Dean Judith Babbitts Discusses Increased Demand for Advanced Degrees, Such as Sarah Lawrence’s Accelerated Master’s in Health Advocacy, in a Changing Political Landscape

In the February 19 issue of City & State New York (“Brave New World,” 24-25), Dean of Graduate & Professional Studies Judith Babbitts discusses the uptick in interest in the College’s low-residency, accelerated master’s program in Health Advocacy, particularly in response to recent attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. In addition, Babbitts notes the increased interest in the College’s Women’s History graduate program as the political landscape continues to shift.