November 26, 2014

Master of Arts in Psychology Student Reflects on Recent CAMFT Conference

Cyndi Degryse

I was apprehensive when I first embarked upon my Master of Arts in Psychology program at CalSouthern. Like many of you, I had unanswered questions: “Would I be able to balance my family and education?” “Would I enjoy the online learning experience?” And the big one: “Will I be receiving a … [Read more...]

Psychology Learner Finnie Williams Uses Technology to Stay a Step Ahead

Finne Williams

I always appreciate when my innovative learners share the clever and inventive ways they fit their CalSouthern coursework into their busy lives. Finnie Williams is one of those innovative students. Despite family responsibilities and other commitments, Finnie has found time to complete his … [Read more...]

The Business Ticker: Updates from the CalSouthern School of Business

Dr. John Belt

John Belt, MBA, has long been one of the most popular faculty mentors in CalSouthern’s School of Business. Students love his wit and irrepressibly positive attitude, and appreciate his responsiveness, as well as his famously extensive and personalized feedback. But not only is Mr. Belt a gifted … [Read more...]

Legal Affairs: Five Ideas to Stay on Track Toward Your Educational and Professional Goals

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Springtime is here! This means warmer weather, sunnier days, flowers everywhere, birds chirping—an almost palpable joie de vivre fills the air. So spruce up your home, your education and your life with the freshness that spring brings. Here are five strategies to consider: Re-visit your … [Read more...]

Faculty Focus: Dr. Patrick McKiernan, CalSouthern School of Behavioral Sciences

Patrick McKiernan

At age 19, Pat McKiernan had a drug problem. He had been evicted from his apartment. His health was suffering. “I had nowhere to go. Nobody wanted anything to do with me,” he recalls. He was at something of a crossroads. For countless others, circumstances like these have marked the … [Read more...]

Seven Keys to Mastering Research Papers

Dr. Robert Weathers

Research papers of any size are the bane of many students’ academic existence. They can be daunting, demanding, and stress-inducing. However, they are an important and essential element of higher learning. They both teach and test students’ ability to research, evaluate sources, think … [Read more...]

Legal Affairs: A Conversation with Faculty Mentor Mathilde Genovese

Mathilde Genovese, JD

CalSouthern School of Law Faculty Mentor Mathilde Genovese’s legal career is as varied as it is impressive. She began her career as a trial attorney with the National Labor Relations Board and the Federal Labor Relations Authority. She then joined the prestigious firm Baker & McKenzie and … [Read more...]

Up to the Challenge – Luther Hall, CalSouthern MBA Learner

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Luther Hall is accustomed to success. The Nebraska native graduated with a communications degree from Bellevue University, where he also was a standout guard on the school’s basketball team. Upon graduation, he continued his basketball career overseas, playing professionally in a collection of … [Read more...]

Faculty Focus: Enid Richey, CalSouthern’s 2013 Faculty Mentor of the Year

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As part of CalSouthern’s 2013 Commencement Ceremony, the inaugural Faculty Mentor of the Year Award was presented. To no one’s surprise, the recipient of the award was Enid Richey from the School of Behavioral Sciences. Richey has been an instrumental part of the School of Behavioral Sciences … [Read more...]