How Expressive Arts Encourage and Promote the Power of Healing Christina Nieves DNP, APRN, FNP-BC Chief Nurse Administrator, Director BSN, MSN programs Growing up, I had a special connection with my grandmother and often assisted her around my childhood home. … Continue reading How Expressive Arts Encourage and Promote the Power of Healing
Doesn’t it seem like the world is in a constant state of emergency these days? Between the COVID-19 pandemic, wildfires decimating the great American West, and political unrest in many democracies, it can certainly feel that way. The emergencies are … Continue reading What Does an Emergency Management Director Do?
You want a great job in healthcare, and you want to make a real difference with your career. Respiratory therapy may be the perfect role for you. Across the country, the number of Respiratory Therapist (RT) positions is expected to … Continue reading Why Study Respiratory Therapy?
Code 1: Critical Skills for the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Fields by Dr. Kim Myers and Professor Jennifer Feitel The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Handbook predicts an increase of 5% in jobs for police and detectives by 2029. … Continue reading Critical Skills for the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Fields
Effective leaders and managers are imperative for organizations to grow and sustain successfully. They inspire, set direction, and guide the people they are managing to help achieve the larger visions of an organization. Do you have goals of taking on … Continue reading What Can I Do with a Master’s in Management and Leadership?
Is it possible to graduate college early, or faster than the average student? Find out! College is often a key prerequisite for achieving long-term success. It can lead to great career outcomes, high earning potential, and advancement opportunities in life. … Continue reading How to Graduate College Early (as a Goodwin Student)
If you love children, you may be thinking about pursuing a career in early childhood education. You may already know that young children’s brains are like little sponges. The first eight years of a child’s life are known as the formative years. During this time, there is more brain development happening than … Continue reading Why Educators Must Understand Early Childhood Development
Every day, we are surrounded by a diversity of manufactured goods. Laptops and headphones. Cars and roadways. Kitchen appliances, medical devices, and entertainment systems. We can thank all the dedicated manufacturing workers out there who bring these products to life. And, … Continue reading What Does a Quality Assurance Manager Do?
Many people dream of helping others, of becoming caregivers, of making a difference in medicine. At the same time, however, many people also cannot stand the sight of blood! If you aspire to become a healthcare professional but are somewhat squeamish when it … Continue reading 5 Medical Careers that Don’t Involve Blood!
Are you interested in making a difference in the healthcare world? Do you want to work with patients one-on-one, helping them overcome illness and injury? You may be meant to become a registered nurse (RN). Nursing is an incredibly challenging, … Continue reading Becoming an RN? Here’s What You Should Know Before Getting Started
You’re heading into a meeting at an external organization to discuss a potential merger. The glass elevator opens up to a handsome, low-lit reception room with leather furniture. You notice blazers, dress pants and expensive-looking watches on the professionals hurrying about. Something smells nice, … Continue reading The Impact of Organizational Leadership on Workplace Culture
Are you somebody who wants more than just a paycheck every day? Does a job to you mean more than just punching the clock and repeating the same motions of your ‘roles and responsibilities’? If you are somebody who looks at a job not just as … Continue reading Master’s in Community Health vs. Master’s in Public Health: Is There a Difference?
Becoming a nurse is a dream for many individuals. This career is incredibly rewarding, allowing you the chance to work with people in need and to make a difference in others’ lives. But deciding to become a nurse is just … Continue reading Common Nursing Credentials You Can Pursue
Pride in Producing Again: Constructing the Connecticut Manufacturing Comeback Grant Gives Goodwin The Green Light In an effort to reduce Connecticut’s manufacturing workforce discrepancy through education, on August 3, 2020, Goodwin University was awarded a subcontract from Hartford’s Capital Workforce … Continue reading Pride in Producing Again: Constructing the Connecticut Manufacturing Comeback
If you are looking for an exciting, hands-on career in the manufacturing field, you may be considering the role of welder. Welding is a profession that has been around for hundreds of centuries, and it’s not slowing down any time soon. In fact, … Continue reading Welder Training: What to Expect
Working in the healthcare field is often a challenging (yet rewarding) career path. If you have the desire to help others, but you also want a career that offers a great work-life balance, you may be considering the role of medical assistant. Medical assistants enjoy long careers … Continue reading Medical Assisting Difficulty Levels
Completing a college degree, or some level of postsecondary education, has clear benefits. Research shows that college graduates have higher earning potential, lower unemployment rates, greater job satisfaction, and more career longevity than their non-grad counterparts. In addition, college graduates qualify for more job opportunities, … Continue reading Benefits of a Career-Focused Degree Program
It’s easy to skip right to the end and set your sights on titles like “Epidemiologist” and “Biostatistician.” Maybe you’re quick to dream about helping communities improve access to sanitation, or educating others about healthy lifestyle choices, like smoking cessation. No matter your public health goal, you know that a Master’s … Continue reading 7 Questions to Ask Your Future MPH Program