“Learning how to manage projects and people, and how to ask the right questions” is key to the career success of Denise Hayman-Loa.
Joseph E. Fischgrund, says that “In today’s standards-based educational environment, a master’s degree is essential.”
Dr. Robert Kane, advises students to “take it slowly and really learn your field.”
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports Penn’s Amy Gutmann made $2.5 million in 2012, ranking her fourth behind counterparts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Quinnipiac and Columbia.
The retail industry in the Philadelphia area is doing very well due to cooperating winter conditions and low gas prices.
Edward Kraftman, inspired by Harvey Dolinsky’s successful method for speech fluency, has pioneered an enrichment program to empower tomorrow’s leaders.
Darby Fox, Child and Adolescent Family Therapist, uses her diverse educational experiences to find career success while dividing her time between pro-bono work and her own private practice.
Colleagues were not able to gain consulting experience through internships or part-time work during graduate school found the transition to the working world more difficult.
Parisnicole Payton, President and CEO of The PNP Agency, manages public relations effort for sports and entertainment professionals, public figures, and not-for-profit clients.
According to a University of Minnesota study, kids who attend a full day of preschool are better prepared for kindergarten and beyond.
Having online classes empowers people to consistently improve their skills through education, evaluation, and training.
Anne Jadwin, Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer at Fox Chase Cancer Center, discusses what it takes to be successful in the field of health care.
Jesus Perez, says that education is a necessity in a field that “is highly specialized and is constantly changing.”
Ken Wisnefski, creator of WebiMax, an industry leader in digital marketing, who turned a New Jersey basement one man start-up into a multi million dollar enterprise.
Standardized tests like the PSSAs and now, the Keystone exams, are a major measure of student performance in Pennsylvania. But Philadelphia teachers union president Jerry Jordan told a Council hearing that they haven’t helped.