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LoganDaily.com
April 1, 2014


Argosy University Faculty Gives Expert Advice on Autism in Children
Autism is more than just a complex brain development disability – it also affects human interactions. Dr. Lianne Koki, a licensed clinical psychologist and associate professor at the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, explains how environment can improve or hinder the behavior of an autistic individual. Since autism is most commonly characterized by difficulty engaging in social behaviors, Koki suggests that creating positive environments around an autistic child can help them associate social behaviors with good feelings.

93KHJ
January 24, 2014


Argosy donates computers to Matatula
Argosy University, Hawaii continues to support school improvement programs through community initiatives, one being the Adopt a School Initiative. Argosy University, Hawaii adopted Matatula Elementary school a year ago and has since donated tables, desks and computers to the students.

Minnpost
December 13, 2013


Shanta Link offers Somali youth in Minneapolis a helping hand on to college
2011 graduate of Argosy University, Twin Cities, Faiza Hassan, who earned an Associate of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology, is taking action to encourage Somali youth living in Minneapolis to continue their education through mentorship and scholarship.

Concord-Monitor
December 18, 2013


Merrimack Valley names finalists for superintendent job
Elaine Arbour, 2010 graduate of Argosy University, Sarasota with a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, was announced as a finalist for the superintendent position at Merrimack Valley school district.

Norwich Bulletin

Norwich Bulletin
October 28, 2013


Canterbury superintendent puts emphasis on students
Lois Knapton, a 2004 graduate of Argosy University, Sarasota with a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, speaks about the importance of strong relationships between schools and the communities in which they are located. they in which they reside.
*Courtesy of Norwich Bulletin

Star Tribune – St. Paul

Star Tribune – St. Paul
October 5, 2013


My Minnesota: Son of St. Paul icon gets doctorate degree with a nod to dad
Mitchell McDonald recently graduated in 2013 with a Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University, Twin Cities. He remembers his late father’s “meddling” and salutes his persistent efforts to give his son a better life.
*Courtesy, Star Tribune – St. Paul

The Forensic Examiner
September 1, 2013


The man who enters the mind of serial killers
What leads a human in the path of tremendous rage and anger? Anthony Meoli, 2011 graduate of Argosy University, Atlanta with a Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology, searches for the answer by studying criminals through interviews and the nation’s largest collection of handprints.

York Daily Record
July 26, 2013


New Hope students get first-hand taste of 3-D printing from local business [York Daily Record, Pa.]
Design students from The Art Institute of York – Pennsylvania experience the emerging technology of 3-D printing at 3Delivered, a 3-D printing company within the York College’s J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship. The computer-based design program allows students to create anything from simple keychains to protective covers for advanced medical devices.

Patch

Patch
July 25, 2013


UNG Announces Director for New Initiative
LSheila Caldwell, a 2005 graduate of Argosy University, Atlanta with a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, was announced as the director of Complete College Georgia. This new initiative at the University of North Georgia works to increase the level of college completion within the state to help meet the needs of the workforce.
*Courtesy, Patch

The Post and Courier
July 25, 2013


Chew on This: Local restaurant news
Larry White, a 2011 graduate of The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, with a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management, is the chef and driver of his Latin American bistro food truck, Lechon. Being a native to the South, White developed a passion for Latin American food and combined it with his fascination of street food inspired by his travels in Mexico.

Sacramento Business Journal
July 18, 2013


Argosy University Announces Approval of Center for Learning Innovation and New Competency-Based Master of Business Administration Program
Argosy University was granted approval from the Senior College and University Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges to offer a competency-based Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The launch of the competency-based MBA program will be the first initiative of the Argosy University Center for Learning Innovation – a center dedicated to introducing personalized and inventive practices to meet the changing needs of students and employers in higher education.

Argosy University is accredited by the Senior College and University Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, California, 94501, http://www.wascsenior.org).

