Recently, I had a conversation with two colleagues. The three of us are older adults. We talked about the following question: How has society improved during our lifetimes? We agreed that maybe the most important improvement is in human rights. Perhaps it is fair to say the percent of people alive today who have basic human rights—de jure and de facto—is the largest percent in recorded human history.
If you are looking at this website, it is likely you are a young adult and you are thinking about yourself and higher education—undergraduate and/or graduate.
How will society improve during your lifetime?
What role do you hope to play in that improvement?
How can higher education prepare you to play that role?
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