A Parent's Guide to STEM

U. S. News and World Report (Author) Anne McGrath (Managing Editor)
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$9.95  $9.15
Publisher
U.S. News & World Report
Publish Date
June 30, 2015
Pages
98
Dimensions
7.6 X 0.2 X 10.4 inches | 0.52 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781931469746
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About the Author

U.S. News and World Report is a multi-platform publisher of news and analysis, which includes a multi-faceted web site (with 28 million visitors per month) and annual guidebooks on Best Colleges, Best Graduate Schools, and Best Hospitals. Focusing on Health, Money, Education, Travel, Cars, and Public Service/Opinion, U.S. News has earned a reputation as the leading provider of service news and information that improves the quality of life of its readers. U.S. News and World Report's signature franchises includes its News You Can Use(R) brand of journalism and its Best series of consumer guides that include rankings of colleges, graduate schools, hospitals, mutual funds, diets, health plans, and more.
Anne McGrath, MA, is former executive editor of publications at U.S. News & World Report, where she wrote and edited on subjects from health and mental health to investing and education for more than thirty-five years. She was responsible for three of the publisher's signature guidebooks: Best Graduate Schools, Best Colleges, and Best Hospitals. She holds her master's in journalism from Syracuse University.
Margaret Mannix has been Executive Editor of U.S. News & World Report since 2007. She currently oversees the media group's venerable guidebooks - Best Colleges, Best Graduate Schools and Best Hospitals - and leadership of program planning for the U.S. News "Hospital of Tomorrow" and "STEM Solutions" conferences. Since joining U.S. News in 1990 as a reporter, Mannix has written and edited extensively on numerous topics, from education and health to politics and personal finance. After reporting for the investigative and business teams, she became the business section's deputy editor in 2002 and then assistant managing editor. In 2005, she became assistant managing editor of the health and medicine section. A Maryland native, Mannix has a bachelor's in communications from American University and her M.S. in journalism from Columbia University.