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May 7, 2014

SCUP Webinar
Campus Landscaping: Impact on Recruitment and Retention

May 20, 2014 | Winston-Salem State University | Winston-Salem, NC

SCUP 2014 Southern Symposium
Executing Campus Master Plans in Times of Shrinking Resources

May 23, 2014 | University of Calgary | Calgary, Alberta, (Canada)

SCUP 2014 Pacific Symposium
Higher Education Innovation in Challenging Times—An Integrated Approach

June 13, 2014 | George Mason University | Fairfax, VA
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Learning Spaces Workshop – Mason’s New Exploratory Hall Learning Spaces

July 12–16, 2014 | David L. Lawrence Convention Center | Pittsburgh, PA

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Cultivating the Future of Graduate Education: Differences in Salary and Employment of Doctorate Degree Recipients

Week 8 of SCUP's Community & College Mojo

Research Article, Peer-Reviewed: "Cultivating the Future of Graduate Education: Differences in Salary and Employment of Doctorate Degree Recipients" by Karen Webber.

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The study presented in this article examines factors contributing to wage growth for doctoral degree recipients over the time period 1999–2008 and further examines
whether wage growth over the decade differed by gender, race, discipline, and other characteristics. It answers the following research questions:

  1. What individual economic benefits accrue to doctoral degree recipients from the time of graduation (1999) to 2008?

  2. What effect does time to degree completion have on the economic benefits obtained by doctoral degree recipients?

  3. Are there statistical differences in the economic benefits by gender, race, citizenship, discipline of degree, and characteristics of the doctoral-degree institution?

A very timely article. Please share your comments.

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