Post in the Media: Transferring credits, graduation speeches and more

What to know when transferring credits published a Q&A article with Kathryn Reilly, Director of Main Campus Admissions, on the ability for students to transfer credits from out of state. Reilly explained that students transferring credits should make sure that the courses they’re transferring align with the desired school’s curriculum and that grade point averages and final course grades are up to par with the new school’s requirements.

Kathryn Reilly discusses transferring credits out of state. article with Kathryn Reilly, Director of Main Campus Admissions.

Post grads embrace positivity

Post University celebrated the Class of 2016 on May 7, and the Waterbury-Republican American highlighted the undergraduate commencement ceremony. The article recapped the speeches given by Post’s valedictorians, including Main Campus Valedictorian Brianne Scott, who encouraged the undergraduate students in attendance to embrace the power of positivity.

Innovative MPA program featured

Academic Program Manager Cynthia Anger’s insights on Post’s Master of Public Administration program were featured in American City & County. Anger discussed how Post has integrated its MBA program with its MPA program, creating a valuable and innovative learning experience for students.

Digital natives mentor older employees

Multigenerational diversity in the workplace was the topic of an article in the summer print issue of Diversity Woman Magazine, featuring insights from Chris Szpryngel, Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business. Szpryngel highlighted certain organizations that utilize their younger, more tech savvy employees, to mentor their older employees on ways to use technology.

Post coach visits Philippines as part of NBA Cares

Post women’s basketball coach, and six-time WNBA All Star, Taj McWillliams-Franklin, visited children in Manila as part of the NBA Cares outreach program. Her journey, which included classroom learning and physical activity, was documented by Play PH.

Baseball player has every position covered

In his final home game at Post, senior baseball player Erik Rodriguez played every position on the field for the Eagles. The Waterbury Republican-American highlighted the nine positions in nine innings feat, which was a challenge that Rodriguez and Head Coach Ray Ricker had discussed for over a year prior.

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