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Students and faculty at the Delta Mu Delta Honors Symposium presented their studies on the topic of ethics at the Williams Building lecture hall.
Interns live on the Disney park property either in Orlando, Fla., or Anaheim, Calif. The choice of apartment- or dormitory-style housing gives them a chance to meet other interns from around the world.
The fifth-generation Arizonan wears two hats at GCU: one with the College of Education and the other as academic liaison for partnerships in Strategic Educational Alliances. And he’s already known in national math-standards circles.
Professors began promoting the night sessions to students during classes, dubbing the free tutoring “Pi It Forward.” Sessions are held Monday through Wednesday from 4:30 to 9 p.m. in CAS and Fleming classrooms.
A Grand Canyon University biology professor, Dr. Galyna Kufryk, dedicates her research to the study of how hydrogen-producing microorganisms called cyanobacteria could help develop new renewable energy options.
Dozens of Grand Canyon University justice studies students are working as security guards at Arizona Cardinals home games as they prepare for futures in law enforcement.
GCU Arena was packed for the first-ever fall ceremony for nontraditional students, many of whom came for the weekend from great distances to celebrate their accomplishment.
Marquis Scott says word is out about the caliber of students being produced by GCU, and that should benefit those seeking the real-world experience provided by internships.
Grand Canyon University’s tuition will remain constant in 2014-15, as it has for the past five years, according to Brian Mueller, the University’s president and CEO.
The College of Nursing and Health Care Professions has partnered with International Service Learning, a Texas-based nonprofit organization, to bring up to three teams of students and faculty to Puerto Viejo in northeastern Costa Rica.