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Executive summaries for the Challenge are due on Jan. 31, and 10 finalists will be announced four weeks later. Those 10 will submit full business plans, and then five will be selected to make live presentations in late March.
Students and faculty at the Delta Mu Delta Honors Symposium presented their studies on the topic of ethics at the Williams Building lecture hall.
Paige Day, assistant fire chief in Missouri City, Texas, a Houston suburb, plans to use her doctorate in education from GCU to write and lecture about the importance of mentors for women interested in the male-dominated fire service, She was in Phoenix this week for her doctoral residency, the final one of the year.
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.
With health issues facing the baby-boom generation and the Affordable Care Act changing the way services are delivered, the University’s program is designed to address a new age of health care.
Maj. Jackie Schiller II, pursuing an Ed.D with an emphasis in organizational leadership, has served several tours in the Middle East and was involved in the 2010 rescue of a German merchant vessel off the coast of Yemen.
The University’s personal touch and high degree of efficiency receive praise from those attending this week’s residency at the Pointe Hilton at Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix.
Highlights from Saturday’s final day of commencement at GCU involving online students in the colleges of Education, Doctoral Studies, and Nursing and Health Care Professions.
The Communications team at GCU has been blogging from commencement ceremonies at the Arena, with stories and photos of the Class of 2013. This is their final installment.
Campus photographer Darryl Webb had the busiest camera in Phoenix (again) on Friday, and here are some of his best shots from commencement ceremonies at the Arena.