As learners, and sometimes, life-long learners, we to come a point in our journey where we either slow down, or sometimes even stop altogether. That initial spark, or that inner drive or motivation which compels us to pursue our education further, seems to be fainting, or disappearing.
What is my chief fear? Well, for most of us, our #1 trigger for the internal fight-flight-or-freeze hormone, cortisol, is: fear of the loss of social acceptance and/or self-esteem (see Schwartz article below).
California Southern University has announced that its 39th annual commencement ceremony will be held at Cheng Hall at the Irvine Barclay Theatre in Irvine, California. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 5, 2017, at 2:00PM.
CalSouthern held an inaugural induction ceremony for our newly established Sigma Beta Delta honor international society. Top learners within the BBA, MBA, and DBA programs were recognized at our campus in Costa Mesa, CA.
The School of Business has attained candidacy status for accreditation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), and is beginning an exhaustive self-study of its degree programs.
Spend a few minutes with Dr. Stephanie Hoon and it’s easy to understand why she is such a popular and effective faculty mentor. Intelligent and engaging, Dr. Hoon has a positivity that’s uplifting and infectious.
The CalSouthern School of Law has begun accepting enrollments into two new degree programs. The Master of Science in Dispute Resolution (MSDR) is designed to meet the growing need for mediators and arbitrators...
Earning a law degree and then passing the bar exam is an extraordinary challenge. Now add in a family of four. On top of that, try being on active duty in the Marines, with responsibilities that have you working 29 straight days, with a 24-hour shift every three days within that cycle.