Decoding Job Ads

In a previous column, I wrote about finding your academic fit when you go on the job market by figuring out what kind of college or department with which your sensibilities and abilities might…

(Another) Apparent Loan Deal

WASHINGTON — The months-long saga to try to reset the interest rates on federal student loans appeared near an end Wednesday night, as Senate negotiators said they had reached a deal that…

Money Moves to Make This Fall

As the weather turns chillier and pumpkins occupy front steps, it’s also time to start thinking about money moves to make before the end of the year. After all, we have just…

Columbia University SPHSP

The Columbia University Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) is a new summer initiative for undergraduate students and recent graduates.  The program is funded by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention…

Faces of Engineering Award

Today’s engineering students are facing the world’s most pressing challenges and force of overcome overwhelming odds. New Faces of Engineering: College Edition recognizes the accomplishments of third, fourth and fifth year engineering…

Schools Cut Their Energy Bills

Energy consumption in New York City’s 1,245 school buildings is down roughly 11 percent since 2008, as motion detectors have been installed on classroom lights and unused refrigerators and freezers have been…

HEOP.org Goes Pink!

HEOP.org has been a long supporter of non-profit organizations and those that just needs help. With mothers day coming up, here at HEOP.org, we have decided to go PINK! for Breast Cancer.…