What Makes a Woman Successful in Business?

Since women have joined the workforce they have made great strides in many areas, however they still run behind when it comes to their paychecks.

Reading Improves Memory, Concentration and Stress

If you are looking for ways to improve your memory and concentration and also relieve stress, reading will help. The brain-stimulating activities from reading have shown to slow down cognitive decline in old age with people who participated in more mentally stimulating activities over their lifetimes. It also has shown a slower rate of decline in memory and other mental capacities.

Northcentral Graduate Wins Martial Arts Championship

MiraCosta College instructor and Northcentral University graduate, Dr. Robert Fulbright, achieved his second Chun Kuk Do championship at July's World Championship presented by the United Fighting Arts Federation (UFAF) in Las Vegas. 

NCU Values Scholarship Recipient Pursues an MBA with Management Specialization

Paul Phillips, NCU Values Scholarship recipient, serves as vice president of service excellence for Asentinel, LLC. He says that professional career and community involvement have been the cornerstone for his success in developing strategies for several organizations and causes.

Meet NCU Values Scholarship Recipient Bekah Esquivel

Bekah Esquivel’s initial reaction to the announcement that she received an NCU Values Scholarship was, “stunned and couldn't wait to tell my children. They are my true inspiration in diversity and I want them to know they have the power to achieve anything they put their minds to.”

NCU Values Scholarship Recipient Pursues a Doctor of Philosophy in Education

Catherine Vigue, NCU Values Scholarship recipient pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Education, has had many lives. She served twenty-two years in the Air Force Reserve retiring as a Master Sergeant and fifteen years in healthcare as a certified surgical technologist. For the past five years, she has made the transition into the educational field of English as a Second Language (ESL).

NCU Values Scholarship Winner Pursues Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy

Motivated by a lifelong passion for serving underserved populations, NCU Values Scholarship recipient Anna Navarro-Williams holds a variety of degrees in Sociology, Criminal Justice and Educational Psychology and Methodology.

NCU Values Scholarship Recipient Corey Cole

Corey Cole, an NCU Values Scholarship recipient, credits his mentor, Dr. David Hemley, in continuing his education. Corey is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration with a specialization in Financial Management at NCU. He received both his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico and is currently an Instructor of Information Systems at his alma mater.

NCU Values Scholarship Recipient Arlene Perry

Pursuing her PhD in Psychology, with a focus in Health Psychology, is a natural next step for NCU Values Scholarship winner Arlene Perry, a Certified Health Coach (CHC) and a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP).

Meet NCU Values Scholarship Winner Larissa Martin

Larissa Martin, an NCU Values Scholarship recipient, credits both her paternal grandmother Velma and her mother Penny as the biggest influences in continuing her education. Larissa’s mother suffered from significant brain trauma due to an accident when Larissa was a young child. Her mother surpassed many milestones she was told she would never reach. Larissa’s grandmother was a full-time nursing student, full-time worker and raised two sons on her own.