Archive for November, 2010
The Online Education community continues to grow and we love many of the sites that constantly dish out efforts to keep education alive and kicking. Below are some of the websites we'd love to see recognized for this year's EduBlog Awards.
Best Group Blog: The Chef2Chef Community blog gives great food advice while also reaching… | Read More
Returning to school or pursuing higher education after having children can be both challenging and rewarding for many women. Balancing motherhood and college can often feel like a juggling act: in essence, it's like having two full-time jobs -- or three, if you have other work as well. Success is definitely possible, but it requires… | Read More
Michelle Seyfarth earned her online PhD in industrial/organizational psychology and now runs her own coaching and leadership business, Seyfarth Diversified Strategies. This is part two of a two-part interview.
Q. Tell us about your favorite class.
A. My favorite class is actually the only class I received a grade lower than an A. I received… | Read More
Michelle Seyfarth always wanted to earn a PhD and online education gave her that opportunity. For more than fifteen years, Michelle worked in the automotive and staffing services industries. In June 2009, she defended her dissertation and in August of the same year she graduated with her PhD in industrial and organizational psychology. With this… | Read More
Denylle McDowell has worked for as a teacher for more than a decade, and she's made exceptional use of her time. During her tenure as a middle school language arts teacher and department chairwoman at Yvonne Shaw Middle School in Reno, Nevada, she also taught Technology in the Classroom institutes as part of the Northern… | Read More
Women get paid less than their male counterparts; this is a widely-accepted belief, and it is, on the whole, true. But the reasons for the gender gap in wages aren't as clear cut as some would have you believe. There are many reasons women earn less than men, and yes, some of them have to… | Read More
Think business doesn't mix with family? A handful of the world's most powerful mom CEOs might beg to differ. Author Douglas Branson reported to The Wall Street Journal that in 2010, all but two female CEOs at the helm of a Fortune 500 company had children. Take a look at these businesswomen moms and… | Read More
Think for a moment about successful products on the market: the iPod, Google, the Wii, and countless others. Now consider that behind each of these products is at least one highly-skilled marketing professional who had the vision and creativity to bring that product to millions of households.
If you're excited by the possibility of being… | Read More