In the Media Archive

Keeping the Mind Alive and Understanding It’s Never Too Late
Murray Block, Chief of Staff, was featured on Saturday, July 20th on CBS6 Albany.  His interview includes livelong learning, keeping your mind active, and his attempts...

Live Chat on Careers in Health Sciences
Excelsior College’s Dean of Health Sciences, Deborah Sopczyk and  health science expert, Linda Kennelly, faculty member in the School of Health Sciences addressed college...

Adults Celebrating Graduation
Photo selected and featured as “Your Best Shot” in the Times Union....

How to End the Nursing Shortage
With the graying of America has come a shortage of health-care professionals, especially nurses. One major contributor to this problem is a lack of...

Excelsior College holds graduation
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Excelsior College Commencement 2013
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Excelsior College Graduation
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SCHENECTADY : For many Excelsior grads, college came later
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Hundreds of veterans receive their diplomas
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CBS6/CW15 Commencement Week Interviews
On July 10, Jennifer Mullen, anchor & reporter  from CBS 6/CW15 (Albany, New York) visited Excelsior College’s campus to conduct live interviews with graduates,...

Bringing Prior Learning Assessment into Higher Education’s Mainstream
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Massive Open Online Courses: A Question of Credit
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have captured the attention of higher education and the political community in a way seldom seen. To many, the...

LIVE CHAT: Cybersecurity and protecting your data
Key takeaways from Live Chat Cyber Tip: Be careful using cloud to store information — read agreements  – protect your info from other’s viewing....

Five Questions for Dr. Jane LeClair
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Aspiring nurse drew inspiration from personal medical struggles
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LIVE CHAT: Criminal justice careers
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Credentialing is How Institutions will Differentiate in the Future
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Medical careers become high tech with electronic medical records
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Five Questions with Dr. Michael Verro
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YNN Albany: Preventative care increasing the demand for nurses
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