Star One Public Relations
July 17, 2013


Chiniqua Pettaway is Crowned Ms. America 2013
Chiniqua Pettaway was crowned Ms. America 2013 at the national competition in June. She is currently studying towards a Master of Arts in Industrial Organizational Psychology at Argosy University, Online Programs as well as operating six income tax preparation offices in Houston, TX. As Ms. America 2013 Pettaway will represent her platform, Guard a Heart, and serve as an inspiration to help women achieve their dreams.

Psych Central
July 9, 2013


Functional Depression is Dysfunctionally Depressing
Dr. Michele L. Brennan, Psy.D. is a 2007 graduate of Argosy University, Washington DC with a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology awarded in 2012. She reflects on the topic of functional depression, a lesser studied and seldom recognized type of depression, and gives advice on identifying, confronting and treating the disease.

Miami Herald

Miami Herald
July 8, 2013


South Florida’s app economy emerging on many fronts
Fine Arts in Visual Arts program. Elgena, like many other young software designers today, took the entrepreneurial route and designed a mobile phone app independently. His claim to fame is developing the Weather Dial app for iPhone, which had over 20,000 downloads in the first two weeks of release.
*Courtesy, Miami Herald

Tampa Tribune
July 8, 2013


Pinellas campaign aimed at perceptions of the homeless
Four students from The Art Institute of Tampa, a branch of Miami International University of Art & Design, are working with Florida State Representative Kathleen Peters on a campaign to discourage citizens from directly giving money to the homeless. Instead, Representative Peters is encouraging the students to develop a message that will urge people to donate money, food, and supplies to homeless shelters in an attempt to help the homeless use the resources that are funded by tax dollars.

City Sun Times
July 1, 2013


Nominations Open for 2014 Teacher of the Year
The Arizona Educational Foundation (AEF) is the administrators of the Teacher of the Year program which looks to reward teachers in the areas of pre-kindergarten through 12th grade for their excellence and dedication to education. The AEF 2014 Teacher of the Year will receive a full scholarship toward an advanced degree at Argosy University, Phoenix and many more opportunities including meeting the President of the United States and a generous prize package.

Newton Citizen

Newton Citizen
June 27, 2013


School board approves new system administrators
Dr. Craig Lockhart, a 2006 graduate of Argosy University, Sarasota with a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, assumes his new position as Newton County School System’s deputy superintendent of schools in Newton County, GA.

Pacific Business News

Pacific Business News
June 24, 2013


Faith Geronimo named CEO of Hawaii Information Service
Faith Geronimo is a 2011 graduate of Argosy University, Hawaii where she earned her Master of Arts degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. After serving the Honolulu-based real estate technology company, Hawaii Information Service, for ten years, Geronimo has been appointed to CEO.

Columbus Business First
June 14, 2013


Top Corporate Counsel
Thomas Seiler is a 2009 graduate of Argosy University, Sarasota where he earned a Doctor of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. He was selected by Columbus Business First to judge nominations for the Top Corporate Counsel program. This program recognizes outstanding in-house corporate attorneys in Central Ohio.

Arizona Republic

Arizona Republic
June 8, 2013


Promotions and Hires
Louise Baca, Ph.D., is a professor at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Phoenix. She was recently named the chair of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology midwinter conference.
*Courtesy, Arizona Republic Newspaper

Scottsdale Independent

Scottsdale Independent
June 5, 2013


Cherokee Elementary named A-plus School of Excellence
Faculty members of Cherokee Elementary School are given the opportunity to further their education at Argosy University, Phoenix through partial scholarships. These scholarships are awarded through the Arizona Educational Foundation A+ Schools of Excellence program.
*Courtesy, Scottsdale Independent

Arizona Republic

Arizona Republic
May 29, 2013


A+ schools of excellence
Faculty members at the two winning A+ Schools of Excellence in the Northeast Valley of Arizona are given the opportunity to further their education at Argosy University, Phoenix through partial scholarships.
* Courtesy, Arizona Republic Newspaper

Cape May County Herald
May 25, 2013


Atlantic Cape Honors Dr. Valerie Travis-Reese
Dr. Valerie Travis-Reese, who earned her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership in 2011 from Argosy University, Online Programs, was the recipient of the President’s Distinguished Alumni Award at the 46th annual Atlantic Cape commencement ceremony.

