Accounting Offers New Graduate Certificate

May 31, 2018

The Accounting Department will soon begin offering a new Advanced Business Certificate in Accounting Analytics.

Emphasis on Accounting Analytics Will Provide Grads with Career Advantages

The Accounting Department will soon begin offering a new Advanced Business Certificate in Accounting Analytics. The program is in response to industry demand for professionals who can access and process large amounts of business data. Continue Reading

Studying for the Bar? Put Down the Phone — Or Not

May 29, 2018

ABA Journal– The days of attending bar review classes in person are waning, say law school deans, and recent graduates preparing for the bar now do a great deal of studying on smartphones with offerings like streamed lectures, flashcard apps and even YouTube songs devoted to thinking through statutes and case law.

Getting to Know London

May 23, 2018

Buckingham Palace Gates
Me, in front of Buckingham Palace!

My first day in London was extremely exhausting, however, the 5-hour time difference was easy to get over. The second day we jumped into class mode and I was happy to see that my syllabus was a mix of learning about the culture and exploring London. Continue Reading

Supervisors: Learning on the Job is Key, says Study

Informal learning on the job plays a crucial role in many work environments, and is especially well suited to health care settings, but supervisors don’t always recognize the benefit, according to a new UConn study. (Getty Images)
Informal learning on the job plays a crucial role in many work environments, and is especially well suited to health care settings, but supervisors don’t always recognize the benefit, according to a new UConn study. (Getty Images)

Informal, on-the-job learning is a key component of workplace education, especially for promotion-focused employees who seek out opportunities that enable goal attainment. Continue Reading