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By Roach, Ronald The Leadership Alliance has produced more than 100 Ph.D.s, one- third of whom are now working in the academy. As a stellar student at Morehouse College in the 1990s, Dr. Jason Sello navigated a path to Harvard University where he earned a doctorate in biophysics.
If you have a child who has applied to college in recent years, or know anyone who has gone through that stressful process, you are aware that the competition for admission has increased dramatically.
It makes sense that graduating from a prestigious school with a strong network of well-positioned alumni can lay the foundation for a high-paying job.
By Elizabeth Benton By Elizabeth Benton Register Staff NEW HAVEN -- Najeia Mention knows she's headed to college. "It's not even a question," she said.
By JESSE J HOLLAND By Jesse J. Holland The Associated Press WASHINGTON Barack Obama told House Democrats on Tuesday that as president he would order his attorney general to scour White House executive orders and expunge any that violate civil liberties, several lawmakers said.
By Mary E. O'Leary, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 8--NEW HAVEN -- Rejection is not something Annabel Osberg has encountered in her 19 years.
WALTHAM, Mass., July 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Repligen Corporation announced today that Dr. Alfred L. Goldberg, Ph.D. has been elected to its Board of Directors. Dr. Goldberg is currently a Professor of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School.
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By Dave Marcus, Newsday, Melville, N.Y. Apr. 29--When he applied to college last fall, Matthew DiGirolamo played the odds. The Northport High School senior set his sights on three Ivy League schools: Brown, Dartmouth and Harvard.
By Paul Clinton STAFF WRITER Ivy League schools flooded with applications have been tightening the screws on the nation's brightest high school seniors, who are finding it harder and harder to gain acceptance to colleges like Harvard, Yale and Princeton.
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