Nurses are so important to our healthcare system. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 proves just how important our frontline workers are, especially the ones who are caring for the sick and injured. If you are thinking about starting a nursing … Continue reading Nursing School Preparation Checklist
To become a law enforcement officer today – whether that be a police officer or public safety official – you must fulfill a certain set of requirements to be deemed qualified for the job. For example, you must have the … Continue reading 7 Law Enforcement Skills that Every Modern Officer Should Have
The Connecticut League for Nursing, Inc. (CLN) has recognized the statewide Council of Deans & Directors, which includes Janice Watts, Associate Dean of Goodwin’s School of Nursing and Health Professions, for their Outstanding Leadership and Vision for Excellence in Nursing … Continue reading Council of Deans & Directors Receive Prestigious CLN President’s Award
Noteworthy Accounts of our Nation’s Independence “No taxation without representation” British Parliament provokes the people of Boston In 1765, Great Britain’s Parliament, the United Kingdom’s highest legislature, enforced The Stamp Act, one of many tolls on the British colonies in … Continue reading Noteworthy Accounts of our Nation’s Independence
Of course you’re going to work for your degree, but finding a school that works for you is equally important! Think about it as though the admission requirements go both ways. This is the “must” checklist that tells you what … Continue reading 4 Qualities that Every Great MPH School Will Have
Many employers today are requiring nurses to hold a BSN degree. If you are already working as a registered nurse, this may come as no surprise. One decade ago, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) called for more BSN-educated nurses in … Continue reading How Hard is it to Get a Bachelor’s in Nursing (BSN)?
Goodwin, Sacred Heart, Paier Provide an Innovative Educational Collaboration with UB Project Recasts Higher Education to Better Serve Students, Strengthen Economy On June 30, 2020, Goodwin University and Sacred Heart University, along with Paier College of Art, announced that they … Continue reading Goodwin, Sacred Heart, Paier Provide an Innovative Educational Collaboration with UB
If you’ve ever dreamed of having a successful career in business, the idea of going to college has probably crossed your mind. While many aspiring leaders and entrepreneurs think about attending business school, it can feel like a broad and … Continue reading Is Business School Worth It?
Jesline Rosario is enthusiastic about exercising and staying fit. She enjoys running on gravel tracks, street sidewalks, and scenic nature trails. In her spare time, she esteems memorable moments with her family and friends, and she especially appreciates the canine … Continue reading Goodwin graduate, Jesline Rosario, found success studying to protect and serve
Do you have an affinity towards mathematics and statistics, and wish to leverage your skills in a meaningful way? A career in public health as a biostatistician could be the right next step for you. A biostatistician’s work directly impacts … Continue reading How to Become a Biostatistician in Connecticut
Public health professionals are needed today more than ever. There is no question – especially since the outbreak of COVID-19 – that we require skilled, knowledgeable people working in our healthcare system. If you have felt a calling to work … Continue reading How to Choose the Best Public Health School for You
When investing in an advanced degree, it is very important to make sure that the value–add is clear in two key areas of your life: personal fulfillment and professional development. Fortunately, those two typically go hand-in-hand! For business-minded individuals, a … Continue reading Is a Master’s in Organizational Leadership a Good Degree for You?
Goodwin University has been awarded a grant of $9,000 from the Connecticut Open Educational Resources (OER) Council, a statewide body charged with developing a plan for resources to benefit college students throughout Connecticut. The Council includes a diverse range of … Continue reading Goodwin University Receives Open Educational Resources Support
Online education, also known as distance learning, has risen in popularity over the last two decades. In fact, the number of students taking at least one online college course has increased each consecutive year since 2002—and at a greater rate … Continue reading Online Classes vs. Traditional Classes: Which are Right for You?
Maureen Cruz has been entrenched in Early Childhood Education since she was a child. Her mother, self-described as her most influential teacher, was an early childhood educator, and as a youngster, Maureen would often visit her mom at work. As … Continue reading Teachers of Early Childhood Education: A customary Cruz family career
Nurses are needed today more than ever before. If the recent outbreak of COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is the importance of health care workers. This may have inspired you to answer the call to work on the frontlines … Continue reading How to Become a Nurse After College and a Bachelor’s Degree
Honoring our Shared Humanity: Careers in Funeral Service Part Two, Students In part one of this article, we met two faculty members of Goodwin University’s Funeral Service Mortuary Science program. Now we’d like to introduce several students, who share some … Continue reading Honoring our Shared Humanity: Careers in Funeral Service Part Two, Students
Honoring our Shared Humanity: Careers in Funeral Service Part One, Faculty Funeral service is a unique career choice that unites the sciences, the arts, and a deep understanding of human nature. It takes a special type of person to succeed … Continue reading Honoring our Shared Humanity: Careers in Funeral Service Part One, Faculty