Technology’s growing impact on teaching and learning: Find a graduate program to help you keep pace

In the Winter issue of Southeast Education Network (SEEN) Magazine, Jen Bouchard, Academic Program Manager for the Master of Education program, shares her advice on how educators can find the right graduate program to sharpen their skills in an ever-changing workplace.
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Published in SEEN Magazine, 12/11.

Men's Basketball Player Makes Sports Roundup

Michael Stepovich's Basketball season highlights were mentioned in a sports news roundup in
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Published in Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, 12/14/11.

Don Mroz Shares Tips for Boosting Innovation in 2012

Don Mroz, Provost and Dean of the School of Business, offers up some advice on being more innovative in 2012 in this Investor’s Business Daily article.
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Published in Inverstor's Business Daily, 12/6/11.

Doug Brown Shares Expertise for 'Positioning Your Business for Success'

INC. magazine turned to Doug Brown, Academic Program Manager for the Master of Business Administration program, for expertise on positioning your business for success in its "Productivity at Work" column.
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Published in INC. Magazine, 12/5/11.

Leveraging IT for Student Recruitment

Mike Statmore, Post University's CIO, talked to Campus Technology magazine on leveraging IT resources to support the delivery of exceptional student service.
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Published in Campus Technology, 12/1/11.

Is an online education a smart choice?

Veronica Montalvo (Marrero), Vice President of OEI Enrollment Management, weighs in on the value of online learning in this Hispanic Executive piece.
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Published in Hispanic Executive, 11-12/11.

Ed Lizotte talks military education benefits on WATR radio

On Veteran's Day, Ed Lizotte, Director of Military Programs and Veterans Affairs, participated in a live WATR radio interview with Larry Rifkin about military education benefits and the University's military program.
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Broadcast on WATR, 11/11/11.

Looking for an online MPA degree? At Post University, it's totally online

Jim Nardozzi, Acting Dean for Post College and Director of the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program, shares his outlook for earning an MPA in 2012, and his advice for choosing an MPA program, on
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Published on, 11/10/11.

Post University alumnus David Haversat running as a write-in candidate for Oxford first selectman

Haversat, 33, wants Oxford to write him in for first selectman on Oct. 13.
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Published on, 11/3/11.

10 Colleges With the Most Older Students

Post University, which is ranked in the 2011 U.S. News Best Colleges edition, is also listed in a top 10 list of schools with the most students older than 25.
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Published on, 10/20/11.

Post U. names Strompf public service dean & Has announced a name for the School of Public Service

Post University announced that Richard Strompf, Ph.D., who joined the University in 2006 as a professor in the Master of Human Services degree program, has been promoted to Dean of the School of Public Service. At a special ceremony, Post University announced that its School of Public Service will be named in honor of the late John P. Burke, former Connecticut Banking Commissioner and member of the University's Board of Trustees.
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Published on, 10/12/11.


Hartford-based WTIC radio aired an interview between Tom Samph, President of Post University, and former Conn. Governor John Rowland and Pastor Will Marroti, who co-host a program called “Church and State.”
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Broadcast on WTIC, 10/11/11.


One of this year's BWF scholarship recipients, Krystal Florio, was featured in a story in the Middletown Press.
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The event also was announced in the Litchfield County Times. >>read more
Published in Middletown Press and Litchfield County Times, 10/10/11.


Don Mroz's promotion to Provost was featured in the Inside Higher Education >>read more
Also featured in the Hartford Business Journal. >>read more
Published in Inside Higher Ed and Hartford Business Journal, 10/11.


Frank Mulgrew, President of the Online Education Institute of Post University, was interviewed by Workwise blogger, Mildred Culp, for a story on creating jobs that was picked up in syndication by The Modesto Bee.
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Published in The Modesto Bee, Connecticut Post, Danbury News Times, and Stamford Advocate, 9/25/11.


In a recent roundtable on jobs creation, Tom Samph, President and CEO of Post University, encouraged the state legislature's Democratic leadership to rectify misconceptions about businesses that make a profit.
>>read Sept 14th article    >>read Sept 15th article
Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 9/14/11 & 9/15/11.

