Articles by Delece Smith-Barrow
While spots in medical schools are increasing, residencies aren't.
Attending diversity events can give minority MBA candidates a window into the admissions process.
Asking school representatives about a school's median LSAT score will not make an applicant memorable.
More accredited medical schools means more students can become doctors.
Applicants who avoid flattery and learn to edit themselves can keep sentences tight, experts say.
A business school residency can prepare MBA candidates to be leaders in health care.
At school-based firms, attorneys may spend between one and three years honing their skills.
Theme dorms are one way colleges create racially mixed environments.
Prospective students can get a feel for a teacher's style by observing a class.
Car sharing companies can expand at schools where few students have wheels.