Words of Advice — Student Perspective on Organizing for Success

Jul 9th, 2012 | By
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Special thanks to BA, Management student, Susie Patterson for these ‘words of advice’ regarding how to make it all work… How do you juggle home life, work life and school life? “It takes a lot of planning, organization and commitment. I have an agenda that I carry around everywhere. In the agenda, I prioritize tasks
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Learn Video production!

Mar 28th, 2012 | By
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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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Meet Richard Devereaux

Mar 12th, 2012 | By
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My name is Richard Devereaux, an accelerated student here at Lewis. In addition to being a Master Electrician, I was a project manager for a construction company for over 10 years and I was in charge of building multi-million dollar projects. Unfortunately, when the housing crisis occurred I found myself in a rather uncomfortable situation,
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Daylight saving time: Change your clock and battery

Mar 5th, 2012 | By
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                                                                               Daylight saving time begins Sunday, March 11th, at 2 a.m. When you set your clocks forward an hour, remember to check and/or change the batteries in your flashlights, as well as smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. You should also remove dust from detectors monthly for proper operation to help ensure that they work properly. For
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What are current students doing?

Jan 26th, 2012 | By

One of the valueable aspects of programs designed specifically for adults is the networking and connections that are established between students. Many times, this networking leads to jobs, business partnerships and/or long-lasting friendships. A current student in our program, Chad Funk, recently forwarded this update. Chad is a great example of the caliber of students
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Employers prefer degrees like the Lewis University SPCE degree

Jan 3rd, 2012 | By
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In Saturday Night Live’s hilarious skit on the fictitious online University of Westfield, the issue of reputation is squarely presented.  A degree from Lewis University is respected. In an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, it is clear that employers do look at the quality of the degree when making hiring decisions among external
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Do you use an e-reader for your courses? What do you think?

Jan 1st, 2012 | By
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In a survey this summer, SPCE students were asked about their use of e-readers for courses. A majority of the survey respondents indicate that they own an e-reader.  The Apple IPad seems to be most popular with the Amazon Kindle second in popularity.  While most are using their e-reader for personal reading, those who are
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Congratulations to Masters in Organizational Leadership Graduates!

Dec 9th, 2011 | By
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Dr. Richard Walsh, Chair of Organizational Leadership, Dr. Bonnie Bondavalli, Dean of The College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Walter Pearson, Dean of the School for Professional and Continuing Education congratulate the graduates: August Graduates Cynthia Cuellar Amy Dudek Katherine Foley Liza Hadler Andrea Holewa Michael Maher Troy Morehouse Brian Pakieser Victor Sanchez Ryan Schreck
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