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Statement Since I assumed the presidency at the College, we have acted to make critical investments in support of our mission and our students, to fulfill the promise of our values. I intend for us to operate at the highest standards of integrity – because our most important obligation is to our students. Over the past …

Cybercrime is becoming more common in today’s technologically advanced society. Cyber-attacks cost businesses hundreds of billions of dollars a year, and the call for experts to battle these threats is on the rise. In fact, the demand for cybersecurity professionals is growing at a rate 12 times faster than the total labor market! According to …

In this series of articles titled “Tomorrow’s World,” members of Business & Technology faculty will reflect on the changes taking place in their field and consider how those changes might impact someone pursuing a career in that discipline. In this article, Dr. Andrew Hurd, the faculty program director for cybersecurity, considers challenges and changes in …

Learning Resources at Excelsior College: Part 1 This is part I of a series of blog posts designed to familiarize students with some of the learning resources available at Excelsior College. The intent of each post is to focus in on one of these resources, and provide students with an easy to read description. For …

Happy Holidays! It’s Kelli and Hannah your Student Success Coaches again with another monthly app! With the holidays quickly approaching we thought this would be a great time to introduce a budgeting app.  We know you have shopping to do!  How does your wallet look?  We searched high and low and found the most integrated …

I don’t know about you, but I can’t remember anything unless I WRITE IT DOWN! Every morning I write down what I would like to accomplish today, essentially my “to-do lists”. From taking a deep breath, remembering to pay a bill, and reading a couple pages out of a book that is taking longer than …

twitter conversations

By Amy Erickson About five years ago, one university encouraged instructors and staff to create Twitter accounts. Unfortunately, the instructors and staff weren’t given any guidance as to how or why to use Twitter. I felt it was a great place to store frequently accessed articles or to share articles on topics relevant to current …