Zoom provided a unique opportunity for our department to connect with alumni in other parts of the country.
The College of Education will host New Teacher Conference for all new teachers in their first through fourth years of teaching on Friday, June 11, via Zoom.
Four alumni describe the benefits of on-campus student employment
Career Services provides a variety of support to assist Redbirds in their job search and careers.
Craig Heyne ’20 secured his dream job at What Do You Meme? right after graduation.
Ever wonder what it’s like to work towards a Doctorate of Nursing Practice? Or how to balance going back to school with your family or busy work schedule? We sat down with Dr. Jessica Sullivan—a two-time MCN grad and MCN’s FNP sequence leader for the DNP program—to learn more about how the FNP sequence of the program is structured and who should consider earning a DNP.
Juanita M. Morris, M.S. ’98, Ph.D. ’07 is using a $2.3 million grant to start a Civic Leadership Institute for Decatur Public Schools.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Harrison (BSN ’11) might have spent Winter Break visiting family members or traveling. Instead, he signed a five-week contract to work in the ICU.
As a Recreation Therapist II for the New Hampshire Department of Corrections (NHDOC) for Women, Mike Bassett’s ‘16 passion for the field of therapeutic recreation (TR) is evident. Seeing his passion, it might come as a surprise that he discovered the perfect major by chance.
Learn how Alanah Ruffin ’19 found her passion as a student working with Milner Library circus route books.