The living, breathing moment when an original thought, an idea, an opinion that is part of you, becomes a story, expressed through your actions and words. It’s that moment. When your heart is beating out of your chest and you prepare to step out on stage in front of hundreds — maybe thousands — of […]Read More...
December 21st, 2015
Posted in Fine Arts
The future looks bright for those pursuing their B.S. in Sport Management, with many sports management jobs expected to grow faster than average in the next five to ten years. For example, jobs in coaching and scouting are projected to grow 15 percent by 2022. Although job growth looks promising, the sports industry can be […]Read More...
December 14th, 2015
Posted in Sports Management
What is gender? How is gender expressed in verbal/nonverbal communication? How does parenting and culture shape gender during early childhood? As part of a bachelor’s in communication, students at William Woods University can take COM213 Gender Communications, taught by Dr. Aimee Sapp, to answer questions such as these, and take a closer look into the […]Read More...
December 11th, 2015
Posted in Communications
On October 12, Dr. Anna Hulbert of University Physicians presented on “The Art of Napping” as part of the Wisdom for Wellness LEAD event series. At the event, Hulbert spoke on sleep hygiene, signs of sleepiness, sleep need, sleep stages, the art of napping and the effects of sleep on overall health. She also touched […]Read More...
December 7th, 2015
Posted in Biology