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Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015
Two Nights of Focused Study Planned for November....
Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015
In the digital markets of 2015, those who subscribe to a standard high-speed Internet connection no longer have the advantage. Fast is the new normal when it comes to surfing the web. That’s why tech giant Google launched its own brand of Internet service: Google Fiber. Utilizing cutting-edge fiber optic cables, Google is now able to deliver connection speeds of up to 1G—the fastest in the world....
Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015
MNU Alumni Award Winners Announced Alumni Relations announced its annual slate of alumni award winners this week. The group includes five alumni from all walks of life who are being recognized for their efforts to improve life for others. ...
Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015
  Scholarship Challenge Weekend Scheduled for January 2015...
Monday, Oct 12, 2015
Technology expert Doug Hohulin advocates incorporating wearable technology and cutting edge genetic testing equipment in order to improve global health. ...
Thursday, Oct 8, 2015
Secure National Student Clearinghouse Server Makes Technology Possible By Russell Thayer The convenience of ordering a transcript online and having it delivered digitally is now a reality for MNU students and alumni. According to MNU registrar James Garrison (‘90), the work of his office to make electronic transcript ordering and delivery a reality has paid off for the Pioneers in ways that will save the community valuable time....
Thursday, Oct 1, 2015
As a young girl, Victoria Haynes, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, was different from other children; she loved going to the doctor’s office. “I was fascinated by all of the equipment there and I admired the skills and expertise of the doctors and nurses who cared for me,” she said. Hayne’s childhood fascination and appreciation for the medical field followed her into her adult life. Before coming to MNU, Haynes spent several years working as a family nurse practitioner, as well as teaching occupational and school health in a local MSN program for six years....
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