Northcentral Insights and Stories

Quincey L. Daniels photo
Sep 9 2020
In the field of education, many people who have been through brick and mortar schools talk about collegiality. Will I be a part of a great learning community at this institution? That big question was answered for me when I began working at NCU. I taught online elsewhere for several years, but never gained a sense of comradery, something I missed as an ex-army officer.
Maggie Broderick photo
Aug 17 2020
I teach because it is endlessly inspiring to guide students along their path of lifelong learning. The students in NCU’s School of Education have chosen to study at NCU not only because they are called to learn and grow as individuals, but also because they want to inspire learning and growth in their own students.
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Aug 14 2020
Ergonomics includes an entire field of research studying people and their work environments as well a host of businesses employing ergonomists and suppliers to design and/or modify work environments to best fit the workers and to reduce any discomfort and risk of injury due to a w
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Aug 14 2020
After over ten years of working mostly from corporate offices and cubicles as a health insurance proposal writer and project management director, I made the transition to become an independent consultant in the same field. The points below outline a summary of the skills and behaviors that have helped me to successfully work from home (WFH) for the past nine years: Use an online calendar to:
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Aug 14 2020
By Dr. John Frame During the past few years, I’ve served twice as a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme in Istanbul, Turkey. More recently, I served as a pro bono consultant for another UN agency, in New York. At that time, I lived in London and worked from home or a café. I even made a phone call once from a park bench. 

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