PsychCentral
May 25, 2013


Counselor Self-Care Practices
Hollie Hancock is a student at Argosy University, Salt Lake City working towards a Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology. She is breaking the mold of mainstream psychological studies by researching how counselors and psychologists use their prescribed self-care practices not only for their patients, but for themselves.

Tickertech.com
May 9, 2013


Argosy University, Atlanta Granted Specialized CACREP Accreditation for Counselor Education & Supervision Program
The Doctor of Education in Counselor Education and Supervision Program at Argosy University, Atlanta was granted accreditation by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). CACREP grants accredited status to graduate-level programs that meet its standards of quality in the professional counseling field.

The Argosy University, Atlanta Doctor of Education in Counselor Education and Supervision degree program is accredited by The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs can be contacted at 1001 North Fairfax Street, Suite 510, Alexandria, VA 22314, (703) 535-5990 www.cacrep.org.

The Arizona Republic
May 1, 2013


6 schools get A+ designation
Faculty members at the six winning A+ Schools of Excellence in the Northeast Valley of Arizona are given the opportunity to further their education at Argosy University, Phoenix through partial scholarships.

ADVANCE for Nurses
April 12, 2013


Chamberlain College of Nursing Appoints Campus President
Argosy University, Orange County graduate, Pamela Fuller, EdD, MSN, BSN, earned her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership in 2007. She was recently appointed as president of Chamberlain College of Nursing-Phoenix campus.

San Clemente Times
March 27, 2013


San Clemente Woman Becomes ‘Lady Leatherneck
Jenna Lombardo is a student at Argosy University, Orange County in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program. She served as an active Marine until October 2012 and now serves her former comrades and their families as “Lady Leatherneck” on Leatherneck.com – a social media site that offers advice to former, currently serving, and enlisting Marines.

New Pittsburgh Courier
March 26, 2013


Black Leadership Development Initiative-Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
Ryan Scott, who earned his Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University, Atlanta in 2010, is the program manager for the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s Black Male Leadership Development Institute. The BMLDI provides more than 150 young men with leadership and educational guidence.

Florida Today
March 20, 2013


Practice Takes a Team Approach to Well-Being
Teresa Harris, a 2006 graduate of Argosy University, Tampa with a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, is interviewed regarding her new accredited facility, Pamper Your Mind.

The Maui News
March 18, 2013


Nine Win Titles
Argosy University, Hawaii sponsored scholarships for the Miss Maui, Miss Maui’s Outstanding Teen and Mister Maui Hawaii competitions.

Fosters.com
February 19, 2013


Gadomski Selected as new SAU #44 Superintendent
Dr. Robert Gadomski, who earned his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Argosy University, Sarasota in 2006, was announced the new Superintendent of Schools for the school districts of Northwood, Nottingham and Strafford, New Hampshire.

ABC 4
February 11, 2013


Free Marriage Check-Up
Dr. Anthony Alonzo, a Professor of Practice at Argosy University, Salt Lake City, discusses a free marriage counseling session the university offered throughout the month of February.

Throughout the month of February, Argosy University, Salt Lake City offered no-cost professional evaluations to couples at their new counseling clinic.

La Crosse Tribune
February 3, 2013


Mayo Clinic Health System Welcomes Neuropsychologist
Argosy University, Schaumberg graduate, Reid Kehoe joins the Mayo Clinic Health System as a neuropyschologist. Kehoe earned a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology in 2010.

