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National University Celebrates National Cyber Security Awareness Month

San Diego, Calif. – National University is proud to participate in Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), a nationwide effort during the month of October that is promoted by the Department of Homeland Security to highlight the importance of cybersecurity in our communities and provide tools and resources to stay safe online. Technology continues to evolve …

Dr. James Stigler, a Leading Authority in Teaching and Learning Methodologies, Named Fellow of the Precision Institute at National University

Dr. Stigler, a professor of developmental and cognitive psychology at UCLA, will be a featured guest speaker Sept. 27 at National University’s San Diego headquarters; as a fellow, he will contribute to personalized learning research being done through the Precision Institute at National University. San Diego, Calif. – Dr. James Stigler, who is widely recognized …

Xavier University of Louisiana Launches a Sanford Institute of Philanthropy to Serve Southeast Louisiana

New Orleans, LA – Xavier University of Louisiana is pleased to announce it is joining the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy network by opening its own affiliated Institute dedicated to helping nonprofits significantly increase their fundraising capabilities and positive impact in Southeast Louisiana. Based on the vision of philanthropist and entrepreneur T. Denny Sanford, the Sanford …

City of San Diego/National University Professional Development Scholarship Makes Positive Impact in Community

San Diego, Calif. – As the first recipient of the City of San Diego/National University Professional Development Scholarship, city employee Nicole McNeil demonstrated her determination to achieve her education goals, graduating this June while giving back to the local community. Her success represents the spirit of an education-focused collaboration launched in 2015 that expands educational …

National University to Co-Host Third Annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit

San Diego Teachers to Participate in Free Statewide Day of Learning and Networking to Share Strategies on Timely Topics Such as Anti-Bullying and Effective Strategies for Implementing the New California Standards San Diego, Calif – The Sanford College of Education at National University, which recommends more teachers for credentials than any other university in California, …

National University Supports U.S. Marine Maggie Seymour’s Run across America to Raise Awareness for Education and Military-Affiliated Causes and Communities

U.S. Marine Corps Captain Maggie Seymour kicks off 100-day, coast-to-coast run in San Diego on July 22, with the support of Title Sponsor National University San Diego, Calif. – National University, which is among the largest private nonprofit universities in California, is proud to support U.S. Marine Corps Captain Maggie Seymour in her run across …

Precision Institute at National University Launched to Transform Higher Education Through Personalized Learning

The private, nonprofit National University is supporting a four-year, $20-million Precision Education R&D effort to develop a learning platform integrating advanced technologies to help higher education institutions adapt to the individual needs of diverse student populations San Diego, Calif. – Aiming to address some of the most challenging issues confronting higher education today, National University, …

The Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at National University Announces Launch of Newest Affiliate Institute Serving Arizona

Based on the vision of philanthropist T. Denny Sanford, the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at Maricopa Community Colleges joins a national network of Institutes being launched through the leadership of National University to improve the fundraising capabilities of nonprofits San Diego, CA – The Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at National University is pleased to announce …

Published Works by National University Faculty of the College of Letters and Sciences

National University hosted a special event this spring for five of its College of Letters and Sciences (COLS) faculty who have recently published books on topics ranging from the origins of the warfare state to theories of learning. COLS professors honored from L-R: Colin Dickey, Ph.D.; Leslie “Tom” Pollard, Ph.D.; Carl Boggs, Ph.D.; B. Charles …