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Edulix eNews


Edulix eNewsletter - December 2002


In this Issue:
  1. Edulix Research Report:
    Technology Trends in Top US Engineering Programs
  2. GRE Issues

1. Edulix Research Report:
Technology Trends in Top US Engineering Programs

Often the specific areas where leading US engineering programs recruit new faculty to lead research and instruction give an indication of current and future technology trends in the US and the rest of the world. While market forces, world geopolitical developments and the political environment in the US may have a continually shifting bearing on how these trends affect the job market on a short-term basis, the long-term benefits of following these trends to help plan one's career objectives could be rewarding.

In this research report, we follow trends in new faculty recruitment in leading US engineering programs in 2003.

To reach the full report, please visit Technology Trends in Top US Engineering Programs.

2. GRE Issues

Beginning October 1, 2002, the General Test will be composed of verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing sections. The verbal and quantitative sections will not change. The analytical writing section will be identical to the Writing Assessment that was introduced in October 1999; it will contain 2 tasks requiring written responses. The analytical section used in previous tests will no longer be a part of the General Test.

For details, please visit GRE Issues page.

The Edulix Management Team

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