The Orange County Register
January 20, 2013


“Mickadeit: Judge Prayed for Humility”
Francisco Firmat, a 1976 graduate of Western State University College of Law at Argosy University, received the Franklin G. West Award from the Orange County Bar Association for lifetime achievement as a judge.

Abilene Reporter-News
January 6, 2013


“Link Between Mass Murders, Mental Illness”
Frank Beckendorf, an adjunct instructor at Argosy University, Online Programs, discusses the history behind the Second Amendment and its possible implications today.

Reprinted with permission of Abilene Reporter-News.

The Chicago Tribune
January 2, 2013


“The graying of HIV: Hurdles, Hope for Older Adults”
Curtis Bewley, a current student at Argosy University, Chicago pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology, discusses his life living with HIV at 50.

Military News
December 12, 2012


“Couple Share Life, Enlistment Oath Together”
Ashlee Todd, a current Bachelor of Arts in Psychology student at Argosy University, Seattle, and her husband, Eric, decided to enlist together in the Air Force Reserve.

The Sun Sentinel
December 9, 2012


“Continuing Education Can Give Employees an Edge in the Workplace”
Professors from various Argosy University’s campuses give advice on how putting effort into post-secondary education helps in today’s job market.

American Psychological Association
November 12, 2012


“A Woman of Style”
Jennifer Baumgartner, a 2007 graduate of Argosy University, Washington, D.C. with a Doctor in Psychology in Clinical Psychology, helps clients discover deep rooted concerns within their lives through observing the way they manage their wardrobe.

Fox 10 – KSAZ
November 9, 2012


“Study: Phoenix One of the Best Places for Military Veterans”
Paul Coupaud, a retired Air Force veteran and student at Argosy University – Phoenix completing his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education Administration, discusses how Phoenix is the ideal location for military veterans.

San Francisco Chronicle
October 12, 2012


“MacArthur Grant Recipient Helps Families”
The article features Ramona Shewl, a current Master of Arts in Counseling Pyschology student concentrating in Marriage and Family Therapy at Argosy University – San Francisco Bay Area, and her participation in the Family Independence Initiative, a non-profit helping low-income families.

Stillwater Gazette
August 24, 2012


“Stillwater-area Tourism Study Underway”
Dr. Karen Gulliver, MBA program chair at Argosy University, Twin Cities, comments on an economic study the school is conducting with The Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce regarding tourism and economic development in the area.

Ophthalmology Times

Ophthalmology Times
August 8, 2012


“Haag-Streit, Reliance Medical Products names Ernest Cavin president, CEO”
The article announces Ernest Cavin, a 2007 graduate from the Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration from Argosy University, Sarasota, as President and CEO of Haag-Streit USA, a company which manufactures optical instruments for ophthalmologists and optometrists.

WTXL 27
July 17, 2012


“Two New Deans Appointed at FAMU”
Ann L. Wead Kimbrough is announced as the new dean of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication at Florida A&M University (FAMU). Kimbrough received her Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business in 2012 from Argosy University, Online Programs.

The South Florida Times
July 27, 2012


“FAMU Appoints New Journalism, AG Science Deans”
Ann L. Wead Kimbrough is announced as the new dean of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication at Florida A&M University (FAMU). Prior to becoming the new dean, Kimbrough receivedher Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business in 2012 from Argosy University, Online Programs.

Home in Henderson

Home in Henderson
July 11, 2012


“VGCC Human Services Graduate Starts Her Own Agency”
As a 2010 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Argosy University, Online Programs, Patrice Brown started her own psychological rehabilitation agency to help serve adults with mental health and substance abuse issues.

PsychAlive
July 2, 2012


“Social Phobia versus Shyness: The Difference between Social Phobia and Shyness”
Dr. Jenny C. Yip, a 2005 Argosy University, Washington DC graduate with a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, addresses the myth behind confusing people who are shy and people who cannot cope with a social environment.

