JANUARY 26, 2015

CityU Newsletter January 2015

CityU Newsletter January 2015

Online Bachelor’s Programs Rank in Top 30

imageCongratulations CityU community! This month U.S. News & World Report ranked CityU’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 30 in the United States in its list of “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.” Over 800 accredited institutions were evaluated and for the third year in a row CityU was the only private Washington State based institution to make it into the top tier on this list. CityU’s master’s programs were also among the highest ranked in the nation. more

CityU Partners with Camo2Commerce

imageCityU is excited to serve as the education partner in Camo2Commerce’s Heroes Corporate Fellowship Academy. This program will prepare Joint Base Lewis-McChord service members to transition from the military into civilian life and the 21st century workforce. Through business training courses CityU will teach service members everything from foundational business strategies to project management essentials to leadership skills. more

Student Profile: Jonathan Stutz

imageEveryone can pinpoint influential figures in their lives, but even at a young age Jonathan Stutz reached beyond his community and identified national and world leaders as his personal role models. One of his earliest memories is watching John F. Kennedy deliver a televised speech—an event that inspired his lifetime of interest in leadership. Last year Jonathan graduated from CityU’s Master of Arts in Leadership program, and is currently working with organizations to apply ideas pulled from his master’s thesis. more

Technology Students Build Diabetics Journal App

imageKeeping the classroom innovative, CityU instructor Ann Robinson challenged her group of technology students to “think outside the box.” As part of their capstone courses to complete their bachelor’s degrees in technology, Ann’s students designed, tested and produced the app Diabetics Journal. While there are plenty of other diabetes-related apps on the market, the Diabetics Journal does more than simply store inputted data—it actually interacts with the user. more

Helping Out at North Helpline Food Bank

imageA great benefit of CityU’s Washington Academy of Languages programs is the extra-curricular activities, which, over the holiday season included volunteering at the North Helpline Food Bank. As an added bonus, the seven CityU students who participated on Christmas Eve were able to meet Seattle Mayor Ed Murray who was working right alongside them helping clients. more
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