Every day, we are surrounded by a vast array of manufactured goods. Smartphones and headphones. Cars and highways. Kitchen appliances, medical devices, and entertainment systems. We can thank all the dedicated manufacturing workers out there who bring these products to … Continue reading What Does a Quality Control Inspector Do?
Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking by Matt Connell Program Director, Business Administration with Diana LaRocco Dean, School of Applied Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Director, Goodwin University Institute for Learning Innovation Sitting through my students’ final presentations for Business … Continue reading Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking
Changing careers is an exciting, but also intimidating, decision. It means taking the reins on your future and pursuing a profession that inspires you. Sometimes, this also means going back to school. Although this can be difficult, changing career paths … Continue reading Why Make a Career Change to Nursing?
The manufacturing industry is booming in the United States. In fact, Deloitte reports that our country is currently in the middle of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning at the heart of modern manufacturing. Thanks … Continue reading Mechatronics Training: What to Expect
If you want to become a nurse, but are hesitant to commit to more years in college, rest assured that nursing schools have heard the call. Today, non-nurses with a bachelor’s degree have the option to pursue a second degree … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Pursue a Second Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Using Technology to Teach and Course Adjustment to Capture Student Attention By Annjanette Bennar, Director of Mathematics, Computer Literacy and Communications and Assistant Professor At Goodwin University, I teach an introductory computer applications class covering computer hardware and software, Microsoft … Continue reading Using Technology to Teach and Course Adjustment to Capture Student Attention
If you’ve earned your Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) and you are a practicing Registered Nurse (RN), congratulations! You have discovered how much you love healthcare and helping others. Whatever environment you’re working in, whether that is a hospital, … Continue reading BSN to FNP: What Steps You Need to Take
In today’s competitive workforce, a college education has become a standard step before landing a successful career. Many of us are longing to achieve what we call “The American Dream,” and earning a college degree is often a part of … Continue reading Do I Qualify for Financial Aid? What Students Need to Know
Registered Nurses (RNs) play one of the most critical roles in the healthcare field. These professionals are on the frontlines of care, coordinating and administering treatment to sick, injured, and disabled patients. They help to save lives. They calm and … Continue reading Would I Be a Good Registered Nurse?
Carmelot’s Story: Accomplishing Nursing Career Ambitions and Achieving his American Dream Carmelot Eliassaint loves Caribbean food and the color blue, and relaxes by listening to gospel music and reading. As someone who always enjoys helping people, his favorite quote is, … Continue reading Carmelot’s Story: Accomplishing Nursing Career Ambitions and Achieving his American Dream
If you’re worried about the educational expenses that come with earning your degree, or if you want to combat the “broke college student” stereotype, read below for tricks to best evaluate your educational finances so you can focus on what … Continue reading Top Six Tips to Pay for College on Your Own
Business is an age-old profession. As long as there are businesses in operation, there will be a need for business professionals. From administrative roles to managerial positions, to even launching your own start-up, there is plenty to explore within this … Continue reading Is Business School Hard?
Health science and public health are two professions that often get confused. Both fields are focused on making a difference and improving the health of people in need. Both career paths are highly rewarding, involve working with others, and can … Continue reading Health Science vs. Public Health: Which Career is Right for You?
4 Common Mistakes Made Reading GD&T by Kyle Zachary, MSOL, Continuing Education Instructor, Goodwin University Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) is used for defining part geometry and dimensions. A basic understanding of GD&T is essential for anyone who works with … Continue reading 4 Common Mistakes Made Reading GD&T
Becoming a Registered Nurse was an exciting first step towards your career and to making a difference in the world. Now, with your Bachelor’s in Nursing (BSN) in hand, you may be wondering what is next. What comes after a … Continue reading What Comes After a BSN? Your Options at Goodwin
Pri’s Story: From strong manufacturing student to proud producer How Priyansha Nayak went from a manual machine operator in Mumbai to a top-tier mechanical engineer As a child, Priyansha “Pri” Nayak would often play with gears and wrenches instead of … Continue reading Pri’s Story: From Strong Manufacturing Student to Proud Producer
For some people, their professional life is just a job and nothing more. For others, they want their career to have meaning. They want to make a real difference in peoples’ lives and help see them through difficult times. If … Continue reading Why Study Mortuary Science?
Creative Scholar Spotlight: Damarilis “Dama” Rosado How this Latina activist, artist, designer, singer, and soon-to-be small business owner found success at Connecticut River Academy (CTRA) Expected graduation year: Class of 2021 Hometown: Hartford, CT Interests: Designing, drawing, music, painting, reading, singing, and … Continue reading Creative Scholar Spotlight: Damarilis “Dama” Rosado