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The Importance of Kindness in Nursing

Kindness plays an underappreciated role in healthcare. Nurses who are able to show compassion can better connect with and provide for patients. There’s just one problem: Kindness can be in short supply in the medical field, where stress and burnout are very real problems for nurses and other healthcare providers. As a registered nurse (RN),…

Industrial Technology
What Is Industrial Technology?

Industrial technology is easy enough to define: a field of study devoted to improving the productivity, profitability, and safety of industrial processes through the application of engineering and manufacturing technology. Types of industrial technology include chemical, mechanical, and electrical processes that aid in production.   The role of an industrial technologist, however, is far more difficult…

Education
What Is the Difference Between ESL and Bilingual Education?

English and Spanish are two of the most spoken languages in the world, with 1.268 billion and 538 million speakers, respectively. Professionals fluent in both languages increase their chances of finding career success—one of the reasons why Spanish is the first language spoken by the majority of ESL learners. Programs designed to help ESL learners…

Sociology
What Is the Study of Social Stratification?

Called “the most binding and central concern of sociology,” social stratification is a topic of intense study among sociologists. But what does this lofty term mean? At the simplest level, stratification refers to the formation of layers, or strata. From a sociological perspective, this term can also be used to refer to the divisions separating…

Education
Why Pursue a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership?

Educational leadership is as important as it sounds. But what exactly does it mean? A cursory web search will yield many different meanings. All of these definitions have one common thread binding them together, however: helping educators perform their best so students can excel. The impact of educational leadership is profound and extensive. As a…

Nursing
The Importance of Transcultural and Multicultural Nursing

As the United States becomes increasingly multicultural, education must address the topic of multiculturalism so that degree holders will be properly prepared to serve the needs of our diverse society. Nurses interact with a diverse range of people on any given day. With an awareness of multicultural populations, nurses will be able to provide more…

Business
Why You Should Earn a Certificate In Digital Marketing with Your BBA

Earning a university degree can equip you with skills and credentials that will be a tremendous asset in your professional life. As Abigail Johnson Hess reports on CNBC.com, the long-held notion that a college degree “can be a clear path to stronger job opportunities and higher earnings” still holds true. College graduates take home about $30,000 more each year than those whose highest level of education completed is high school.   When choosing a college degree, it’s…

General
What Is an Accelerated Degree Program Like?

Chances are that you’re within driving distance of a college campus right now. However, proximity doesn’t always mean convenience. Local colleges, while providing an adequate education, may be unable to provide for your unique needs. If you’re looking for a degree program that can be completed at your preferred pace, you’ll want to look online….

Psychology
Nature vs. Nurture: The Debate Over Our Personalities

New parents tend to pull out all the stops to raise their children in a nurturing environment, painting nursery walls in subdued hues, praising their child’s first steps and words, and reading a favorite storybook as their child drifts off to sleep. Chances are that there’s a copy of “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”…

Psychology
Lost in the Crowd: The Phenomenon of Group Polarization 

“If everyone jumped off a cliff, would you?” The answer to this question isn’t as straightforward as you might think. When groups gather, invisible processes begin to work to alter attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions. What starts as a civil conversation becomes a lively debate, and soon, jumping off a cliff isn’t only rational; it’s a…

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