October 29, 2013
A degree in mathematics may not always be the first major that students entering Southern New Hampshire University have in mind, but it is proving to be a successful program for students of all backgrounds. SNHU Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Coordinator of the Math Major, Susan D'Agostino's article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, "Sharing Math's Appeal With First-Generation Students," highlights the draw of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs at regional institutions, like SNHU, where many first-generation students are drawn.
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