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The Power of Persistence – Meet Alumna Sandi Aurand Bosch

Sandi Aurand Bosch has never met an obstacle she couldn’t overcome. She’s faced many in her remarkable life; though often delayed, she never abandoned important goals – even while homeless.

4 Emerging Trends in Instructional Design

Education is a continually evolving process. This means as educational requirements change and new technologies become available, instructional design trends emerge.  

Just like the previous years, 2019 will see both new and more prevalent approaches to instructional design, all with the goal of boosting engagement and meeting learners where they are

How to Support Your Significant Other in Grad School

Being a graduate student is no easy feat. Juggling time between work, school, and family requires serious time management and organization skills--not to mention, tons of patience and willpower, including the willingness to forego sleep and social life.

Workplace Culture Trends to Watch in 2019

As time passes, so do old ways of thinking. This is especially true for new cultural trends in U.S. businesses, which can have a far-reaching influence. One example of a workplace trend that started regionally and expanded nationally and beyond is business casual.

5 Tips for Parents with Dating Teens

Valentine's Day is a special time for people all over the country to make arrangements with their loved ones, and if you have a teenager in the house, you may find yourself dealing with a whole new set of challenges to accompany the romance.

What Can You Do With a Doctoral Degree in Public Administration?

Earning an advanced degree can lead to some amazing career opportunities, but perhaps one of the most rewarding and flexible pathways to pursue is a doctoral degree in business administration with a public administration specialization. With a focus in public administration, students can explore a variety of different jobs in several markets.

Flying High With NCU Alum Richard Sheng, Ph.D.

Dr. Richard Sheng’s 30 years of work in aviation has produced extraordinary results and recognition on two continents. He was selected in the 11th group of the Thousand Talent Program which was established by the central Chinese government to recognize and recruit international experts. During his 23 years working in the U.S.

The 5 Grad Student Love Languages

Even grad students need a little bit of affection on Valentine's Day, especially when the only thing they're having is an intimate date with their studies. Anyone pursuing an advanced degree knows that it takes an extreme amount of time and patience to create a new life for yourself with better opportunities, and NCU believes that everyone has a story to share that explains their love of the journey. 

Developing Better Study Habits: How to Study Better and Retain More Information

As a student, you want to retain as much information as you can -- not only to pass your exams, but to also effectively apply the knowledge you acquire in the real world.

To help you, we’ve compiled a list of tips for developing better study habits:

5 Books Every Data Scientist Should Read

According to the Economist, data has replaced oil as the “world’s most valuable resource.” And like oil, to unlock the true value of data, it has to be mined. This is where data science comes in.

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