New Milford Police second-in-command, also a Post University adjunct instructor, earns third promotion in a year

Capt. Mark Buckley will be promoted to deputy chief of the New Milford Police Department on September 29, 2011.
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Also see local coverage in the Housatonic Times>>read more
Published on and in the Housatonic Times, 9/22/11.


Kelly Statmore, Post University's Director of Communications, commented on a Huffington Post story about the growing number of adults going to college, and the need for educators to accommodate the unique needs of adult learners. >>read more
Published on, 9/13/11.


For the second year in a row, Post University was included in G.I. Jobs magazine's Military Friendly Schools list. >>read more
Published on, 9/12/11.


Marcelo Parravicini's promotion to Chief Marketing Officer was featured in the “On the Move” section of Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine. >>read more
Published in Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, 9/5/11.

Tom Samph Named President and CEO

The Waterbury Republican American ran a feature on recent changes at the University, including the naming of Tom Samph as President and CEO.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 9/5/11.


Jen Bouchard, an academic program manager for Post's Master of Education program, commented on an article in The Atlantic magazine about the risks of assuming that today's “digital native” students know all they need to know about the effective use of technology. >>read more
Published on, 9/2/11.


Director of Admissions, Jay Murray's tips on the college essay and admissions process were included in the online edition of Woman's Day. >>read more
His tips were also picked up by >>read more
Published in Woman's Day and on, 8/24/11.


Doug Brown, an academic program manager in Post's MBA program, contributed a bylined article to Federal Computer Week on his suggestion to approach technology acquisition and implementation the way you would a new hire.
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Published in Federal Computer Week, 8/22/11.

Post University Student Holds Fundraiser to Help Her Meet Life-Saving Donor's Family

Katherine Colon of Middletown organizes a talent show to raise funds for a trip to meet the family of her life-saving liver transplant donor.
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Published in The Middletown Press, 7/15/11.

Criminal Justice Student Lands Internship with Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office

Casie Nickel, a sophomore at Post University majoring in criminal justice, secured one of seven internships with the Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office. She hopes to be a New Jersey State Trooper and eventually become a homicide detective.
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Published on, 7/5/11.

Black Bear Checks Out Waterbury

A black bear was recently spotted in Waterbury near Post University’s campus. Since it’s almost mating season, some believe the bear "was looking for love".
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Published on, 6/23/11.

Cassidie ErnCassidie Ern Leads Softball Team in Junior Season

The Wetserly Sun takes notices of junior Cassidie Ern’s exceptional performance on Post University’s softball team.
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Published in The Westerly Sun, 6/21/11.

Davis Named Austin College Head Softball Coach

Jaclyn Davis has been named the new head coach of the Austin College softball program, athletics director David Norman has announced.
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Published on, 6/18/11.

Oracle CRM On Demand Supports Growth at Post University

Michael Statmore, Post University’s Chief Information Officer, is featured on Oracle’s website explaining how Post University’s installation of CRM On Demand has helped accommodate University growth.
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Published on, 6/11.

Balancing Quality and Workload in Asynchronous Online Discussions: A Win-Win Approach for Students and Instructors

Zvi Goldman, Academic Program Manager for Post University’s MBA program, published an article in the Journal of Online Learning and Teaching(JOLT) about his online discussion board guidelines.
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Published on, 6/11.

Jane BaileyThe Education of Educators

Jane Bailey, Ed.D., Dean of School of Education, shares her insight on the benefits of a Master of Education degree in Metro newspaper.
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Published in METRO, 6/12/11.

Set Your Sights on Higher Education

Post University’s Saida Luciano-Ross tells AARP VIVA about how she and her children have set their sights on higher education. Saida, who now works for Post, earned her Bachelor’s degree from Post in 2010 and is now pursuing her MBA. 
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Published in AARP VIVA, 5/11.

Staten Island's Stephanie DeMartino enjoyed prolific freshman softball season at Post University

The adjustment period from high school to college sports is not usually an easy one for most athletes.
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Published on, 5/26/11.

