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Why a BSN from Wayne State University’s College of Nursing

Why a BSN from Wayne State University’s College of Nursing

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My name is Dr. Erik Carter. I serve as the undergrad program director as well as the course coordinator for our med surg course. And my name is Celine Dagher and I’m doing my BSN at Wayne State. So one of the main reasons I came to Wayne State was because I like that it’s […]

Education Beyond Borders: South Africa

Education Beyond Borders: South Africa

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Emily Karem: I had a feeling in South Africa that I hadn’t felt anywhere else. I’ve traveled all over the world and there’s something special about the spirit of the people of South Africa. Andrew Gordon: One of the things about diversity is you can study it as much as you want you can read […]

Why a PhD from Wayne State University’s College of Nursing

Why a PhD from Wayne State University’s College of Nursing

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I’m April Hazard Vallerand. I’m a professor and director of the PhD program here at Wayne State University College of Nursing. Hi I’m Dr. Jada Reeves and I am a new PhD graduate here at Wayne State University. And when I decided to go back for my PhD I really wanted to be in a […]

Rose State College – Going Somewhere Starts Here

Rose State College – Going Somewhere Starts Here

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Alright, you’re graduating, your parents are proud, you’re relieved but Now what? Where are you going? How about a college where you won’t get overwhelmed and still get the full college experience? Great! Let’s start at Rose State! Rose State starts you out with a choice from more than 60 degrees and certificate programs and […]

Boston College – Happy

Boston College – Happy

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It might seem crazy what I am about to say Sunshine she’s here, you can take a break I’m a hot air balloon that could go to space With the air, like I don’t care, baby, by the way Because I’m happy Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof Because I’m […]

Discover Queensborough Community College

Discover Queensborough Community College

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[Student 1] There’s something different about Queensborough. [Student 2] From the moment I got to campus, I knew this wasn’t like any other two-year college. [Advisor 1] At Queensborough, you learn from faculty who are at the top of their fields; the kind you’d expect to find at an Ivy League university. [Professor] You have […]

CARES Module 4 | SHS Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

CARES Module 4 | SHS Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

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The STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics strand is for students who love Math and Science. A few examples of the subjects you’ll take under this strand are Earth Science, Pre-Calculus and Basic Calculus, and Physics! Through STEM, you can develop analytical skills, numerical skills, and scientific skills. STEM students are naturally curious about […]

The Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus

The Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus

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The Samson Pavillion is like you’re walking into an amazing dream. It’s beautiful and a ton of natural light. It’s amazing just walking in. It’s so open and airy. You walk into the space and just want to connect with others. Our students have incredible energy, passion and aptitude. How can we prepare these bright […]

Shenandoah University Campus Overview 2017

Shenandoah University Campus Overview 2017

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the Northern Shenandoah Valley is an area rich with historic significance and natural beauty home to nature trails and an abundance of recreational activities such as hiking canoeing skiing and camping Shenandoah University thrives in this natural and historic setting educating and equipping students as responsible members of the local and global community main campus […]

Masters in nursing programs

Masters in nursing programs

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Rebecca Duke: I’ve pretty much been involved with Loyola since I’ve lived in Chicago which is for about 15 years, maybe a little bit under. I was a staff nurse at the hospital when I first graduated, and I started getting my Masters degree pretty soon after I graduated. I loved my experience at Loyola, […]