With no previous IT experience, Julia Miller picked up everything she learned as she worked, and over time, she transitioned into an IT role. When she felt her career had lost momentum, she made the decision to go back to school and earn her degree.
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Students and Staff from Green Bay Campus Participate in Mock Airplane Crash Exercise to Prepare for Real-World Disasters
Rasmussen College - Green Bay campus School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences students, faculty and staff participated in the local mock airplane crash exercise to learn how to prepare for disasters.
The Rasmussen College Green Bay campus celebrates their new advanced nursing simulation lab and the doors it will open for students and faculty members.
The Green Bay campus hosted a free panel discussion Sept. 10 concerning autism awareness and the relationships that currently exist between families and persons with autism and the local law enforcement community. Law enforcement and nursing students, along with community members and police officers, learned about autism, a neurobiological disorder, and how law enforcement officers can better handle situations when communicating with individuals with this disorder.
National Night Out is a great opportunity for communities to come together to build bonds and reduce crime.
Finding a job in a sluggish economy can be brutal, and often, employers have lofty expectations of their pools of applicants. Students looking to secure a job need to find unique ways to stand out from the crowd in order to compete. Green Bay, Wis., graduate Peggy Sonneson found the right mix of education and extracurricular work to land her dream job in her field.
Green Bay, Wis., professional nursing student Dana Hainer is more than ready to start her nursing career. She enrolled in nursing school years ago but received a last-minute phone call that would dramatically change the course of her life. The adoption agency she'd been working with for months was calling to tell her that her application was approved and that she could adopt her first child. "I chose to pursue the adoption and put my career on hold," Hainer says. "Little did I know it'd be a long stretch before I could get back to it."
We recently sat down with Bill Hartman, the Dean of the School of Nursing at the Green Bay, WI college campus. Bill brings more than 30 years of nursing and clinical care experience, and has some great insight into breaking into the challenging and emotionally rewarding career in nursing.
Cloud computing is emerging as a promising IT service delivery vehicle. Storing data and services outside of a corporate infrastructure is a change that is creating much conversation in the world of IT professionals. Join us August 11 for an in-depth look at cloud computing.
If you are new to Web 2.0 applications, or simply looking for a refreshing way to add a new dimension to your courses, here is a collection of 25 of the best tools out there.