Our Top 10 Stories from 2013
2013 was a monumental year for Argosy University, and we expect 2014 to bring about more exciting news and accomplishments!
Before moving on though, let’s spend a few minutes celebrating our favorite stories from this year!
1) New Campus Common Mobile Site and Mobile App
Using our updated mobile site or new mobile app, you can quickly and easily
• View grades, campus news, class announcements
• Add upcoming assignments to your phone’s calendar
• Read and respond to discussion questions
• Call or email key contacts with one click.
About the Mobile Site >> | About the Mobile App >>
2) Three New Programs Introduced
Three more programs are now available fully online:
• Associate of Science in Information Technology
• Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
• 30-credit Master of Science in Management program
3) Student Sets Goal of Earning a Doctorate by Eighty
75-year-old Rana Lee Berman shared why she is pursuing her Doctorate of Education in Teaching & Learning, reminding us all that it’s never too late to pursue your goals. Read More >>
4) Instructor Honored as a Top Forensic Psychology Professor
Dr. David Arena was named one of the Top 25 Forensic Psychology Professors by ForensicsColleges.com! Read More>>
5) The MBA of the Future
Discover a groundbreaking new program that gives you more control over how quickly you earn your MBA and can provide you with both time and cost savings. Find out more here!
6) Argosy University Named among Top Military Friendly Schools
GI Jobs Magazine selected Argosy University for inclusion in its list of Military Friendly Schools® for 2014. The list honors the top 20% of colleges, universities and trade schools doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. Read More>>
7) Argosy University Hosts Psychology Research Conferences
Our College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences hosted two Virtual Psychology Research Conferences in 2013. These conferences featured keynote speeches, poster sessions, and presentations by faculty members, alumni, and current students.
Topics discussed included:
• Adult children of alcoholic parents who enter the counseling field
• How job loss affects the depression and suicide rate among high wage earners
• Job satisfaction and struggles of women working in the Appalachian region
• The relationship between college counseling and retention for high risk students
• Animal-assisted therapy for people with severe and persistent mental illness
• Q-sorting to capture first impressions of psychopaths, CEOs, and generals
8) Faculty Member Participates in AIDS LifeCycle
Faculty member Adam Yerke biked from San Francisco to Los Angeles (545 miles!) to raise awareness and over $3,000 for the fight against HIV/AIDS. Read More>>
9) Events Calendar Posted in Campus Common
Find our online events and webinars all in one place, including career workshops, library information sessions, Psychology Club meetings, and more!
10) All Faculty Members Now on Skype
Now, not only can you call or email faculty members, you can also video chat with them!