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Interview with Dr. Neena Gopalan

Feb 26th, 2013 | By

  Dr. Neena Gopalan has been apart of the Lewis Community since August 2012. During this time Dr. Gopalan has taught many courses that enriched student’s academic career. Most recently, Dr. Gopalan is teaching Intro to Psychology. Dr. Gopalan received her PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Kansas State University. Below you will find a short discussion on her views of adult
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Interview with Dr. Mark Musch

Sep 13th, 2012 | By

  Dr. Mark Musch has helped many Lewis students achieve their goal of completing their degree.  Dr. Musch has been a part of the Lewis community since 2004 and has taught over 40 Pathophysiology courses. Dr. Musch obtained his PhD in 1983 in Pharmacology/Physiology from University of Chicago. Below you will find a short discussion on his views of adult  students and Lewis overall.       Q. What encouraged you to teach at Lewis? A. Friends who taught in the program thought I would enjoy the experience and be a good facilitator.   Q. What do you consider the best feature of your favorite course? A. The students, the RN’s in this program are astonishing, curious and knowledgeable, many life experiences to add to the course, I learn each time I teach it. Q. What is your favorite artist or genre of music? why? A. Motown is my favorite type of music, too many amazing artists
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Fall 2012 Course Catalog – Sort and Search!

Aug 10th, 2012 | By
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Sort and search courses in our Fall Catalog!   You can view this document by clicking here…Fall Schedule Sort and Search 8.10.12 As always, we have several other ways of obtaining access to our course schedules and here are a few of them… Here is a quick glance at our Fall 2012 Schedule Classes Starting in
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Earn College Credit for What You Already Know!

Aug 10th, 2012 | By
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Four ways to earn credit through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is the process of earning college credit from learning you’ve developed in your work, training, volunteer experiences, self-directed learning projects, and personal life. Credit is not granted for experience but for the college-level learning that is documented. At Lewis University, up to 30 credits of PLA may be awarded and includes: Proficiency exams (CLEP, DSST, AP) Professional training, certifications, and licenses PLA portfolio for University Studies (elective credit) PLA for a Lewis Course Prior Learning Assessment at Lewis University provides a system for working with adult students ( age 24 and up) if they are enrolled in an undergraduate degree program offered by the four Colleges or in an accelerated undergraduate program delivered through the School for Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE).   Why PLA? Save time By participating in PLA, a student who studies at
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Brandon Williams

Mar 14th, 2012 | By

“My Graduation year is Fall of 2011. I have already applied for graduation and will be participating in the Undergrad Ceremony on 12/18/2011. My degree will be a Bachelor of Science, Information Technology Management The Information Technology Program at Lewis University has helped me in my current role as a manager. I now have a new approach
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Deb Kenny

Mar 14th, 2012 | By

Hi my name is Deb Kenny and I am a proud member of the School for Professional and Continuing Education “SPCE” – Human Resource Management Program.  I currently work for Jewel Osco, and I manage Front End Operations (point of sale training, cash variance, accounting, and general procedures) for about 90 South Area stores. There are many
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