Business Quotation!

Apr 23rd, 2013 | By

Periodically, we will add an inspirational, insightful and/or funny business quotation to help keep us motivated! This week we feature… Real success in business is to be found in achievements comparable rather with those of the artist or the scientist, or the inventor or the statesman. And the joys sought in the profession of business
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Business Wisdom – in a minute!

Apr 23rd, 2013 | By

The importance of strategic planning and setting clear expectations is confirmed by the following quotation. “This,” they will say, “is our northbound train. This is the direction we have chose, and no other. If you don’t feel you want to go north, there are other trains you can ride. But this particular train is going
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School for Professional and Continuing Education Holds Undergraduate Tuition Steady for the 3rd Year in a Row!

Mar 1st, 2013 | By
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The Lewis University Board of Trustees has approved keeping the tuition in the adult accelerated programs at $600 per credit for  2013-2014. This means your tuition rates will have remained the same for three years in a row. Tweet



Challenges with technology? Smarthinking and the IMPACT Lab!

Mar 1st, 2013 | By

IMPACT Lab Innovative Multimedia Projects, Assessment and Coaching with Technology The IMPACT  Lab features equipment and software which promote and enrich the learning experience and offer greater options for self-discovery and improvement. The Lab offers opportunities for multimedia project development, and writing and research support in conjunction with the Writing Center. It accommodates the production of work related to critical
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Is college worth it? A letter from Dean Walter Pearson

Feb 4th, 2013 | By
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I have a friend who is considering a return to college.  He stopped out of Big State U several years ago and has worked in unsatisfying jobs since.  He is wondering if the time, effort, and money he would have to invest to complete his degree is worth it.  Will it really make a difference?
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Congratulations to Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Programs!

Jan 18th, 2013 | By
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  Dr. Bonnie Bondavalli, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences congratulates the following students on their graduation, on December 16, 2012:       Organizational Leadership Fire Service Administration Carmela Armijo* Kraig Herman* Jennifer Belice* Riki Kaelin* Genina Bolden James McGann* Matthew Brosnan* Daniel Miller* LaJoyce Bullock Ryan Wyse* Cary Hansing* Ruben Zendejas
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Fall 2012 Dean’s List for Accelerated Programs in the College of Business

Jan 14th, 2013 | By

Dean Rami Khasawneh and the faculty of the College of Business extend their congratulations to the following students in accelerated programs who completed at least 12 graded credits and had a GPA of at least 3.25 in Fall 2012:     Accountancy Information Technology Management Lynda Kay Frank William R Jahnke Amber C Ruiz Business
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Congratulations to the Graduates of the Masters of Arts, Organizational Leadership Program!

Jan 11th, 2013 | By
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  Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Samantha Almanza Brittany Kennedy Candice Anderson Abdul King Corey Blade Lucy Klym Amanda Booth Christopher Kornsey Joni Bradley-Scott Erica Kosa Dorinda Burdine Patricia Madigan Shanicka Burdine Antonio Mannings Linda Campbell Monica Miller Phillip Campbell Caren Musembi Janelle Caruso Vernita Perkins Sandra Chapin Tina Riner Dawn Dow Philip Romito
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Flight for Fitness! Are you ready to launch?

Jan 10th, 2013 | By
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Join the students and staff of Lewis University as we kick off and take flight to a healthier 2013!  Here are a few ways you can incorporate small steps to a healthier lifestyle, check out the FLIGHT TO FITNESS suggestions and then JOIN US…   Tweet



Finishing a bachelor’s degree has enormous impact on employment and earnings during recent recession

Jan 10th, 2013 | By

Prior to the recession,  people who held a bachelor degree were more likely to have a job than those who had an associate degree and associate degree holders were more likely to have a job than those with a high school education. During the recession (defined here as 2007-2009), employment of those who had a bachelor
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