Now, more than ever before, the public health field is booming. The global outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has upended our world as we know it. Not only has the virus — labeled a pandemic by the World Health … Continue reading The Public Health Job Outlook 2020
There are many questions — and often, some level of skepticism — around the field of mortuary science. Like countless people out there, you may know mortuary science in its most literal terms: the study of the deceased. What you … Continue reading What is Mortuary Science Really Like?
As Goodwin University navigates the uncharted territory of the COVID-19 pandemic, the community is witnessing the incredible determination of staff and faculty to support the academic path of students through online learning and one-on-one tutoring. In a widely distributed letter … Continue reading In Face of COVID-19, Foundation Strengthens Student Response Fund
Nurses are the backbone to our healthcare system. If you are interested in becoming a nurse, you are planning to embark on a challenging but incredibly rewarding career. In addition to the great income (registered nurses in Connecticut earn an … Continue reading Connecticut Nursing License Requirements, Explained
Anyone interested in pursuing a career in business should also consider business college. There is no question that the business world is an ever-growing and, therefore, highly competitive field. Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur, have a passion for management … Continue reading 6 Types of Business Classes Available to You
As famed NFL coach and executive Vince Lombardi once said, “Leaders aren't born, they are made.” Great leaders work hard to achieve their goals. They invest in the experiences and the education needed to become the best they can be … Continue reading 8 Versatile Leadership Skills that Employers Look for Today
Altruism in the Wake of Adversity Goodwin University donates COVID-19 healthcare supplies to ECHN and Saint Francis Hospital Similar to the empty aisles of toilet paper, cleaning products, and meat products in grocery stores, the effects of the Coronavirus are … Continue reading Altruism in the Wake of Adversity
Blending your passion for healthcare and education can be both personally satisfying and professionally rewarding. And without stretching too far, we can say that it can also help solve some of the nation’s problems. Seriously! Did you know that between … Continue reading The Value of a Master’s in Nursing Education
The Human Species and Social Isolation: How a hiatus from social contact affects our mental health To adhere to the recommended safety protocols of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, our “new normal” means familiarizing ourselves with discontinuing close contact … Continue reading The Human Species and Social Isolation
Before committing to any college degree, it's important to understand the pros and cons of your chosen field. Does it promise good pay? Will there be jobs after graduation? Is it a respected position? Is it a career that you'll … Continue reading Is Nursing a Good Career?
Elizabeth Bell's favorite color is green, in any shade. She loves mac and cheese from scratch, working out, feel-good comedy flicks, and superhero cinema. If Elizabeth had one superpower, it would be to slow time so that she could get … Continue reading Goodwin University’s ABSN Student Elizabeth Bell Practices the Art of Nursing and Paints Her Professional Future
How to Stay Sane During Social Distancing: Tips for Coping with Cabin Fever Are you feeling uneasy or having difficulty concentrating? Are you un-motivated or unusually on edge? With the unfamiliar and unknown surrounding the temporary COVID-19 pandemic, you’re not … Continue reading How to Stay Sane During Social Distancing
In these unprecedented times we are living in – with COVID-19 spreading rapidly around the world – there has arguably never been a time where countries, economies, industries and communities have been impacted more. This global pandemic has been declared … Continue reading Four Benefits of a Master’s in Public Health
The Heartbeat Behind Healthcare: How CTRA scholar Samantha Rini moved from following the rhythm of music to following her passion for patient care As a competitive contemporary dancer for more than 15 years, occasional aches were anything but out of the ordinary for Samantha Rini. “Injuries were my normal,” she casually stated, so when she acquired her last injury during her junior year of high school, she didn’t realize … Continue reading The Heartbeat Behind Healthcare
Top Ten Tips for Studying at Home: Finding Serenity and Success in Your Work Space Sanctuary Get up and get ready for the day. Take a shower. Eat a healthy breakfast. Exercise, meditate, and get mentally prepared for a productive … Continue reading Top Ten Tips for Studying at Home
Marylis Mainaza seldom has a chance to schedule a time to sit down because of her busy schedule between work and school. But when that moment of me-time finds her, she loves to watch comedies and laugh on her couch … Continue reading Marylis Mainaza: Persevering Her Passion for Nursing, Calling the Shots to Success
It’s an exciting time for modern manufacturing. With advanced technology bringing us cutting-edge methods and faster-than-ever production rates, we are seeing a boom in this creative and evolving field. In fact, the Connecticut Department of Labor expects to see continued … Continue reading Considering a Production Management Degree?
There is a lot of talk nowadays about the importance of earning a bachelor’s degree. This investment is a big factor in the success of workers across many different fields, but it’s becoming an even bigger one for nurses. Not … Continue reading What is an RN to BSN Program?