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@jenntorressxo That's great to hear, Jenn! What degree program are you going to be working on?

Our students are busy juggling life, work, family and then school on top of it all. Estimating how long any given task will take can help manage the hours every day. Something as easy as wearing a watch can help. What works well for you to keep track of your time?

RT @Best_Schools: @ctuniversity #CTU ranked among The 20 Best Online Master in Supply Chain Management Degrees http://t.co/x0RGFm8Tk1 http:…

It’s Constitution Day and our Dean of Homeland Security, Nadav Morag, has written a great piece on what the right to privacy means to security. “In a democracy, people should feel that they and their property cannot just be searched at whim by the government and they have a right to keep things private if they so choose..” Follow the link to read the rest.

Help your #career by marketing your skills and experience correctly. Be sure you are giving employers what they want. http://t.co/2ZwOpOgm9o

On June 25, the case Riley v. California took a stand in favor of privacy. It determined that a police officer must issue a warrant before searching the digital information on a smart phone. Our Dean of Criminal Justice, Richard Holloway, J.D., shares the importance of this decision in one of this year’s Constitution Day blog posts. Read the full story here:

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