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NEW LEADERS COMMITTED TO IMPROVEMENTS, PROGRESS
In September, Tom Samph, Ph.D., was appointed President and CEO of Post University by the Board of Trustees. Dr. Samph has served as Post's CEO since 2004 and has played an integral role in the University's development and leadership.
>> Listen to his interview on CBS radio show "State & Church" where he talks Post University past, present, and future.
Don Mroz, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business, has added the title of Provost of the University. In this role, he will be responsible for further aligning the undergraduate and graduate degree programs and academic support services to ensure greater overall academic integrity among all programs.
MILITARY PROGRAMS EARN MORE MERIT
Military Times Edge ranked Post University at #8 in its Best Colleges for Vets 2011 online edition. For the second year in a row, Post University was also included in G.I. Jobs magazine's Military Friendly Schools list.
On Nov. 5, Post University hosted a 5K Road Race for "Home for Our Troops" and raised more than $600 for the worthy cause.
>> Photo slideshow
What's it like to pursue a degree with Post University while serving in the Army? Watch our Skypecast with a Connecticut brother and sister duo to hear the students' perspective.
POST LENDS A VIRTUAL HAND
Partnering with the Robotics Technology Consortium and Innovation Accelerator, our Instructional Design and IT departments helped design a virtual competition format for this year's Robobowl. Leveraging Post's expertise in online collaboration, contestants from around the country were able to "virtually" showcase their ideas in front of a panel of judges located around the country.
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC SERVICE HONORS LATE JOHN P. BURKE
On Oct. 13, Post University held a ceremony for the naming the School of Public Service in honor of the late John P. Burke, former Banking Commissioner of the state of Connecticut. Burke, who served on the boards of Teikyo Post College Foundation, Teikyo Post University, and Post University, was remembered by friends and colleagues as a man of great humor and character. He passed away in Nov. 2009.
EAGLES ENJOY IMPRESSIVE, DRAMATIC SEASONS
The men's soccer team's impressive season landed them a spot in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championship (CACC) game. After controlling play for most of the game, they fell 1-0 in overtime to Nyack at a game played in the Philadelphia area.
With a record of 2-4, the Post University Sprint Football team showed signs of development in its second season. From the first game, a thrilling victory over Cornell, to the 48-0 domination over Princeton, this has been the team to watch!
Earning its first CACC playoff bid since the 2008 season, the women's soccer team also had a tremendous season.
Jean Fredrick, an online education expert from the Sloan Consortium, recently completed her own online MBA degree with Post. Listen here to find out why she chose Post, and how the program matched up to her expectations.
Navy Veteran and recent MBA grad Kenneth Tolley recently left us an unsolicited testimonial on our LinkedIn page. He tells us why in an interview.