The Orange County Register
June 25, 2012


"O.C. Reacts to Arizona Immigration Law Ruling"
Jennifer Lee Koh, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Immigration Clinic at Western State College of Law at Argosy University comments on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding Arizona’s immigration enforcement law.

Kuam News
June 25, 2012


Naholowaa running for senator
The article showcases Leah Beth Naholowaa, a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership at Argosy University – Hawaii, Guam Campus, as she prepares to run for a Senatorial position in Guam.

The Washington Post
June 6, 2012


LGBT youths in Washington area get their first mentoring program
Sean Robinson, professor at Argosy University, Washington DC becomes a mentor for the new LYFE program, a mentoring organization for at-risk LGBT teens in the region.

American Psychological Association

American Psychological Association
June, 2012


Are LGBT rights human rights? Recent developments at the United Nations
Neal S. Rubin, PhD, ABPP, professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago, co-edits a column discussing the position of LGBT rights in the United Nations.

New York Daily News
May 11, 2012


Getting Your Loved One Into Drug Rehab; An Addiction Interventionist Can Help
The column features Dr. David Moore, a graduate faculty member at Argosy University, Seattle and a licensed psychologist and chemical dependency professional, discussing the benefits of having “an objective perspective from someone outside the family.”

American Psychological Association

American Psychological Association
March, 2012


Steps to the Match: Laying the Groundwork to Land an Internship Starts on Day One of Your Program. Here's How.
Robert Perl, PsyD , chair of Clinical Psychology at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area, along with other popular and successful professionals in the field, give doctorate students advice on how to get the perfect internship.

TBNWeekly.com
February 8, 2012


We're almost there but where's that? Argosy University, Sarasota Faculty Member Uses Dolphin Research to Educate the Public
Argosy University, Sarasota faculty member Dr. Ann Weaver's weekly Dolphin Watch column on TBNWeekly.com highlights the researcher's experiences with dolphin populations in Sarasota County. An animal behaviorist documenting the impact of coastal construction on dolphin populations with a permit from the federal government, Weaver uses the column as a form of community outreach for the project.

HeraldTribune.com
December 9, 2011


Argosy University, Sarasota Names Outstanding Principal at Education Foundation of Sarasota County
Argosy University, Sarasota was proud to sponsor this years' Education Foundation of Sarasota County annual awards gala and to present the award for this year's outstanding principal.

DoverPost.com
September 8, 2011


Argosy University, Sarasota Student Awarded YMCA Adult Achiever Award at Black Achiever Awards
Argosy University, Sarasota Master of Business Administration in Business Administration student Michelle Mack-Williams, was honored at the annual Black Achiever in Business and Industry Awards. Williams, an employee of AstraZeneca, board member of the Dover Federal Credit Union and board member of Connecting Generations, was given a YMCA Adult Achiever Award at the event where Soledad O’Brien served as keynote.

CommercialAppeal.com (Memphis, Tennessee)
September 8, 2011


'A Hope and A Future' Helps Young People Find Voice, Talents Through Music, Service
Using music as common ground, Paul Berkes (2009, MA in Professional Counseling at Argosy University, Nashville) reaches out to at-risk teens through the non-profit he founded A Hope and A Future. Drawing from his own childhood, Paul organizes three-hour sessions after school to give kids tools and activities to help them succeed in three specific areas: Life Skills, Academics, and Expressive Arts. Berkes is also the youth leader at the Eagle Heights Community Church and works part-time at the Daybreak Treatment Facility for teens struggling with problems at school or at home.

Counseling Today Magazine
August 1, 2011


Seeing Potential, Not Disability
Carrie Wilde, former chair of Argosy’s Counselor Education Department and current president of the American Rehabilitation Counselor’s Association, talks about the changing trends in rehabilitation counseling. She explains that a more “holistic” approach is being used, with counselors looking at rehabilitation from both a personal and a vocational perspective. Counseling Today is the monthly magazine of the American Counseling Association Click here to view the PDF.

