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Monthly Archives: January 2012
In December, the law books in our libraries get used in a creative way. As part of the GU-wide library tradition, student assistant Nancy Curtin created the Wausau campus law book tree. If you like to see more pictures of … Continue reading
Broadview Entertainment Arts University (BEAU) students had the opportunity to do an internship at the Sundance Film Festival. BEAU worked with the Utah Film Commission to present our campus to the Creative media and film industry from January 26-28th. Students … Continue reading
By Brian Craig Professional certification can open a lot of windows and opportunities for a variety of professionals, including paralegals. A certification is a used by a non-governmental entity and is voluntary. For example, the title Certified Public Accountant (CPA) … Continue reading
It’s hard to imagine two neighboring universities working together on a project, let alone inviting the other to interact with their staff on their campus, but that’s exactly what Broadview University’s Layton campus and Weber State University have been doing. Students … Continue reading
Volunteering at the Utah Pride Center, criminal justice student Salvador Diaz realized that an understanding and acceptance of all sections of the population will be vital to being successful in his career. “I feel that I am an open-minded individual, … Continue reading
The below summary of health access (universal healthcare) within various developed nations was completed by a student in the HM150 Politics and Policy course after learning that the United States and South Africa were the only two developed nations that do … Continue reading