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Online Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate student Judith Buckland is using her leadership degree in the real world

Graduate student Judith Buckland is already applying lessons learned in the virtual classroom of her master’s degree in leadership program at Palm Beach Atlantic University in the real world. Buckland took a class assignment and parlayed it into a new online continuing medical education platform called Cardiology CME, which launched recently at CardioServ, a 10-year-old healthcare consulting and software firm ...

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Eckerd College alumni Mark Tluszcz will soon give his alma mater’s 2018 Commencement Address

Twenty-nine years ago, Mark Tluszcz ’89 couldn’t have known he would one day stand behind the same podium from which he’d heard the final speech of his college career. On May 20, 2018, the Eckerd College alumnus, co-founder and CEO of Mangrove Capital Partners, and chairman of Wix will give his alma mater’s 2018 Commencement address. It’s been a long road ...

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Bethel University MBA students travel to the United Arab Emirates to gain global business experience

Bethel MBA students cover a lot in their two-year program. They learn how to manage change and conflict, develop teams, navigate managerial accounting challenges, reach marketing goals, and more. And while many of Bethel’s business courses touch on developing sensitivity to cultural differences, there are just some things textbooks can’t communicate. Steven Droll is an international business leader who joined ...

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Loyola University graduate Matthew Holloway is selected as one of the 2017-18 Fulbright U.S. Student Award recipients

More graduates going global! Loyola University New Orleans is pleased to announce that recent graduate Mathew Holloway ’16 is the second student selected as one of the 2017-18 Fulbright U.S. Student Award recipients. Holloway will teach English in Panama while pursuing a supplementary research project of his own. The Fulbright program’s English Teaching Assistant programs place Fulbrighters in classrooms abroad ...

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Brandon Resident Braden Rodriguez Wins Byrd Preaching Award

Braden Rodriguez accomplished a great deal as a college student and middle school pastoral apprentice at Crossgates Baptist Church in Brandon. Mississippi College leaders are taking notice. The 20-year-old Brandon resident is the 2017 recipient of the Byrd Preaching Award at the Baptist-affiliated university. A Christian Studies major with a minor in history, Rodriguez will accept the honor at a ...

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Lee University’s Society for Law and Justice place second at the 2017 Owl Classic Mock Trial Competition

The Society for Law and Justice, Lee University’s mock trial team, recently placed second at the 2017 Owl Classic Mock Trial Competition, hosted by Kennesaw State University at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. “I am absolutely thrilled with our results at the OWL Classic Mock Trial tournament, especially considering that it was the first mock trial tournament for over half ...

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