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 ]

How the National Science Foundation Grant Supports Workforce Readiness

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Excelsior College $864,000 in grant funding to ensure workforce readiness in the manufacturing industry.  Tina Vasquez, Marketing Manager at Excelsior College, caught up with associate... [ read more ]

How to Avoid Labeling Yourself—or Letting Others Label You—as a Victim

Gary McClain, PhD, is a faculty member in the School of Health Sciences and therapist who specializes in helping clients deal with the emotional impact of chronic and life-threatening illnesses. Victim. We... [ read more ]

Digital Badges: The Future of Credentials in the Digital Age

Mike is one of my oldest and closest friends. He is a successful web developer with a nearly 15-year career developing content management systems and web pages for major national accounts. He... [ read more ]

Work/Life Balance: A Five-Step Approach to Achieving It Your Way

Gary McClain, PhD, is a faculty member in the School of Health Sciences and therapist who specializes in helping clients deal with the emotional impact of chronic and life-threatening illnesses. The term... [ read more ]

Gender Bias in Management: An Interview with Dr. Ethne Swartz

On May 18, 2017, The School of Business and Technology, in collaboration with the President’s Committee on Inclusion (PCI), welcomed Dr. Ethne Swartz to Excelsior College.  Dr. Swartz gave a colloquium entitled:... [ read more ]