ABC News.com
June 13, 2011


Binge Eater to Bulimic: How Weight-Loss Surgery Can Trigger Eating Disorders
ABC News consulted with Lisa Lilenfeld of Argosy University, Washington D.C. in this article on the relationship between eating disorders and weight-loss surgeries. Lilenfeld is the president of the Washington D.C. chapter of the Eating Disorders Coalition, which offers resources on identifying eating disorders and possible treatments, as well as acting as a political presence in Congress on behalf of those suffering from eating disorders. Click here to view News clip.

Inside Higher Ed
March 25, 2011


On March 25, 2011, Inside Higher Ed turned to Sean Robinson, an associate professor at Argosy University, Washginton D.C., to learn more about the role and responsibility of full time faculty at proprietary schools. Robinson gave a glimpse into his world to show that “in most respects what I do and how I do it are not so different than most of my peers around the country. I think there are misconceptions, biases, and stereotypes when it comes to those working at for-profit institutions.”

KUTV2: Connect2Utah
February 28, 2011


On February 28, 2011, Teresa Burton was interviewed on KUTV2: Connect2Utah about the high demand for substance abuse counselors. She also provides guidance on becoming a successful counselor.

WCCO-TV (CBS Minnesota)
December 17, 2010


WCCO-Minnesota explores the Veterinary Technician Program at Argosy University, Twin Cities campus. Students can mingle with the animals in a proactive learning environment that provides the humans with hands-on experience and the animals with stress-free living space. Click here to view the video.

Benzinga.com
December 13, 2010


Click here to read about Dr. Lorie J. Morris of Argosy University receiving the 2010 Outstanding Contributions Award for her distinguished work in mental healthcare within a public setting. Dr. Morris’s passion for her work, and dedication to her patients and colleagues, earned her this award from the Maryland Psychological Association.

Monitor on Psychology

American Psychological Association’s Monitor on Psychology
December, 2010


APA, in collaboration with Argosy University, supports a program for free parenting coordinator services for parents involved in custody disputes. Article appears courtesy of the American Psychological Association, published in the December 2010 edition of the Monitor on Psychology.

KUTV 2 (CBS Salt Lake City)
November 18, 2010


Forensic pathologist Dr. Richard Cooter describes his theory on objectification and rage within the pathology of serial killers.

Monitor on Psychology

American Psychological Association’s Monitor on Psychology
October, 2010


Argosy University’s Dr. Ashwini Lal urges for an expansion of emerging psychologists’ education programs to include the impact of social media on student-faculty and provider-client relationships. This article, published in Volume 41, Number 9 of the October 2010 issue of Monitor on Psychology, appears with permission from the American Psychological Association.

Chicago Tribune
September 16, 2010


Associate professor Mark Kiel describes Industrial Organizational psychology in a feature story published in the Chicago Tribune.

MyCollegesandCareers.com
August 18, 2010


Argosy University’s online programs step it up to MyCollegesandCareers.com’s “Top 10 Best Online Colleges.” Ranked 8th on the list, Argosy was nominated for its reputation as an accredited school that “helps graduates advance their careers.”

ASCA School Counselor Magazine
August 1, 2010


Fan the Flame
In her article “Fan the Flame,” training director Dr. Leigh Falls at Argosy University, Dallas’s Counselor Education department provides new school counselors with some tools and hard-earned advice to keep burning bright instead of burning out. Dr. Falls encourages periodic wellness checks and building a strong support network, which will help school counselors cope with the “cognitive dissonance between the idealism of graduate training and real-world actualities. Click here to view PDF

TBO.com (Tampa Bay Online)
July 28, 2010


Argosy University, Tampa breathes new life into the renovated Berriman-Morgan Cigar Factory. The school, known for its small class-sizes and blending of on-campus and online lectures, will call the historic landmark home for the next 10 years.

