Posts filed under "Featured"

Career Paths with Multiple College Degrees: Actress, Author, and Now Therapist

Annette Annechild started college at the University of Maryland in 1969. In 1973, she left during her senior year with a 3.89... [read more]

Never Lose Sight: A 25-year Journey

Pamela Lewis of Albuquerque, New Mexico, earned her first degree from Excelsior College in the late 1980′s. While working full-time she earned... [read more]

Partner Forum Focuses on Student Experience

Yesterday, Excelsior College held its 3rd annual Academic Partnership Forum, hosting more than 30 partners from across the United States, for a... [read more]

Passionate Pursuit: Reducing stress though “Acoustic Journeys”

The purpose of Excelsior Life’s Passionate Pursuits is to help shine a light on faculty and staff successfully balancing work, home and... [read more]

CampusTalk: 2014 Academic Partnership Forum

Christina Yang, director of academic partnerships, discusses the 2014 Academic Partnership Forum to be held on Excelsior’s campus this Wednesday, September 10.... [read more]

National Suicide Prevention Week 2014: Dr. Joseph Hunter on the VA’s ‘Operation Save’

Sunday, September 8, marked the start of National Suicide Prevention Week, sponsored by the American Association of Suicidology. The awareness campaign runs... [read more]

Passionate Pursuits: Renay Williams Teaches Importance of Volunteerism

The purpose of Excelsior Life’s Passionate Pursuits is to help shine a light on faculty and staff successfully balancing work, home and... [read more]

CampusTalk: Press Conference on $1 Million Federal Nursing Grant

In the inaugural CampusTalk, listen to Dr. John Ebersole announce a $1 million federal grant awarded to Excelsior College to assist veterans pursuing... [read more]

Excelsior College School of Nursing Awarded Federal Grant to Assist Veterans Pursuing a Career in Nursing

  Excelsior College President John Ebersole today announced a three-year, $1,019,181 award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to assist... [read more]

National Cybersecurity Institute Offers Free Course for Technology Professionals

The National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College is offering a free, non-credit, 8-week online, self-paced, introductory course in cybersecurity entitled: Cybersecurity for... [read more]

Excelsior College OWL Recognized with WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award

WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET) today recognized five institutions with WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) awards, including the Excelsior College Online Writing... [read more]

Passionate Pursuits: Excelsior Staff Play Flag Football for Charity

At Excelsior College, employees volunteer for a diverse array of charitable causes outside of work hours. Many nonprofits offer events, but this... [read more]

Commentary: Students Often Confused by the Complexities of Plagiarism

Today, on Excelsior Commentary, Dr. Crystal Sands continues her exploration of the nature of plagiarism. ___ In my last blog on plagiarism,... [read more]

Commentary: Is Michael Daniels Cyber-Lite or Just Right?

Today on Excelsior Commentary, Dr. Jane LeClair discusses Michael Daniels and whether you need technical expertise in an area in order to... [read more]

Excelsior’s Dr. David Seelow to Appear on Travel Channel’s “Inventing the Cloudbuster”

Excelsior College’s Dr. David Seelow will appear tonight on an episode of Travel Channel’s “Monumental Mysteries” centered on Dr. Wilhelm Reich, a... [read more]

National Cybersecurity Institute MOOC Explores Evolving Cyber Field

This fall, the National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College will once again offer “Introduction to Cybersecurity”, a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).... [read more]

Turning the Joy of Writing into a College Degree

Do you have a passion for telling a story? Have you ever thought, “I should just write a book”? Now you can... [read more]

Togetherness: Earning a College Degree & Serving in the U.S. Army

Lloyd and Arnecia Gallop were high school sweethearts. They traveled the world while serving the U.S. Army – one as an active... [read more]

Commentary: What Would Happen if Ebola Virus Spread to the U.S.?

In the wake of the recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, Dr. Rena Jones, a Research Fellow at the National Cancer... [read more]

Commentary: Plagiarism in Our Culture

Today on Excelsior Commentary, Dr. Crystal Sands discusses the most recent high-profile plagiarism incidents and what it says about our culture. —... [read more]