The Title V Department is excited to share our first episode of the Student Success Podcast! Just like the Student Success Blog, the Podcast will share information and tips for how to be a successful…Read More
For a brief overview of the conference proceedings and useful information for those looking for government employment, read on!
It’s been a long time since I’ve been back at school. Ten years to be exact. During my time in the U.S. Army, I had injured my shoulder on a mountain climbing training exercise. After three shoulder surgeries, the opportunity to go back to school came up and I thought an education in psychology would enable me to continue helping people find a way out of suffering.
There are so many benefits to being a student in this program. I was personally very intrigued by the courses in the autism minor and they have prepared me to effectively work with ASD students in school settings.
Although only at Albizu University for a short period of time, Belen certainly made the most of the experience as an international student. Read more about this unique story here.
A research conference is an opportunity for professionals and students to present research findings to gain experience in the field and receive invaluable input from colleagues about how to strengthen their work.
Deciding whether to continue with education by way of graduate school or obtain employment can be the toughest and most crucial decision an individual will make at this early junction.
Whether you’re studying for a placement test, the GRE, the GK, or just trying to ace your way through finals, here are five tips on how to study smarter, not harder.
If you were unable to attend our 3rd Annual South Florida Student Research Symposium, we have you covered. Read on for a synopsis of the day’s events and our conference winners!
The start of each semester brings new classes, a fresh start, and, oh yeah, required textbooks. However, if you know your options and where to look, you can save a little bit each semester.