Posts by College Transitions:

Michael Presents at College Board’s Prepárate Conference

Posted on: 25 Apr 2014

Michael served as a panelist at “Prepárate: Educating Latinos for the Future of America,” a conference sponsored by the College Board bringing together policy makers, higher education researchers, K-12 administrators and other key stakeholders in an effort to increase college access and completion for latino students.  Audience members asked Michael and members of Freedom University about […]

College Transitions cited in Newsday

Posted on: 06 Mar 2014

College Transitions was recently cited in Newsday for its “consumer savvy” blog series.  You can read the article here.

Carolina Parent highlights College Transitions

Posted on: 02 Mar 2014

Carolina Parent recently picked up Dave’s article revealing “10 tips for landing college scholarships.”  You can read the article here.

Andrew’s work regarding financial aid making news

Posted on: 02 Jul 2013

Andrew recently contributed to a report that is making news today, and warns against the potentially negative impact of federal financial aid reform.  Check it out.

Andrew Receives AERA Grant

Posted on: 20 Dec 2012

Andrew was recently awarded a research grant in conjunction with the American Education Research Association and National Science Foundation for his work examining the relationship between school counseling and postsecondary enrollment. The AERA/NSF grants program seeks to stimulate research on U.S. education issues using data from the large-scale, national and international data sets supported by […]

Andrew & Michael featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education

Posted on: 27 Jun 2012

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently featured Andrew and Michael’s research examining the predictors of graduate school debt.  In addition to discussing their findings, Chronicle reporter Stacey Patton asked Andrew and Michael to comment on the debt crisis in U.S. graduate education.  In the article, Andrew insists that “the problems of debt taken on by […]

Michael featured in ESPN

Posted on: 19 Jun 2012

ESPN recently featured Michael’s study on the admissions-related effects of changing athletic conferences in “Conference moves: Revenues up, costs up.”  The study, co-authored with Dennis Kramer, shows that schools changing conferences achieve lower admission rates, higher yield rates, and higher ACT scores, even after controlling for other institutional characteristics.