News & Events
The College of Letters and Sciences at National University recently hosted the Third Annual Book Author’s Dinner at the Museum of Photographic Art in San Diego to honor the College’s faculty who published books over the past year. The event was hosted by Dr. Carol Richardson, Dean of the College of Letters and Sciences, and was attended by National University President David Andrews and Provost Gangram Singh.
Keflezighi, the only athlete to win the New York Marathon, Boston Marathon and an Olympic Medal, makes history again as the oldest U.S. Olympic runner when he competes in this year’s international games
St. Louis, MO—Tuesday, April 19, 2016—Twelve education foundation executives from 10 states are the first to be nationally certified as leaders in one of philanthropy’s fastest-growing fields. The National School Foundation Association (NSFA), the recognized leader of the Pre K-12 education foundation movement in the United States, developed the program in collaboration with National University and its Sanford Institute of Philanthropy. The graduates are being honored during the association’s 11th annual National Conference (April 18-20) in St. Louis.
In advance of upcoming citywide elections, the National University School of Professional Studies is hosting a San Diego City Attorney Candidate Forum at the University’s Sanford Education Center in La Jolla. The forum, which is free and open to the public, features four candidates vying for the city attorney spot, and it will take place April 20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (March 31, 2016)– National University, the second-largest private nonprofit university in California, is one of eight colleges and universities nationwide being honored by University Business magazine in its Spring 2016 Models of Excellence recognition program. Sponsored by Higher One, a leading provider of financial services to college and university campuses across the U.S., the Models of Excellence program recognizes innovative approaches to encouraging and nurturing student success on campus.
National University Associate Faculty Member Dr. Saul E. Lankster II helped change American history. Now the Army veteran who was arrested as a ‘foot soldier’ in the historic civil rights marches that gripped the nation more than a half century ago has a Congressional Gold Medal for his contributions.
Security On-Demand, a leading provider of next generation managed security services announces the launch of the Cybersecurity Internship Program in partnership with National University, the second-largest private nonprofit university in California. The program is designed to offer mentorship opportunities with senior security experts and to cultivate careers for students studying cybersecurity. Over the course of the internship program, students will gain valuable hands-on experience working alongside security analysts in Security On-Demand’s San Diego Security Operations Center or “SOC.”
In the first program of its kind, an innovative partnership between leaders in healthcare workforce services and nonprofit higher education has answered the healthcare industry’s call for an increased supply of well-prepared clinical professionals.
National University’s Sanford Institute of Philanthropy, a leader in educational and training curriculum for the nonprofit sector, is expanding its offerings by holding its first Orange County seminar Wednesday, Feb. 24 at National University’s Costa Mesa campus. Topics for the day-long seminar include leveraging social media and the Institute’s Cause Sales approach to fundraising that blends the passion of philanthropy with an emphasis on business principles.
Planetree, Inc., a mission-based not-for-profit organization that partners with healthcare organizations around the world, and National University, the second-largest private nonprofit university in California, announce the first collaboration of its kind to train a new generation of health professionals in exceptional patient-centered care.