Computer Numerical Control machining (CNC) is a critical part of the ever-evolving world of manufacturing. And manufacturing is a big deal in Connecticut. In fact, manufacturers in Connecticut employ nearly 10% of the state’s workforce. Companies across the state are … Continue reading Computer Numerical Control Machining: All You Need to Know About this Career Path
The Importance of Bookkeeping by Mike Rotondo, MBA, Curriculum Coordinator, Goodwin University Accounting Program The importance of bookkeeping in any business may seem so obvious to most of us that it hardly bears mentioning, but for many small businesses it … Continue reading The Importance of Bookkeeping
Nursing is one of the most rewarding and respected careers today. Nurses have the opportunity to help people in need and make a real difference in the lives of their patients. Not to mention, there is great job security in … Continue reading How Long is Nursing School? A Timeline for Aspiring RNs
Tax Preparation: Communication and Planning by Terrence E. Simon. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Administration Most U.S. citizens spend little time focusing on taxation during the post-tax season. Given our busy lives, that’s understandable — even the professional tax practitioners … Continue reading Tax Preparation: Communication and Planning
Change is going to come. As we are all aware by now, change is constant. Technology and automation are on the rise, the job market and room for remote work are fluctuating fast, and during COVID-19 CDC social distancing requirements, … Continue reading Adaptability: An Age-old Approach to the Current Crisis
Spring into School-mode with these Free Resources for your Little Learners! Everything Elementary National Geographic Kids Find fun fill in the blanks for your children to create their own stories! This Nat Geo site provides quizzes, amazing animal videos, science … Continue reading Spring into School-Mode with these Free Resources for Elementary Students
From couch to college prepared — spring into school-mode with these free resources to keep your teen in tip-top shape for their next move. General Khan Academy Free courses on math, arts and humanities, economics, college and career planning, computing, … Continue reading Spring into School-Mode with These Free Resources for High School Students
The Brave Among the Battlefield: A Tribute to Nurses Worldwide by Vivienne Friday, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE Program director, ABSN, Goodwin University As a child growing up in a small village on the east side of Jamaica, I remember admiring … Continue reading The Brave Among the Battlefield: A Tribute to Nurses Worldwide
We are facing unprecedented times. Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, regions worldwide are in lockdown. States are enacting “shelter-in-place” policies and travel bans. Non-essential businesses are closing worldwide, and employees are being encouraged to work from home when they can. … Continue reading What is Telehealth, and How is it Impacting the Future of Healthcare?
With the recent spread of COVID-19 — a pandemic that has caused a global economic shut down and thousands of hospitalizations — public health is more relevant and critical than ever. And as a result, public health professionals are in … Continue reading Why is Public Health Important?
By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA DM MS Organizational Leadership Program Director, Goodwin University During a time when you can't turn on the TV without tuning in to the COVID-19 crisis, it's hard to look ahead. Stuck indoors, away from groups … Continue reading What’s in it for me? Do I really need a master’s degree?
Management vs Leadership By Matt Connell Program Director, Business Administration One thing that strikes me when having conversations about leadership and management is the common view that they are synonymous. Often I find myself engaged in discussions with students and … Continue reading Management vs. Leadership
Dare to go phone-free and find time to connect with those around you How well do you really know those that you live with? Other than sharing a roof, what are some characteristics or qualities that you all have in … Continue reading Making Memories at Mealtime: 40 Dinner Table Questions
There is that age old question, ‘Is the risk worth the reward?' Or, in terms of choosing whether or not to pursue an advanced degree, ‘Is the financial risk worth the reward?' Deciding whether to go back to school to … Continue reading Master’s in Public Health Salary Information
During this time when schools have closed their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Goodwin University’s Accessing College Now (ACN) program offers all Connecticut high school junior and senior students their choice of eight college credit-bearing courses, available entirely online. … Continue reading Accessing College Now Offers College Credit Learning to High School Students Despite Social Distancing
Checkout our full blog on Top 10 Tips for Studying at Home here. Interested in learning more about Goodwin University? Learn more today, or check out all of our online degrees to see why we’re a leader in flexible education … Continue reading Infographic: Tips for Studying at Home
What's the best way to reach the peak of your highest potential as a nurse? It's not about everyone else's lists and ranks. It's not about a 4.0 GPA, a luxurious campus, or ivy greenery. It's about choosing a program … Continue reading How to Choose the Best Online MSN Program for You
College today is a standard part of The American Dream. While many families intend for their children to grow up and attend college, most of them are still confronted with sticker-shock when they reach the planning phase. Financial aid is … Continue reading 4 Types of Financial Aid for College Students