Chancellor University - Archives for 11/2012

Getting Twittery

Thursday, November 29, 2012
Yesterday Chancellor University admissions and communications team members had an exciting opportunity to attend the Smart Business Midwest Social Media Summit in Cleveland. read more
POSTED IN: CU Events
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt

Supreme Court Case Update

Monday, November 26, 2012
US Supreme CourtAt a recent Webinar about the Criminal Justice program we briefly discussed a couple of recent U.S. Supreme Court cases of interest to both Criminal Justice majors and law enforcement officers.  Maybe you have some comments or opinions about the cases and a prediction as to how the Supreme Court will rule. read more
POSTED IN: News and Media
AUTHOR: Scott Brantley

Career In Focus: Dr. Navran on CU's Partnership with the Career Transition Center

Monday, November 19, 2012
Like every metropolitan city, Cleveland is fortunate to have numerous great nonprofits who focus on advancing common good and public interests. Career Transition Center (CTC) is relatively a new nonprofit organization that assists displaced workers in transitioning to new jobs. Its aim is to catapult the success of area workers and businesses. I recently had an opportunity to meet Ann B. Hunter, Executive Director of CTC and was quite impressed to learn how a small organization with limited resources is embarked on doing big things for its community. Enabling people to get back into employment in today's hard economic times is indeed an admirable goal. read more
POSTED IN: Career
AUTHOR: Dr. Darius Navran

Introducing: Chancellor's Newest Alumni Board Members

Thursday, November 15, 2012
As newly elected board members of the Chancellor University Alumni Association, each of our distinguished alumni has a success story to tell that accompanies the degrees they have pursued with our long-standing institution. Take a quick look below at some of the exciting things our board members are doing with their education: read more
POSTED IN: Student Services
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt

A Degree in Paralegal Studies with a Dose of Medical Field Experience

Monday, November 12, 2012
paralegal, medical, nurseParalegal studies degrees allow virtually anyone who has a passion for law an opportunity to grow both professionally and personally. The projected employment growth rate stands at 18%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

For those with a medical background –nurses, EMTs, physicians and others – it can be even more rewarding. read more
POSTED IN: Education
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt

Meet the Faculty: Scott Brantley

Thursday, November 08, 2012
Criminal Justice, Chancellor University Scott Brantley didn’t always envision himself as teacher, but instead, began his impressive career by attending law school. At the end of his first year, he was drafted into the army where he served for two and a half years before returning to finish his law degree. read more
POSTED IN: Admissions
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt

A Paralegal's Story

Monday, November 05, 2012
Shelly Bender is a paralegal who loves her job. She’s also a single parent who never thought she’d have the opportunity to fulfill her dream of pursuing her bachelor’s degree in legal studies.

But thanks to Chancellor University and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA), Shelly will begin working toward her degree this October at Chancellor with a full ride scholarship under her belt. read more
POSTED IN: Education
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt
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