Jul 12 2021The COVID-19 pandemic has brought enormous upheaval and changes for almost everyone in society. In the field of Education, teachers at all levels are acutely aware that most schools were forced to provide some form of emergency remote learning in place of traditional on-ground instruction (Kelly, 2020). New, sudden, and ever-changing teaching and learning modalities became the reality for instructors and students this school year (Supiano, 2020).
Jun 28 2021I have been an instructor and a dissertation chair for quite a while. Most of my students are in the United States but many are also from around the world including China, Africa, South America, the Pacific Islands, and Canada. They come from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Jun 17 2021In the United States, African Americans (descendants of enslaved Black people) recognize and celebrate the end of slavery on June 19, or Juneteenth.
Jun 16 2021In this blog series, we talk to NCU alumni who are improving the human condition and making change for themselves, their families, and their communities. Dr. Dave Ferreira received his Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership from NCU in 2017. Today he works in academia and in April was hired as provost and vice president of academic affairs of Charter Oak State College, Connecticut’s public online college. What does earning your graduate degree mean to you?
Jun 14 2021In May we were fortunate to graduate our first group of students completing coursework at the John F. Kennedy School of Law at NCU. This group of students has navigated more than the average law student over the past year, and we’re proud to be part of their career and life journeys.