As of 2011, over one-third of the undergraduate students in American colleges and universities were classified as nontraditional
students based on their age demographic (National Center for Educational Statistics [NCES], 2011), and the rate at which nontraditional
students are entering colleges and universities is increasing (Stone, O'Shea, May, Delahunty, & Partington, 2016).
The government is directing its investment-promotion campaign to the country's 'nontraditional
partners' this year, as part of efforts to broaden President Duterte's self-styled independent foreign policy.
How have you succeeded in making those courses appeal to those nontraditional
She cites that, in the broadest level, nontraditional
conceptions of security could refer to a shift away from the state-centric, military focus of traditional paradigms.
Recently, however, there has been growth in accredited, nontraditional
doctoral programs that offer more flexibility to meet the needs of experienced practitioners (see the table, "Traditional vs.
Despite rumors to the contrary, the rise of nontraditional
legal service providers has not meant the demise of lawyers--for now.
The survey sought participants' attitudes toward traditional and nontraditional
financial services providers.
Here are four predictions for nontraditional
voluntary benefits in 2015:
graduates -- individuals graduating college at age 25 or older -- are less likely to be emotionally attached to their college or university than traditional graduates, who complete college between the ages of 18 and 24.
It is becoming more common for small businesses to explore other routes for expansion, such as tapping into nontraditional
The discussion will focus on using desalinated seawater in the supply of water to urban areas and the nontraditional
use to supply aquifer, the economic analysis for the re-sue of treated sanitary water, the modern technologies in non-traditional water uses and the water collection methods.