Who Are Our Exam Takers?

Excelsior College partners with students to provide a personalized pathway to earning a college degree, giving them  greater control, value, and flexibility in completing degree requirements. One of the most flexible ways... [ read more ]

Turkey and Career Development with a Side of Stuffing, Please!

Good gravy! Why are we connecting Thanksgiving and Career Development? Well, they are both special occasions celebrated in November. In fact, all of November is National Career Development Month. Another important similarity... [ read more ]

Tomorrow’s World: Challenge, Change, and Career Readiness in Logistics

In this series of articles titled “Tomorrow’s World,” members of the Excelsior College faculty reflect on the changes taking place in their field and consider how those changes might impact someone planning... [ read more ]

Could New York’s Capital Region Become Amazon HQ2?

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed are solely my own and do not represent the views or opinions of my employer. By now, most have heard Amazon has been seeking a second headquarters location (Amazon HQ2),... [ read more ]

Women and Minorities in Management and Technology

Ethan Sprissler, Faculty Program Director at Excelsior College, interviews fellow faculty member, author, and campaigner, Dr. Michele Paludi, for the Women and Minorities in Management and Technology Series: a series of articles... [ read more ]

Book Review: ‘Invisible Influence: The Hidden Forces That Shape Behavior’ by Jonah Berger

This book review is an article originally published in the Journal of Business and Technology, produced by the School of Business and Technology at Excelsior College.  You can read the original article... [ read more ]

Dr. Ted Lehmann and the Geopolitics of Energy

Dr. Timothy (Ted) Lehmann, the faculty director for the Social Sciences in the School of Liberal Arts, recently published a book on the international politics of energy: The Geopolitics of Global Energy:... [ read more ]