Post University news for students and educators

We’ve had a number of announcements this month — main campus tuition is staying the same, 80-year-old Charlotte Butler enrolled in Post University, and the Neag School of Education Alumni Society honored Child Studies Professor Patrice Farquharson. Several media have…

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Go confidently in the direction of your new job

Job searching is very similar to sales. If you don’t have confidence in your product or service, you cannot expect someone to buy it. Likewise, if you’re over-confident, you risk repelling your potential buyer (or employer). Having the just right…

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US early childhood education issues might reach further than you think

Myriad studies have demonstrated that the first five years of a child’s life are crucial for fostering physical, emotional, social, cognitive, and creative development. That’s one of the main reasons why U.S. leaders at all levels have been pushing for…

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When big goals are a master’s degree away

If you’ve been living out your passion your entire professional life, you probably feel satisfied in what you do. But you never know when an opportunity might come along that lets you take your passion to a new level, and…

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