Happy National Nurses Week! We're happy to join the rest of the nation in celebrating our country's hard-working health professionals. Our College of Health Professions produces highly qualified, outstanding nurses, and we're proud of the work our BSN and MSN students and graduates do for their patients. The competency-based degree

A snoring cat. A cramping hand. An unexpected visit from the landlord. What all these things have in common is that they’ve all caught the attention of the alert online proctors monitoring WGU students taking tests remotely. When the L.A. Times ran a story yesterday about how online universities like

Because health care is such an important and occasionally unpredictable field, it can be difficult for people with a career in nursing to balance work and life. While it's certainly important to be devoted to your career - after all, you went into nursing for a reason - finding balance

Anyone well into their career in teaching will tell you that if you are truly dedicated to giving students the best education possible, maintaining a proper work-life balance can be challenging. With so many papers to grade, homework to correct and students that need one-on-one attention after school, your work-life

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