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Going back to school is a big decision. Working full time while managing a family and social life – plus studying for a degree at the same time – is no walk in the park. That’s why it’s critical to…

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Brent Stubrud hadn’t planned to walk in the June 2016 commencement ceremony, but as he stood in the bustling crowd of people exchanging congratulatory hugs and shouting their best wishes, he was glad he did. Especially because he got to…

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Washington and many other states throughout the nation desperately need teachers. “In the last five years, the demand for new teachers in Washington’s elementary, middle and high schools increased by 250 percent,” according to John Higgins, education reporter for The…

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Written by Grace Jackson, School of Applied Leadership “It’s Supposed to be the Most Challenging Work You’ve Ever Done, It’s a Doctorate!” Rob Darling loves a good challenge and loves learning, factors that motivated him to obtain his doctoral degree….

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The words “computer science” and “information systems” probably conjure up thoughts of one or two main occupations: programmer/developer or IT consultant. There are definitely stereotypes surrounding these roles and industries – some of which are relevant, while most are simply…