To continue the celebrations of Black History Month, we now put the spotlight on Dr. Shamva Wright-Shingler, the Chairperson of The School of Health Professions at CW. She is loved by the students and respected by her colleagues. For Dr. Wright-Shingler, BHM is more than a month of remembrance, it’s the month that honors the rich history, experiences, struggles, and achievements of African Americans.
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Left to right: Jada Henderson and Jessica Perilla
Career Readiness During a Pandemic
Alumni helping students gain internship experience
Congratulations to CW’s CIO, Kelly Walsh for being a recipient of the Info-Tech Research Group 2020 CIO Awards. Established in 2016, Infotech’s CIO awards recognize leaders who have demonstrated exceptional value to their organization and achieved high results through stakeholder satisfaction in Infotech’s Business Vision diagnostic program.
The college application process can be emotionally, physically, and even mentally overwhelming for both parents and students. Finding the right school, figuring out the cost of higher education, and paying the admission process are at the top of the list for most parents. What if there was an option out there that includes solutions for all those concerns, and also gives the student the opportunity to take college credits for free?
Eight months (and counting) into the pandemic, if you’re finding yourself feeling less productive and focused or notice shifts in your appetite, energy, and mood, you might be mentally exhausted. Even people who felt very engaged and energetic prior to the COVID-19 lockdown have been struggling with the change.