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CityU hosts meetup with T-Mobile

The June 13 event featured guest speaker Surya Jakhotia, the T-Mobile product owner of Jazz Serverless. Surya shared why people should consider Serverless as a building block to host and run their next application, and then demonstrated how to create a website/API/function in under a minute.

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With 20 years of experience, student earns a master’s in project management

Gary Siville has more than 20 years of experience in project management and is currently a Project Management Specialist at Boeing. Yet even with his decades of experience and success in his current role, he wanted something more: a master’s degree.

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First-generation college student pursues career in healthcare administration

City University of Seattle student Eliza Janica loves helping others, and it was that passion for service that motivated her to pursue a career in healthcare administration. She is currently working at a Veterans Affairs hospital gaining entry-level experience while she pursues a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration.

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Bachelor’s degree prepares students for success in digital age

Employees who are able to effectively leverage new technologies are better poised to succeed. To empower business professionals, City University of Seattle is offering a newly redesigned Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

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Love of learning leads a Navy veteran to pursue a DBA

Pursuing a doctoral degree is a major undertaking that requires a great deal of time studying, researching and writing. Yet for William Hyder, a retired Navy diver and DBA student, that reality was more of an attractor than a deterrent because it gave him the opportunity to invest in something he loves: learning.

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Graduate certificate helps alumnus become a financial advisor

Changing career trajectories can be a challenging process, especially if it means going back to school to earn a new degree. CityU alumnus Scott McClave knew that from experience, which is why when he was ready to change careers for the second time he wanted to expedite the process. So, he decided to pair his existing skills and experience with a graduate certificate.