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Innovation is a wonderful thing, especially when it involves creating technologies that make our lives more efficient. Although many times there is a learning curve with any new gadget, companies are focusing on creating a positive user experience for consumers which translates into ease of usability. Tablets have become a staple item in every home and office which is why we are sharing some of the top apps for productivity in the market today.

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Transitions: From Military To College Life

Military transitioning has become a real hot topic as of late. With our troops being pulled from Iraq and now the remainder being extracted from Afghanistan, we are soon to have the largest contingency of student veterans ever. Currently, the GI Bill is providing assistance to nearly 800,000 veterans and their family members, but this number is expected to increase to over 2 million in the next couple of years. This doesn't even consider the number of active duty receiving tuition assistance for veterans attending school without the GI Bill.

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The Unconventional Guide To Long-Term Focus

It’s easy to identify the benefits of applying your attention to short-term tasks and feel a sense of accomplishment by checking items off a set list. However, sometimes the more challenging scenario arises when you try to fit those and other responsibilities into a long-term focus. Discover some ways that can help you develop this extended perspective.

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Professor Makes Commitment To Fight Cancer And Finish Disneyland Run

Students at Brandman’s Victorville and Ontario campuses routinely run into Dr. Christopher Deulen. With his long hair, it’s hard not to take notice of the assistant professor of Psychology and Marriage Family Therapy. The licensed clinical psychologist is a cancer survivor. Recently, he made a commitment to himself and his family to help defeat cancer, and in the process, get healthier.

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5 Ways To Continue Your Back To School Focus

By Vicki Brannock on Sep 5, 2014

We all have goals we want to achieve – finally getting that degree, getting in shape, eating healthy, raising healthy, happy, well-educated children. For most of us we do this by setting goals. If you have headed back to school you may already be feeling the pressure of homework, family, and other obligations. The dream of doing it all is nice but the reality is that life gets in the way. So how can you continue your back to school focus and still meet your other obligations?

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Topics: Front Page, School of Extended Education

Pros And Cons: Working Or Going Back To College

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 4, 2014

The decision to go back to school at any level or age entails a lot of debate. After all, it is a life changing situation that requires investing significant time and resources. To get started on your own reflection consider some of these pros and cons to include in your analysis of determining what's best for you - working or going back to college.

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Topics: Front Page

Going Back To College As A Single Mom

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 3, 2014

Mothers who dedicate themselves to achieving their professional goals while they set positive examples for their kids are some of the most inspiring people. Working and raising a family on your own is challenging enough, but adding college to the mix pretty much bedazzles the cape of the supermom outfit. To help out the best way we know how, here are some tips for those going back to school as single parents.

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Topics: Career, Front Page

How To: Returning To College After 20 Years

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 2, 2014

Just as the world tends to do, academia has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Even the most established brick and mortar universities have transitioned into the digital age, and more adults are going back to school than ever. But how do these nontraditional students return to the classroom or cloud after such a long hiatus?

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Topics: Front Page

The Essential Checklist For Going Back To College

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 28, 2014

There is an array of resources out there that help traditional students get ready for the first day of school, from dorm room decor to the latest tech and fashion trends. But how do nontraditional students prepare? Brandman is here to help year-round scholars and professionals get ready for their busy back to college seasons with this essential checklist.

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Topics: Front Page, Online

Top 3 Ways To Reconnect With Your Alumni Community

By Shannon Feightner on Aug 27, 2014

As September draws near and the weather begins to change we are quickly reminded that summer is coming to a close and the back-to-school season is upon us. Whether you graduated from your school this past May or 15 years ago, this time of year is a great opportunity to reminisce on your past accomplishments and reconnect with your alumni community.

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Topics: Alumni