Annual national survey of more than 10,000 working age adults to understand their perspectives on education and work.
Annual national survey of more than 3,000 college graduates to understand their perspectives on the benefits of their education and the experiences they found valuable. Individual universities and colleges also participate to survey their own alumni.
Annual national survey of currently enrolled 4-year and 2-year degree seeking students to understand their experiences and expectations.
Strada-NSSE partnership on Career Preparation module available to institutions participating with NSSE to survey their current students and faculty.
A bi-weekly national survey conducted from March 2020-June 2021 to understand the public’s changing perceptions on education and work during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Applied connections between education and work are increasingly a part of undergraduate education in the United States.
Disparities in securing paid internships persist for women, people of color, first-generation college students, and students with low incomes — even when taking into account their fields of study
Two centuries after the first historically Black colleges and universities were founded, the 101 accredited HBCUs in operation today continue to deliver on their legacy of expanding educational opportunity for Black students that leads to successful and fulfilling lives.
As a field, higher education has experienced a continuing evolution in how to measure success. For nearly five decades success efforts were focused on access, followed by the past decade and a half pursuing completion, and the field now has a growing focus on the value of a degree and student outcomes beyond completion.
Strada’s prior research on undergraduate perceptions of the value of their education demonstrates that students value their education most when they receive support to connect their education and career interests.
NSSE and Strada researchers identify gaps in social capital development in 2021 NSSE career preparation data
In the wake of historic pandemic-related enrollment declines, postsecondary institutions have responded by developing and expanding innovative approaches to engaging learners.
The baccalaureate degree remains the surest path to economic mobility, employment stability, and a host of associated social benefits.
Courses, faculty receive high marks, but valued education-career connections are less consistent, and females, first-generation, Black alumni are less likely to report successful outcomes
Steep declines in undergraduate enrollment during 2020 and 2021 threaten to widen existing equity gaps in college completion and career opportunities.