Norwalk’s Deputy Police Chief earning his Master of Public Administration at Post University

Deputy Police Chief of Norwalk, Thomas Kulhawik, is currently earning his master's degree in public administration from Post University. With his term up in a year, he says it's part of his effort to strengthen his skills in the event that he decides to re-apply in the future.
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Published in The Hour, 5/26/11.

Causes of Addiction Interview with Dr. Katey Baruth

Academic Program Manager for the Post University Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and the Master of Human Services Alcohol & Drug Counseling concentration, Katey Baruth, Ph.D., shares her advice on combating addiction with
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Published on, 5/24/11.

Post advances in baseball tourney

James Wong delivered an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to carry Post University to an 8-7 victory over Chestnut Hill College Tuesday afternoon at Municipal Stadium in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference tournament. 
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 5/11/11.

Stephanie DeMartinoPost University's Stephanie DeMartino honored

Post University (Waterbury, Conn.) softball player Stephanie DeMartino has been named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week. It is the second time this season she has been recognized by the conference.
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Published on, 5/11/11.

One of Post University's First M.Ed. Grads Shares Her Story with FOX News

Post University hosted its 121st Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 7. More than 400 of the 500 students who completed their degrees on the University’s main campus and through the online program participated in commencement exercises. MaryAnn Gardner, one of the University’s first ever Master of Education degree graduates, shared her story with Fox 61 News. 
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Broadcast on FOX61, 5/11/11.

Graduation 2011Post Graduates More than 500 Students on Saturday, May 7

On Saturday, May 7, Post University celebrated its 121st Commencement. Nearly 400 of the 500+ graduates from its on-campus and online degree programs participated in the ceremony, which took place on the University’s Waterbury, CT campus. The day included a live video feed for those graduates and family members who could not attend in person. 
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 5/7/11.

Steven CorbettCorbett helps to give Post the winning edge

Post University Men's Baseball coach, A.J. McNamara, talks the team's new ace pitcher, Steven Corbett, and why he thinks he has what it takes to help the team win the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference for the first time.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 5/4/11.

Paying for college when the freshman is 40

Michelle Gambicini, director of student planning for Post University's accelerated degree programs, shares her tips and advice for adult students financing college.
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Published on, 4/29/11.

Credentials for the Workplace

Edmund Lizotte, Post University's Director of Military Programs and Veterans Affairs, explains how service members can obtain a competitive edge by pursuing professional credentials in addition to college degrees.
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Published in Military Advanced Education, 4/11.

Veronica MarreroPost University's Veronica Marrero Named VP of Enrollment Management

Veronica Marrero was promoted to Vice President of Enrollment Management for Post University’s Accelerated Degree Program. Since joining Post in 2005, Marrero has played an integral role in the University’s ability to meet the growing demand for online higher education. >> read more
This article was also featured in Hispanics on the Move. >>read more
Published in the Hartford Business Journal and in Hispanics on the Move on 4/25/11.

Post baseball regionally ranked for 6th straight week

For six consecutive weeks, Post University’s Baseball team was ranked in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Division II East Region Poll. Nationally the Eagles were among the best in several categories.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 4/19/11.

Who's Hiring: Camp Horizons adds 8 positions

Post University undergraduate alumni and current graduate student, Lee Delvalle, tells the Norwich Bulletin why he feels his new position at Camp Horizons Inc. is exceptional.
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Published in Norwich Bulletin, 4/18/11.

Dr. James NardozziCAREER LAddEr

Jim Nardozzi has been appointed to Acting Dean of Post College. In his new role, Nardozzi will lead the general education programs and other undergraduate programs at Post University.
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Published in Hartford Courant, 4/18/11.

Colleges present theater

Post Theatrical Players’ director Bob Tansley dishes on on-stage romance, a whirl with vocals, and an element of surprise in the University’s latest production, "Little Shop of Horrors."
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 4/7/11.

Movers & Shakers

Douglas S. Brown has been named a managing partner with Pelorus Advisors in Hartford where he heads the firm’s business coaching and strategy and performance practice areas.
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Published in Hartford Business Journal, 3/28/11.

