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Why many millennial college graduates are desperate, unemployed, and look like lost sheep

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Why you should care? For any parent about to send their kids to college, or who has a kid in college, if you do not want them to come back onto your couch after college graduation you need to take … Continue reading

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Spring Newsletter 2017

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Continued working relationship with the University of Arizona Athletics Department…BEAR DOWN!  Dr. Brunner continues to work as a regular external consultant to the UA Athletics Department, providing careful assessments of their NCAA Division I student athletes from a wide array … Continue reading

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Final Reminder: College & Career Information Night Tommorow with Dr. Brunner

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A final reminder for our College & Career Information Night on Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 6: 00 p.m. at the Aloft Tucson University Hotel, 1900 Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ which is located on the SW corner of Speedway Blvd and … Continue reading

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Are there Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College?

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One of the most profoundly analytical and thus compelling articles I’ve read in the last few days grabbed my attention with this headline:  “The Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College”. This is a provocative article every parent … Continue reading

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