Susan Pengra has always had a special place in her heart for vulnerable youth, and she spent the early part of her career working in group homes and juvenile detention facilities. Yet, like many parents, her career took a back seat after her children were born. However now that her children have left the nest, she’s decided it’s time to follow her career interest once again.
By Joel L. Domingo, Ed.D. 42 seconds My curiosity is endless when it comes to technology, so when the first, human-less, a.k.a. “no cashier needed to check out” store opened in Seattle, my interest was piqued. After downloading the app,…
The National University System (NUS), a network of nonprofit K-12 and higher education institutions, is dedicated to working with others to identify more opportunities that make quality education accessible to lifelong learners.
Our university has a history of offering education in new and innovative ways with the goal of providing a quality education to every student in a way that helps her or him learn. One of the primary and most popular modes in which we offer classes today – from the bachelor’s to the doctoral level – is online. That is why I am pleased that our university was once again recognized by U.S. News & World Report for having exceptional online programs.
Christina Tkacs took a five-month motorcycle trip through Central and South America with her husband, and not only did she take in fresh sights, meet new people and explore different cultures, she discovered her next career path, too.
After graduating with his bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering, Karthik Dinakaran spent six years working in IT roles. With all the on-the-job training and experience he gained, he was ready to take the next step in his career. So he and his family moved from India to Seattle so he could study in City University of Seattle’s Master of Science in Computer Science program.