The Graduate School has released its first data brief from the Understanding PhD Career Pathways for Program Improvement project, sharing a glimpse into the career preferences of PhD students at UW–Madison.
A University of Wisconsin–Madison pilot project is providing new insights into the economic well-being and career progress of its graduates.
The project looks at the median earnings of UW–Madison graduates — by area of study and degree level — one, five and 10 years after graduating. The data are available on UW–Madison’s website.
As prospective graduate students plan their educational pathways, accessible data about graduate institutions is increasingly valuable to inform those decisions. A new, interactive tool from the Graduate School now makes existing data available in a user-friendly format.
The Coalition for Next Generation Life Science has released its first round of data in a project that seeks to inform current and prospective life sciences students about their career options.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Graduate School has been selected to take part in a $2 million multi-institutional grant, aimed at studying PhD career pathways. The Graduate School will be awarded $80,000 to collect data on doctoral alumni and current students, to be used for program improvement.