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Northcentral Insights and Stories

 NCU alumni, Dr. Tricia McPheron, in graduate regalia
Aug 29 2019
Dr. Tricia McPheron, a 2019 NCU graduate who earned her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership celebrates her 20th year in education. As the principal of Coopersville Middle School, Dr. McPheron taught for 14 years and served an additional five years as a Middle School Dean of Students/Assistant Principal in a local school district.
Two female students working on laptops
Aug 29 2019
Education has the power to help transform your life. We see evidence of this everyday as we hear our students’ success stories. Going back to school however, is challenging, especially at the graduate level. Not only does earning a degree take a considerable amount of your time, it also requires a financial commitment. 
Alumni of the year, Dr. Mike Clumpner speaks at NCU graduation
Aug 23 2019
Dr. Mike Clumpner graduated from NCU in 2015 with his PhD in Business Administration, specializing in homeland security policy.
Student in cafe
Aug 14 2019
Education is empowering no matter your age, but going back to school as a working adult comes with a unique set of challenges. For adults in their forties and beyond, returning to class often means balancing the demands of work and family along with navigating new technology. For many, going back to school also means jumping back into the educational system after a long absence.
Health administration professional with other medical professionals
Aug 2 2019
Health administrators play a critical role in the healthcare and medical service industry. Sometimes referred to as medical and health service managers or healthcare executives, those in this role may have a range of titles depending upon the facility or organization’s structure, or the roles area of focus. Regardless of title, health administrators are essential in the effective and seamless operation of medical service providers.

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