“Children’s play is not just kids’ stuff. Children’s play is rather the stuff of most future inventions.” – Fred Rogers For decades, Fred Rogers (“Mr. Rogers”) shared many important and meaningful lessons with children through his educational television series. He … Continue reading School for Thought: Why Become an Early Childhood Teacher Today?
As an aspiring nurse, you’ve likely heard of the NCLEX. But what, exactly, do you need to know about it? The NCLEX-RN (short for the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse) is a board-issued, standardized test used to determine whether a … Continue reading NCLEX-RN Requirements for Aspiring Nurses
At Goodwin, for some facing economic hardships, finances can be a balancing act- deciding between essential bills, books, heat or food. Others in need of assistance live in households with incomes too high to qualify for most food-driven federal programs. … Continue reading Commercial Refrigerator Preserves Nutritional Needs of Goodwin College Community
Morticians, often referred to as funeral directors or undertakers, assist families of the deceased by coordinating the details of a funeral. While it can be emotionally taxing at times, a mortician does some of the most rewarding work a person … Continue reading 7 Signs a Mortician Degree (and Career) is Right for You
Student Success Story: Edwin Ortiz, Welding Certificate Program Sometimes the resilient walk among us within the stillness. Calm and confident in their own quiet nature, and without knowing it, there is strength in the silence of those sitting right beside … Continue reading Student Success Story: Edwin Ortiz, Welding Certificate Program
Emergencies can happen at any time. When disaster or tragedy strikes, there needs to be brave individuals who run towards the danger, to protect those who are running from it. Police officers. First responders. FBI agents. Security guards. Emergency management … Continue reading Why Pursue a Public Safety and Security Degree?
If the study of disease and illness gets you excited, you’re in the right place! A Master’s in Epidemiology or a Master’s in Public Health can give you the tools to achieve a rewarding career as an epidemiologist. With this … Continue reading Master’s in Epidemiology vs. Master’s in Public Health: Is there a Difference?
A Master’s in Leadership degree will positively benefit your career no matter what industry you work in, or which organization, business, or educational institution you work for. Therefore, making the decision to go back to school to pursue an advanced … Continue reading What the Best Master’s in Leadership Programs Have in Common
In today’s competitive workforce, education is more important than ever before. Gone are the days of great careers for those who only obtain a high school diploma. Nowadays, employers of nearly all industries look for candidates with some postsecondary education. … Continue reading High School College Program FAQ
Currently, there are more than 34,000 registered nurses (RNs) employed in the state of Connecticut. Each day, these compassionate professionals dedicate their time to helping others in need. But this is just the start. They also are empowering their patients, … Continue reading Why Connecticut is the Place to Go to Nursing School
The business world is a competitive one. If you want to boost your career or jumpstart a new one, you will want to be prepared. Whether you dream of owning your own small business, or wish to climb the corporate … Continue reading 7 Business Administration Skills You Should Master
If you’ve always wanted an exciting career that involves helping others, you may want to pursue a career in the public health and safety field. Public health and safety careers offer incredible experiences for those who want to make a … Continue reading Public Health and Safety Careers You May Not Know About
Accounting and finance are two of the most in-demand skills in the business world today. They are also two of the most sought after college degrees by employers, according to U.S. News. But did you know there are many facets … Continue reading Bookkeeping vs. Accounting: What’s the Difference?
Goodwin Increases Access to Connecticut River Floodplains Thanks to AARP Support by Austin Kenyon, Goodwin College Environmental Studies student It’s 2019 and the world’s technological advances continue to move at an astounding rate. Today, with more awareness than ever, we … Continue reading Goodwin Increases Access to Connecticut River Floodplains Thanks to AARP Support
4 Dirty Little Lies You Tell Yourself About Grad School By Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA DM MS Organizational Leadership Program Director, Goodwin College The longer you’re out of school, the scarier the thought of going back becomes. Some people tend to … Continue reading 4 Dirty Little Lies You Tell Yourself About Grad School
For the first time since establishing the Polaris Awards in 2003, Leadership Greater Hartford chose to recognize an organization with the Community Award for 2019. In the past, that particular honor was given only to individuals, but, as LGH president … Continue reading Goodwin Earns 2019 LGH Polaris Award
The final installation phase is underway at Goodwin College, leading up to the November 9 dedication ceremony for the “Connecticut Fallen Star” Memorial, which honors the more than 30,000 Connecticut men and women who have given their lives in military … Continue reading “Connecticut Fallen Star” Veterans Memorial Ready for Nov. 9 Dedication
Focused on the Universal Design for Learning framework, the institute aims to provide all students with supportive learning experiences. Goodwin University has established the Goodwin Institute for Learning Innovation (GILI) to develop, implement and evaluate transformative learning for post-secondary students … Continue reading Goodwin University Establishes the Goodwin Institute for Learning Innovation