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To go or not to go, that is the question. Graduate school sounds like a great option. Butt what school do you go to for your degree? How do you choose the program thats best for you? Whatever your reason for wanting to get your graduate degree, there’s a lot to think about before you commit to another few years of school. Today Shirley Gutkowski, host of Cross Link Radio, speaks with David Diehl, Associate Vice President for Enrollment and Associate Professor of Accounting at Aurora University on what to consider when returning for your graduate degree.
David’s specialties are taxation, management accounting, personal financial planning and corporate financial management. He has degrees from Loyola University Chicago, Missouri Baptist University, and the University of Missouri – Columbia. David is a licensed CPA in Illinois and Missouri. He is one of only about 35,000 holders of the Personal Financial Specialist designation awarded by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. David also holds the prestigious CMA designation from the Institute of Management Accountants and the CGMA designation from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. David Diehl is an active member of the Illinois and Missouri CPA Societies as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
David is a regular speaker on financial and business matters. In addition, he was author of the instructor’s manual and PowerPoint system for the third edition “Corporate Finance: Core Principles and Applications”.
David, his wife Mary, and their three cats reside in Glendale, MO and Chicago, IL.
This show is for all parents who are watching their "babies" turn into adults. It is a time of celebration as your graduate finishes high school and begins a new life. This show talks about how to make sure they are prepared for the new life ahead of them.
Everyday Wisdom For Families is Creating Change in Today's Families.
Host Kellie Ann Peterson has experience working with families in crisis for over 20 years. She uses this radio program to strengthen the family. Sharing Biblical principles, parenting tips, education and the best of the sciences. She uses Torah, the Bible, to bring the Biblical Parenting Principles to life. Once a month she adds to the show additional expert guests. Her guests are authors, speakers and experts who bring new insights to enhance the future success of Everyday Families.
Maria Davis-Perkins conducting a Claremont Graduate University doctorate dissertation research.
"Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Status; The Case of Long Term English Language Learners (LTELLs) in High Schools"
Elizabeth Maciel is assisting with community liason activities and with translation of documents and at the interviews. Ms. Maciel is an educator assistant in a local school district.
"Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Status;
The Case of Long Term English Language Learners (LTELLs) in High Schools"
Study’s Purpose: The purpose is two-fold:
1. Identify what parents do and do not know about their LTELL students’ academic and language status
2. Characterize the information resources/social networks that contribute to parents’ possession of reliable as versus unreliable information.
SHOW NOTES: In the COURTNEY! I AM CURIOUS series you ask and I answer! I hope that my journey through life helps you more fully explore what is probable in your life! This episode is, “How Did You Graduate From College with your Bachelors degree at 20 Years Old?”
I graduated from high school when I was 17 years old. I graduated from college with my bachelor’s degree three years after I finished high school. I was 20 years old.
1) How did I do it (graduate from college with my bachelor’s degree in three years)?
I completed all of the requirements for the degree by that time. I completed 124 credit hours and 120 were required for graduation. Thus, I graduated because I finished the degree program requirements. From RADIO SHOW/AUDIO PODCAST: Solutions…with Courtney Anderson! (SwCA) Episode 082 - Originally aired 4/16/2014 9:00 AM - HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT series - “How do I pick 'the right' college for my first degree?", “in general (from a US perspective), degrees are awarded based on completed credit hours. One credit hour is based on one class hour per week throughout the duration of a semester. So, a class that meets for three hours per week for an entire term will be worth three credit hours upon successful completion. An associate degree is roughly 60 credit hours. A bachelors degree is 120 credit hours. Thus, to earn a bachelors degree would take 40 different three credit classes (which is why it takes several years to graduate).”
2) How did you complete all of the degree requirements in three years?
By planning ahead and setting a goal to do so! The most candid response I can give is that from my earliest memory my goal was to move as quickly as possible through undergraduate sch
On October 26th, Sai Maa completed the first ever Journeys of Profound Healing with Japanese simultaneous translation. Maa worked deeply with the 60 participants who traveled from Japan to participate, each one receiving immense healing both individually and at the level of the Japanese collective consciousness. This profound work included the clearing of deep cultural wounds of emotional suppression and ancestral trauma from the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
In witnessing this deep cultural healing, we are reminded of the powerful impact of Maa’s offer to humanity. As Journey Graduates, we have a unique opportunity to align with Maa in manifesting Maa’s mission of global enlightenment.
Join Sai Maa’s Successors, Lucinda Hanover and Joey Klein, for a special Journey Graduate call to explore what is possible in fulfilling this opportunity and, in doing so, rise to a new level of self-expression and mastery in our own lives.
Having been in both undergraduate and graduate school, I will discuss the similarities and differences in both. I attended a small liberal arts school to attain my Bachelor's degree, and I am currently at a middle sized university to get my Master's degree. I will debate the pros and cons of school size as well as the requirements of higher education.
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Lindsey is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Her stories and tips have been featured on the Liza Oz Show, MindBodyGreen and CBS News. She is also one of the leading contributors on ehow.com. When she’s not drinking kale smoothies, you can find her writing, speaking and rapping about self-love.
Interested in doing what Lindsey does? Want to learn all about how you can live a heathier life or transform your passion into your career? Check out this site for more information on the Institute for Integrative Nutrition:
Also receive a free copy of my book, Self-Coach Your Way to More Energy when you sign up in full for the course!
Email me here for your free copy, upon confirmed enrollment: edie [@] smashon.com
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Episode 27 was a focused discussion about resources to help you pay for graduate school, the COSTS associated with it, and some basic considerations before you take on this commitment.
Guests: Tamekia Bell and Keonna Feaster
Hosting: J.R. Dunlap, Warren Feaster and Adia Sanders
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Live recordings each Thursday @ 8:00pm EST.
Helen Jackson is a distinguised CUBM graduate. Upon competion of her associate degree, she went on to earn her BS and MS from Geneva College and now serves as the Recruiting Specialist for CUBM. Helen and her husband Andrew pastor the Webster Avenue Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in the Hill District (Andrew is a CUBM graduate as well). Helen is about to retire after 32 years of service in the County Court System. Today Helen talks to Karla and John about her CUBM experience, what she tells potential CUBM recruits and why she thinks everyone should enroll at Geneva College at the Center for Urban Biblical Ministry.
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes Darren Champagne, Darren is a student who is unable to graduate with his friends and classmates because he was fired from his co-op position in the Mayor's office for exercising his right t free speech. He made comments about council making an erroneous decision and another comment stating that if he were to win office in the October election he would bring a big change to the civic centre. He even made these statements on a small time newspaper comment section where only 20 or so people will ever see them. Darren believes online is supposed to be his medium for expressing beliefs freely. He expressed his opinion as a private citizen with no affiliation to the municipality and he is being treated as if he spoke on behalf of the office itself. This is preventing Darren from graduating because he still needs 35 hours of co-op for his third credit.
Join us LIVE at 9am pacific - 12pm eastern time, listen to Darren's story and as Brian makes some calls to help Darren's cause.
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Considered by many to be one of the leading thinkers in human development, Dr. Bob Wright (www.drbobwright.com) is an internationally recognized visionary, educator, program developer, author, speaker, relationships expert, entrepreneur, consultant, and executive coach.
Dr. Bob founded the Graduate Institute for the Realization of Human Potential and the Foundation for Transformational Leadership. Dr. Bob Wright’s degrees include a BA in Sociology, MA in Communications, MSW in Clinical Social Work, and a Doctorate in Education, Leadership, and Change.