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How UTPB’s Literacy Program Addresses Literacy in the National Space 

Literacy is defined by the UNESCO Institute of Statistics as “the ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate and compute, using printed and written materials associated with varying contexts.”   Literacy has fundamentally and profoundly changed society. The rise of written communication has allowed us to share and document information and bind together communities like in…

Funding Options for Your Education Degree 

Eager to move into a rewarding new role in education? You may want to check your resume first.   Applicants for many educational positions won’t even be considered if they haven’t completed a related master’s degree. While some degree seekers may see cost as a barrier, it doesn’t have to be. There are a variety of…

Who or What Decides Gas Prices? 

Memorial Day is almost upon us, an annual event that typically triggers another annual phenomenon in the United States: high gas prices. By the calendar, summer starts in late June, but due to rising temperatures and dwindling school schedules, Memorial Day is considered by many to be the unofficial start of the summer season, heralding…

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Safely Navigating Terms and Conditions 

Are you unwittingly letting others collect, use, and even share your personal data, including contacts, location, and photos? If you spend any amount of time online, odds are that you are. Are you reading the terms and conditions (aka terms of service) of every website or app before clicking “Accept?” Odds are that you aren’t….

So You Want to Be a Financial Manager 

“Never take your eyes off the cash flow because it’s the lifeblood of business.” — Sir Richard Branson, famed entrepreneur  Many elements go into making a successful enterprise, but money is without question what keeps a business alive. As such, managing the flow of money—what’s coming in, going out, and moving within—is a critical role…

Five More Feminist Writers Who Changed History 

We’re back with five more feminist writers who changed history. If you didn’t catch our first list, you can find it here.   History is replete with authors and poets who turned pain into prose, giving voice to the women of their time. There are so many feminist writers worth mentioning (and reading); we couldn’t possibly…

Ask a Career Services Professional 

People earn college degrees for many reasons: to grow intellectually and culturally, to make their loved ones proud, or to gain a sense of accomplishment. The primary motivation for most people, however, is to enjoy a more rewarding career. Research backs the notion that those looking to start a career or vie for advancement within…

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