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New Study by Gallup & Purdue University: Well-Being of College Graduates

Gallup and Purdue University have published a new study of more than 30,000 U.S. college graduates, measuring the well-being and level of workplace engagement of graduates in the years after they leave campus. Factors like internships, meaningful interactions with professors, and the completion of long-term projects in college all impact a person's sense of well-being and fulfillment.

The University Studies Program is proud to foster opportunities for instructor-student interaction that engages students in their learning, their community, and university life. Throughout their first two years at UW Oshkosh, students participate in Quest courses which are designed to connect students to campus resources and build relationships with fellow students, instructors, community partners, and alumni--all with the aim to enhance student learning and equip students with a strong network to succeed on campus and beyond.

Read the full report here.

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