Undergraduate study on the impact of coronavirus on student employment featured in Forbes
July 7, 2020
In May, Columbia undergraduates Ava Ellis (CC-20), Rose Huang (SEAS-20), and Cheryl Wang (CC-20) published “Visualizing Covid-19’s Impact on Student Employment” . The study, completed as a final project for CGTH UN 3402: Global 20: Youth in an Interconnected World, was based on a survey of 229 undergraduate students at Columbia University, Princeton, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, and other Universities conducted between April 16-29.
The work of these three students has just been cited by Mark C. Perna, writing for Forbes on the issue of Career Scarring.
To read the article in Forbes, click here.
To explore the undergraduate research project, click here.