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  • How to Beat Writer’s Block

    Writer’s block can get the best of even the most creative student. From changing your environment to listening to music, there are many inspiring ways to beat a writer’s worst foe and produce quality work.

  • Derreck Kayongo to Challenge Students to Value Error and Adversity at CTU’s 2018 Commencement Ceremony

    Derreck Kayongo has been chosen to give the address at CTU’s 2018 commencement ceremony, which will be held in the Bellco Theatre at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. While known for his emotionally-packed presentations and humanitarian messages, Dr. Kayogo was also invited to address CTU students and their supporters for his unwavering commitment to education over results.

  • Nurses Week: Influencing the Nursing Profession

    To be influential, nurses must view themselves as professionals with the capacity and responsibility to influence not only new staff and nursing students but also the current and future healthcare delivery systems. If there is one nurse who upholds the quality of care, it’s Dr. Ruth Tarantine, Dean of Nursing at CTU.

  • Nurses Week: Innovative Care Through “The Right Stuff”

    For Nurses Week, our second blog of the series focuses on the “Innovate” portion of the 2018 event theme. Leadership theories help guide problem-solving and contribute to evidence-based health care practices. The application of methods associated with leading creates a foundation for nurses to begin addressing critical questions in innovative ways.

  • Nurses Week: Inspire to Become a Leader

    In celebration of Nurses Week 2018, we will be taking the opportunity to celebrate these nursing professionals through a special blog series. This first blog focuses on the “Inspire” portion of this year’s theme, motivating nurses to expand on their personal and professional traits to become leaders in their field.

  • 2018 AFI Air Force Spouse of the Year: Kristen Christy

    MBA alumna Kristen Christy was recently named as the 2018 Armed Forces Insurance (AFI) Air Force Spouse of the Year. As the Air Force branch winner, a lead-in nomination for the overall AFI Military Spouse of the Year honor, Kristen first came across CTU because of the school’s involvement in the military.

  • 4 Reasons College Students Should Make Time for Exercise

    Studies show that regular exercise provides students with important cognitive benefits that could have positive effects on their scholarly efforts. So, it's important to make time for your classes, job, family and social activities; however, exercise should also play a big role in weekly plans. Read a few tips on why you should make time for working out.

  • Brain Foods: Can What You Eat Improve Your Learning?

    Healthy eating and good night's sleep can assist you with mental clarity, mood, memory, and ability to focus. Berries, avocados, salmon, eggs, nuts, chocolate and more... We've compiled a list of 10 brain foods that can boost your studies and help you put your best foot forward each day as you log in or attend class.

  • What Questions Should I Ask During an Interview?

    Interviews are an opportunity for a hiring manager to learn more about your skillset. However, it is also a chance for you to find out whether or not a job or company is the right fit for you. We’ve compiled a list of questions that might help you during your next interview.