Kaite’s story They say that playing a sport builds character, but UB’s Kaite Burawski shows us that sometimes it’s character that builds champions. Her remarkable journey began long before she faced the unimaginable — a battle with ovarian cancer — … Continue reading Softball and Teeth — Surviving Cancer and Getting Back in the Game
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment in business and financial occupations is projected to grow faster than the average for all professions by 2032, resulting in an average of about 911,400 openings yearly. So, it … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Business Administration Program
The number of international students looking to study in the United States continues to grow as more and more universities also look to welcome these students onto their campuses. For example, University of Bridgeport welcomed three hundred additional new enrollees … Continue reading What are the Requirements for a Student Visa in the USA?
Ashley Dunne fell in love with music in elementary school. From a young age, it was in the music classroom that she felt safest and most connected to her educational experiences. “I had a lot of wonderful teachers along the … Continue reading University of Bridgeport Alumna Wins Prestigious Milken Educator Award
Business administrators act as the backbone of any company or organization, ensuring everyone and everything functions as efficiently and effectively as possible. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment in business and financial occupations … Continue reading 6 BS in Business Administration Skills That Employers Seek in Graduates
Teachers are charged with the minds and futures of the next generation, a noble profession if there ever was one. Yet, many aspiring teachers worry about where to begin their own student journey. If you’re feeling a pull toward this … Continue reading What to Look for in the Best Schools of Education
Welcome high school juniors, seniors, and parents! College application and admission season is in full swing as high school upper-class students begin to determine their future college, career plans, and goals. From submitting applications, applying for financial aid, and fulfilling … Continue reading Early Action vs. Early Decision: What’s the Difference?
A master’s in Business Administration (MBA) equips candidates with a competitive skill set and knowledge needed to thrive in today’s dynamic and ever-changing business landscape. And in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment … Continue reading Top 5 Industries for MBA Graduates to Launch a Career
With an average of 857,600 job openings per year projected until at least 2032 in the field of educational instruction and library occupations, the field of education is bursting at the seams with opportunities for rewarding and fulfilling careers. Graduates … Continue reading What You’ll Learn in Doctorate of Education Classes
Coach Kranthi “Krunch” Senadhi sits in his office in Hubbell Gymnasium, talking about the sport he loves. The sound of basketballs bouncing on the polished wood of the gym floor echoes down the halls and through the door. “This was … Continue reading Player-Driven Empowerment: Coach Krunch’s Impact on Decision-Making
In the fast-paced world of finance, real-world experience is the key to success. At University of Bridgeport, students in professor Congsheng Wu’s Financial Derivatives and Risk Management class recently demonstrated their prowess by securing 11th place in the CME Group … Continue reading UB Finance Students Place in the Top 5% of the World in a Global Trading Challenge
Engaging in physical activity and sports is a great way to stay in shape and achieve an overall healthy lifestyle—not to mention the social benefits as individuals develop connections and bonds with their teammates and coaches. Yet, many students and … Continue reading How Do Sports Help Students Academically?
If you are passionate about helping others live longer, happier, and healthier lives through their food choices, you have likely thought about a career in nutrition. Clinical nutrition care involves helping people with the prevention, diagnosis, and management of their … Continue reading Six High-Paying Jobs with a Master’s in Nutrition
Real-world work experience and internship opportunities are among the many benefits of attending accredited degree programs and institutions for traditional and international students. With that in mind, many colleges and institutions become Curricular Practical Training (CPT) institutions in order for … Continue reading What is CPT? What You Should Know About CPT Programs
In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, a silent revolution is taking place — one powered by artificial intelligence. As we stand at the crossroads of technology and medicine, universities are at the forefront of ushering in a new era where … Continue reading Empowering Healthcare Professionals: The AI Revolution
By Fowzia Aziza, Mia Guzman, and Blendi Musliu What is a “Smart City?” How can innovative solutions help cities to become more sustainable, more livable, and more equitable? What can we do as citizens to make our cities healthier, happier, … Continue reading UB Faculty Member Envisions the “Smart Cities” of the Future
Teachers of all kinds are crucial in impacting their students’ educational, emotional, and overall well-being, both inside and outside the classroom. Yet, many educators long to make a difference and enact change in their schools and school districts through their … Continue reading From Educator to Administrator: Navigating the 092 Certification Pathway
Are you a current or aspiring teacher planning or seeking to broaden your skill sets, pursue more opportunities, and increase your salary overall? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then a Master’s in Elementary Education program may … Continue reading What You’ll Learn in an Elementary Education Master’s Program