Former Post coach accomplishes 'a lot' in first season at Southern

Former Post University Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Donnelly says he owes “a debt of gratitude” to his experience at Post University, and without it, he would not be in his new role at Southern CT State.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 3/25/11.

Comparing Online Programs

Much of the debate about online higher education turns on comparing online courses to face-to-face ones. But with colleges of every type increasingly venturing into the fray of online teaching regardless, some have turned toward the practical question of comparing online programs with other online programs.
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Published in Inside Higher Education, 3/24/11.

Local golf pro sets his sights on the big time

A young touring professional from Wokingham is eyeing a place on the European Tour having tied up a host of local sponsorship deals.
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Published on, 3/23/11.

In the Zone: Raiders' Carlino stands tall

You might never have heard of the Collegiate Sprint Football League. Nor is it likely Post University in Waterbury, Conn., rings a bell. Unless you are a devoted follower of Barnstable High football, the name Jay Carlino probably doesn't jog the memory either. That's too bad, because all three are worth knowing about.
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Published in Cape Cod Times, 3/18/11.

Post University expert comments on the future of education

"The question Mulgrew ultimately asks is: 'Where isn't there a classroom?'"
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Published in College Planning & Management, 3/11.

Post University Admissions Expert Offers Tips For Navigating the College Financial Aid Process

High school seniors are currently receiving those long awaited letters of acceptance from colleges. Now the next crucial phase begins: figuring out how to pay the cost of tuition, room and board.
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Published on Yahoo! Finance, 3/2/11.

Post's Sokaitis named CACC Coach of Year

Al Sokaitis, in his first season as head coach of Post University's men's basketball program, has been named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 3/2/11.

Former Post University Standout Basketball Player Reflects on Pro Career

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Published in Westport News, 2/22/11.

Tunxis gallery features ceramic sculptors

The public is invited to “Two Ceramic Sculptors,” an exhibition by John Rohlfing and Peggy Steinway in the Wallace Barnes and Barbara Hackman Franklin Art Gallery at Tunxis Community College today-March 14. An opening reception will be held Thursday, 5-7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
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Published in The Bristol Press, 2/22/11.

How We Make the Next Generation of Compliance Leaders

Steve Paulone, Academic Program Manager for Post University's Online MBA Degree Program, contributed a bylined article on compliance to the Corporate Compliance Insights website.
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Published on, 2/14/11.

Navy, Post University Partnership Offers Recruiters Fast Path to Degree

Commander, Navy Recruiting Command partnered with Post University Feb. 3, expanding opportunities for Sailors serving in the recruiting field to earn degrees.
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Published on, 2/11/11
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Post University Joins the Blogosphere

Post University, a student-focused university offering on-campus and online programs, today introduced its new blog at The blog is part of the school’s effort to participate in the national discussion about the future of higher education and to provide insight and peer support to both on-campus and online students.
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Published in the Hartford 10, 2/8/11.

Attorney's Donation To University Speaks Volumes

Post University doesn't have a law school. But its library is now packed with law books that any attorney might find helpful — torts textbooks, practice books, and various volumes containing state codes.
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Published in Connecticut Law Tribune, 1/24/11.

Yale University names new police chief

Yale University President Richard Levin Thursday appointed Ronnell A. Higgins as chief of the Yale Police Department.
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Published in New Haven Register, 1/20/11.

Post University to hire 50 by May

At a time when many companies are laying off, Post University is growing rapidly and is looking to hire 50 people by May.
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Published in Waterbury Republican-American, 1/18/11.

Lawyer's donation doubles school law library

The holdings of a Connecticut university's law library are being doubled with the donation of a local attorney. Post University in Waterbury says Timothy Moynahan's donation of more than 2,000 items will help students in the legal studies, criminal justice and public administration programs.
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Published on, 1/17/11.

Waterbury's Post U. has 50 job openings

Post University has scheduled a pair of career fairs to fill as many as 50 openings for a diverse array of jobs at the Waterbury school.
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Published on, 1/13/11.

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