Discovery Service: Your One-Stop Search
Sep12

Discovery Service: Your One-Stop Search

NEW! A Single Search For All Library Resources Doing research? EBSCO Discovery Service searches all databases and e-books in one search. You can find the new Discovery Service search bar at the top of the library resources page. You also have the option to search the Luise V. Hanson print collection, as well. Click here to find out more about our new discovery service....

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The One Thing That Successful Healthcare Leaders Have in Common
Aug29

The One Thing That Successful Healthcare Leaders Have in Common

Ask healthcare leaders about the traits that are most important to success in their field and you probably expect to hear things like communication skills, adaptability, transparency and expertise; however, there is one trait that nearly every successful healthcare leader has in common, and it’s probably not one that you would expect: Courage. Now, when most of us think of courage, we think of bravery and the willingness to take...

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Dean’s List 6B18
Aug08

Dean’s List 6B18

The dean’s list at Waldorf University acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence. In order to be named to the dean’s list at Waldorf, undergraduate students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term. Congratulations and keep up the good work, Warriors! Last Name First Name State Acosta Christian MS Adkins Tiffany AZ Aguilar...

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Dean’s List 5A18
Jul05

Dean’s List 5A18

The dean’s list at Waldorf University acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence. In order to be named to the dean’s list at Waldorf, undergraduate students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term. Congratulations and keep up the good work, Warriors! Last Name First Name State Aldan Myron TX Aleman Arlene NM Alfred Benjamin WY...

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When a Manager Is a Poor Communicator, Everyone Suffers
Jul02

When a Manager Is a Poor Communicator, Everyone Suffers

On any list of the top “soft skills” for managers, communication is often in the top position. The ability to communicate clearly is sought after by nearly every employer and the benefits of good communication are often discussed; so, what happens when a manager or leader is not a good communicator? Unfortunately, poor communication is a common problem in many organizations. Despite understanding that clear and concise communication,...

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The Story of Why You Teach
Jun18

The Story of Why You Teach

Why do you teach? As educators, we love hearing the stories behind the teacher. Whether you teach kindergarten or college philosophy, have just begun your teaching career or are a seasoned veteran, we want to know what fuels your passion for teaching. We love hearing what inspires you, has built your journey and what keeps you coming back to the classroom every day. This is why Waldorf University wants to give an educator $1000 for...

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