Welcome to Career Catalyst, our blog featuring helpful continuing education and career-related articles written by our faculty and staff. From study and motivation tips to career planning and interview techniques, we cover it all. Make sure to check back regularly, because we’re always posting new articles designed to help you get more out of your education and career.
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Relevant. Inspiring. Informed. Direct from the experts — our industry-experienced faculty and staff —these posts give you the insight you need to become knowledgeable in your career, a better online learner, and a leader in your field.
Commencement has come and gone, and we’re still reeling from whirlwind of excitement, achievement, and celebration.
This past weekend, the Johnson & Wales University community celebrated commencement ceremonies across four campuses in Providence, Rhode Island; North Miami, Florida; Denver, Colorado; and Charlotte, North Carolina. In total 3,034 degrees were awarded universitywide—including 153 undergraduate degrees and 176 graduate degrees earned through the College of Online Education
For most, social media serves as a personal outlet. For some, it is the cornerstone of business. For everyone, it is a constant presence of rapid-fire updates and information. When scrolling through your feeds, can you tell what is real and what is fake?
In the world of higher education, there are plenty of options for those looking to pursue a master’s degree. At Johnson & Wales University Online, we offer an array of MBA, MS, and MPA degrees – but what’s the difference?
Luckily, we broke it down so you can decide exactly which degree is perfect for you and your career goals. For more information on how these degrees differ and what you can study at JWU Online, check out the infographic below.
During a visit to the Johnson & Wales University Providence campus last month, Philip Beekman, the Diplomat in Residence for New England, spoke to a group of students about a career in diplomacy through U.S. Department of State.
On Wednesday, March 13, 2019, Facebook saw what some are saying was the worst outage the social media network has ever experienced. While Facebook did not immediately confirm what caused the outage, the social network did tweet a short message to its 13.5 million followers stating that experts were looking into the issue.
“We’re focused on working to resolving the issues as soon as possible,” Facebook wrote, “But can confirm that the issue is not related to a DDoS attack.”
The Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education is pleased to announce our Winter Term dean's list for 2018. Undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.40 or higher achieve dean's list status. Congratulations!