Northcentral Insights and Stories

Dr. Patrick McNamara
Nov 10 2016
Dr. Patrick McNamara is a Dissertation Chair and Professor with NCU's School of Business and Technology Management but has been with NCU in the former graduate school since 2012. Dr. McNamara obtained his Ph.D. from Boston University in Behavioral Neuroscience in 1991. He has worked in research and development in both the public and private sectors throughout the 90s and 2000s.
Regina Web
Nov 10 2016
What goes around really does come around, as Dr. Regena Weatherford, PhD in Psychology, found after pursuing her doctorate at NCU. One of NCU's strengths is its one-to-one learning model. Having experienced how much that personalized support contributed to her own education, Weatherford wants to "pay it forward" as a mentor for other students.
Nov 9 2016
Northcentral University’s Lambda Eta Chapter of Delta Mu Delta (DMD) International Honor Society in Business has selected the recipients of the 2016 Author Excellence Award.  The award is designed to recognize DMD Lambda Eta Chapter members who have made significant contributions to the business discipline through outstanding authorship.   Awards were presented in one of three categories: Student
Rabbi Daniel
Nov 7 2016
A rabbi and a therapist walk into a classroom ... No, this isn't the start of a joke. It was, in fact, the start of Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch's journey to find his true calling. Schonbuch was always interested in psychology, but with a large family and professional obligations demanding his attention, he didn't have the luxury of pursuing his passion as a traditional student. He researched online programs and found NCU.  
Bobby Martin
Nov 3 2016
As a young man just out of high school and entering the Air Force, Dr. Bobby Martin didn't see the value of continued education.  He spent his free time at parties instead of libraries.  When he left the military after four years, he was faced with the reality that no one would hire him.  He was married, with a child and doing odd jobs.  He decided to return to the military, but with a different mindset.

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