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5 Ways to Make and Leverage Connections to Land a Job

The importance of students leveraging relationships with professors was stressed by Chris Szpryngel, Acting Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, in an article for NerdWallet.com.
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Published in Nerd Wallet, 3/4/2015 


Colleges are Failing America's Midlife Population

Post President Don Mroz offered his insights on how colleges can strive to benefit midlife, nontraditional students in a story for Next Avenue. This article also ran on Forbes.com.  
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Published in Next Avenue, 2/19/2015 


Networking: The Secret Ingredient to Success in an MBA

Chris Szpryngel, Acting Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, shared his secrets to success for MBA students in a piece he authored for Wired Innovation Insights.
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Published in Wired Innovation Insights, 2/3/2015


90-Year-Old Kenyan Woman Goes to School, Learns to Read and Write Alongside Great-Great-Grandkids

A Huffington Post story on an elderly Kenyan woman attending school, featured Post student Charlotte Butler, who at the age of 80 enrolled at Post to earn her Bachelor of Science in Human Services.
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Published in Huffington Post, 1/27/2015


 New Approach Propels Post Men Higher On and Off the Court

An article highlighting the recent successes of the Post University men’s basketball team and Coach Al Sokaitis’ vision for the team ran in the Waterbury Republican-American.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 1/16/2015


Post University Names New Dean, Education

The Hartford Business Journal ran a brief announcement on Post’s newly appointed Dean of the School of Education, Bonnie Lee Rabe, Ph.D.
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Published in Hartford Business Journal, 1/16/2015


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