Post in the media: Networking, volunteerism and 125 years of higher education

Post University and its faculty and staff have been in the news several times recently, offering up professional advice and contributing expertise to publications across the nation.
Here’s a recap of the latest headlines to hit the news:

Post celebrates 125 years of higher education

Screen shot of President Mroz's article in

President Mroz wrote an article reflecting on Post’s 125-year history for

Post University is celebrating its 125th Anniversary in 2015. President Don Mroz authored a piece in Evolllution on the steps Post has taken to get to where it is, the innovative culture it has created, and how the university hopes to advance into the future.  Mroz also discussed the changing trends within higher education and how Post has adapted throughout the years.

Opening doors through networking
Chris Szpryngel, Acting Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, shared his insights on networking tips for students in a recent article for Nerd Wallet. Szpryngel stressed how important networking is to gain a firm understanding of the industry you hope to enter.

Growing questions in U.S. healthcare
Carole Bergeron, Academic Program Manager for Post’s Healthcare MBA program, shared her expertise on why health professionals seek non-clinical, advanced degrees was featured in the April issue of ADVANCE Web. Bergeron discussed how the health care field is changing and what professionals are doing to meet the growing needs.

Finding new paths in volunteerism
The benefits of volunteering for college students was the topic of a Metro.US piece featuring Debra Manente, Associate Director of Career Services.  Manente explained how volunteering not only helps a student’s resume, but that it can open their eyes to new fields of study they may not have been considering.


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