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May 19 2016
May 2016 LaunchPad News

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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The LaunchPad team received 160 essay submissions and 96 marketing submissions for the 2016 "Make It Better' Competition. That is double the amount received last year!

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May 18 2016
Meditation for the Soul

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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There are a lot of perks to working here at Walsh… annual picnic, yearly training session, occasional free swag, and so much more. Recently, the College offered staff an opportunity to take three 45-minute meditation classes . Being that I tend to over commit myself and take on too much, figured this would be a good idea to sign up! Just within the first session I found it beneficial and already felt relaxed once I left the classroom.

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Apr 25 2016
Learning is Lifelong

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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Learning does not stop once you graduate and are out of the classroom. It is a lifelong journey. Even though it has been 12 years since I’ve graduated with my master degree from Walsh, it is important for me to continue expanding my knowledge.

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Apr 8 2016
CW50 Interview

By: Maggie Walsh Category Business Advice

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Dr. Richard Chasdi and David Schaefer both represented Walsh College at CW50 on April 7 as they spoke about counter-terrorism.

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Mar 22 2016
Book Worm

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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While growing up, reading was a struggle for me. My primary struggle involved reading a textbook chapter. Depending on the subject, it was very challenging to stay interested, comprehend the material, keep focused, and then occasionally not remembering what I read by the time I reached the end of the chapter. Anyone else had this struggle?

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