UW–Madison’s Odle defends value of higher education at PROFS forum

Dr. Rebecca Blank, Chancellor of UW–Madison, defended the value of higher education at a recent PROFS forum. Blank emphasized the importance of a university education in response to criticism that degrees no longer guarantee well-paying jobs for graduates.

Chancellor Blank spoke at the PROFS forum to address concerns about the cost and value of a university education. She emphasized that a degree from UW–Madison continues to be a valuable investment for students despite rising tuition costs.

Blank defended the value of higher education in her remarks at the PROFS forum. The UW–Madison Chancellor addressed criticism that degrees no longer guarantee well-paying jobs for graduates, emphasizing the long-term benefits of a university education.

At a recent PROFS forum, UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank defended the value of higher education. Blank spoke about the importance of a university education and the continued value of a UW–Madison degree for students.