will be the one that does away with pencils.
️Are you tired of all the references to No. 2 pencils yet? It seems the ubiquitous yellow writing instrument has made its way into every news story about the College Board’s announcement this week that the SAT is going fully digital. What’s happening: The new SAT will not only be all-digital starting in the spring of 2024, but it will be shorter—shr