The share of men in the strained U.S. nursing corps has ticked up in recent years. Here’s why the pandemic could fuel a further increase. Jonathan Caesar always thought he would follow in his brother’s footsteps by pursuing a career as an attorney in Las Vegas. But he began to have a change of heart
Taking the time to consider how well the typical MBA outcomes align with your personal and career goals can help you determine whether it’s the right time to pursue the degree. A Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) degree is typically considered a worthy investment for people pursuing a career in business. However, there are MBA
Experience, Passion and Innovation Lead the Way at Beal Bangor Daily News | At Beal University, we’re exceptionally proud of our educational leadership. Of course, attending Beal University means gaining access to the best in healthcare, nursing, health sciences, business and much more. But, to be the best, you must be led by the best.
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The Beal University Library is Moving! The Beal Library will soon be located where the old café was (through the front entrance). Our collection will be smaller but mightier to accommodate the new space. The library provides many services that can help with any research needs you may have. Many of our services are available
Yesterday, I was at a remote broadcast in Wilton at Beal University. They were giving tours of their new state-of-the-art simulation and nursing labs and I was absolutely blown away. This particular campus has so much to offer. If I wasn’t in radio, I would most definitely move over to nursing. This program is specifically
Beal University ADN Students Develop Deeper Thinking with SLS with VR Bangor Daily News | Nursing instructor Lorrie Springer gained her initial nursing education in the same way her students at Beal University do—in a two-year, ADN program. Knowing their background and having gone through the same experience led her to an important question: is
Health care employs more workers than any other job sector in Maine, yet critical worker shortages existed in Maine prior to the pandemic and have been exacerbated by it. These shortages limit access to quality care, particularly in behavioral health and long-term care; increase costs; and affect Maine’s ability to attract talented workers since quality
Jan Hoffman | NY Times: Shortly after Kade Webb, 20, collapsed and died in a bathroom at a Safeway Market in Roseville, California, in December, the police opened his phone and went straight to his social media apps. There, they found exactly what they feared. Webb, a laid-back snowboarder and skateboarder who, with the imminent
Learn more about Beal’s 8 month, hands-on Welding Technology program. Click Here >You don’t have to look very far to see evidence of an increasingly automated world. From the grocery store to retail shops, it may feel like the “rise of the machines” will make the human workforce obsolete sooner than expected. Many aspects of