Monitor on Psychology

American Psychological Association’s Monitor on Psychology
July, 2010


Read about Dr. Stephen J. Lally’s pilot program that brings together judges, psychologists, and lawyers in an effort to minimize the impact that high-conflict divorces have on children. This article, published in Volume 41, Number 7 of the July 2010 issue of Monitor on Psychology, appears with permission from the American Psychological Association.

KMSP-TV FOX 9 Twin Cities
March 24, 2010


Andy Sykes, Director of Career Services at Argosy University, Twin Cities, gives career advice on KMSP-TV Fox 9 Twin Cities.

Columbia (Tenn.) Daily-Herald
February 14, 2010


Argosy University, Nashville graduates, dubbed the "Trio of Triumph," celebrate their degrees in psychology and speak about the example they hope to set for their children and for others pursuing further education.

Tampa Bay Online
December 12, 2009


Argosy University volunteers turn a former clothing store into toy central for the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree project which donates toys to children over the holiday season.

The Chicago Citizen
September 22, 2009


“CBA Highlights Significance of Black Entrepreneurship”
Barbara J. Andrews, a 2010 Doctor of Business Administration in International Business at Argosy University, Chicago, discusses the mentoring relationships of male and female entrepreneurs.

Family Circle
August 1, 2009


In the article "Family Circle Chill Factor" Dr. Nick DeFillipis of Argosy University, Atlanta speaks about physical activity as a way of controling bad moods and tempers.

10Connects.com (Tampa Bay)
June 22, 2009


Read about Argosy University student and Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver, Cortez Hankton and his pursuit of a doctoral degree in psychology. Provided courtesy of 10Connects.com.

USA Today
April 15, 2009


An MBA program chair at Argosy University in Eagan, Minn., weighs in on the economic survivalist trend. This article appears courtesy of USA Today.

Minnesota Monthly
April 2009


Non-traditional students can find successful strategy tips from other non-traditional students pursuing further education.This article appears courtesy of Minnesota Monthly.

New York Daily News
March 31, 2009


A doctor at Argosy University, Washington, D.C. shares information on whom anorexia affects in Dave Moore and Bill Manville's Friday column, "Addictions and Answers". This article appears courtesy of the New York Daily News.

DadsDivorce.com

DadsDivorce.com
February 6, 2009


DadsDivorce.com interviews a professor of psychology at Argosy University, Twin Cities about childrens’ coping mechanisms during divorce.

Monitor on Psychology

American Psychology Association’s Monitor on Psychology
December 2008


Craig D. Swenson, PhD, President of Argosy University, discusses the role of the for-profit sector in the field of psychology. The article, published in the December 2008 edition of the Monitor on Psychology, appears courtesy of the American Psychological Association.

Duluth News Tribune
December 2008


An associate professor of psychology at Argosy University, Schaumburg gives tips for following through on goals for the new year. Story appears in the Duluth News Tribune courtesy of Brandpoint.

Greentree Gazette
November 2008


Read an in-depth personal interview on the educational philosophy of Argosy University President, Dr. Craig Swenson. Reprinted with permission. Greentree Gazette. Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.
www.greentreegazette.com

The Link
Fall 2008


A feature story on military personnel making the transition from military service to the classroom. Reprinted with permission. The Link. Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.

Good Things Utah
September 25, 2008


Dr. Deborah Wheeler of Argosy University, Salt Lake City discusses disciplining techniques for children at various ages that don’t require adults to raise their voices. Used with permission. ABC 4: Good Things Utah. Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.

Good Things Utah
August 18, 2008


Argosy University, Salt Lake City campus president Dr. Darren Adamson makes a guest appearance on Good Things Utah. He shares safety tips with parents on how to prepare children for their first day of school. Used with permission. ABC 4: Good Things Utah. Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.

Chicago Sun-Times
August 14, 2008


A feature story on how parents can encourage kids to fully enjoy their sports participation experience.

Chicago Sun-Times
July 24, 2008


An article on how to keep children engaged and learning during the long summer months away from school.

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