Are you thinking about a career change? Ready to take your current job to the next level? Education can be just the catalyst to get you there.
Going back to school as an adult is a big decision.
Before making the investment of your time, effort and resources, it’s important to do your research — and soul search.
Advance Course offers a useful mix of motivation and information for adults who want to continue their education toward a certificate, master’s or doctoral degree.
Washington man reinvents himself with support of loved ones — and community college
Women now represent 42 percent of Seattle University students pursuing STEM degrees.
What if every time you ordered a spicy tuna roll, you could set aside an extra dollar or so to put toward your student loan debt?
Health care jobs are in demand. Is it time for you to switch industries?
Advancements in augmented reality/virtual reality have yet to be fully felt, but business are seeing the early waves of disruption.
A look at law schools, master’s degree alternatives and certificate programs in the Seattle area.
Tuition strategies for when your family has leftover funds in 529 college savings plans — or when you are planning ahead for your own professional development.
Important work is being done at the intersection of law and technology.
To help meet hiring demands, many colleges and universities are doubling down on their computer science offerings.
Five questions to ask before you apply to be a virtual student
A study program at an elite Chinese university that was inspired by the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship is now taking applications for its third cohort.
Evidence shows that the methods we use to multitask are significant drains on productivity, and may be stressing our brains more than we realize.
The gender that once dominated the field is now considered at some schools a diversity hire.
Alex Franke, a Washington State University medical student from Seattle, tries “gowning and gloving“ for the first time.
The meetings also allow seniors to ask medical questions in a less formal environment than a doctor’s visit.
Sea School Northwest in Aberdeen to train maritime workers during an eight-week program.
By graduation, these Oregon students must be able to show how to admit a medical mistake, deliver a death notice and talk effectively about other fraught issues.