Three Union City cops injured after fatal accident released from hospital

first_imgCrimeUnion City Bayonne By John Heinis – October 7, 2017 11:51 am 0 Police: 45-year-old man arrested for attempting to have sex with 15-year-old girl in Secaucus The three Union City police officers that were seriously injured shortly after a fatal accident occurred earlier this week have been released from the hospital. By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewThe Union City Police Department tweeted the news earlier this morning, thanking everyone for their thoughts and prayers.Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers, all of our officers have been released from the hospital. We wish them a speedy recovery.— Union City Police (@UnionCityPD) October 7, 2017On Wednesday night, 16-year-old Union City High School student Sean Lemus was killed after being hit a Union City Department of Public Works Truck, authorities said.As the area of Palisades Avenue and 31st Street was being established as an active crime scene, two motorcyclists sped through the collision scene, one of which, Ricardo Suazo, 25, of Paterson, striking four police officers and crashing his bike.While one of the officers suffered minor injuries and was treated on the scene, the three others had to be taken to local hospitals for treatment.Police have also said that the investigation remains open at this time. Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Three Union City cops injured after fatal accident released from hospital Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say TAGShudson county prosecutor’s officehudson county sheriff’s officeunion city police SHARE Previous articleJersey City mayoral challenger Matsikoudis highlights diversity in 1st TV adNext articlePolice: No injuries after bomb threat evacuates North Bergen Walmart John Heinis Crime Bayonne Bayonne man busted with cocaine, heroin, semi-automatic handgun after fleeing from copslast_img read more

Facebook removes 220 ‘boogaloo’-related accounts from its platform

first_imgwachiwit/iStockBY LUKE BARR and CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — Facebook announced the removal of 220 accounts, 28 pages and 106 groups that are associated with the little-known but emerging movement called “boogaloo.”The company also said they removed 95 Instagram accounts connected to the group. Instagram is owned by Facebook.Federal court documents define boogaloo as a “term used by extremists to signify a coming civil war and/or fall of civilization.”“For months, we have removed boogaloo content when there is a clear connection to violence or a credible threat to public safety, and today’s designation will mean we remove more content going forward, including Facebook Groups and Pages,” according to the social media company. “This violent network is banned from having a presence on our platform and we will remove content praising, supporting or representing it.”In the past month, three suspected boogaloo-movement followers allegedly tried to fire bomb a Black Lives Matter protest in Las Vegas and in Oakland, California, a Federal Protective Services contract officer and Santa Cruz Sheriff’s sergeant were killed and a suspected boogaloo movement follower was charged.“These acts of real-world violence and our investigations into them are what led us to identify and designate this distinct network,” the company said in a statement.Facebook said the movement started as early as 2012 and they’ve been tracking it since.Experts told ABC News, that there is not a single ideology for boogaloo members, but that the one common thread is that they are anti-government.“I don’t think there’s a central core belief either in the movement. There’s a range of different grievances or different potential individuals who they believe are legitimate targets,” said Javed Ali, a former counterterrorism official and visiting professor at the University of Michigan.Facebook said that they have concluded that some people who took part in the January 2020 gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia, “wore the outfit now typical for boogaloo adherents and we have since tracked the movement’s expansion as participants engage at various protests and rallies across the country.”“We will continue to study new trends, including the language and symbols this network shares online so we can take the necessary steps to keep those who proclaim a violent mission off our platform,” the company said.The move comes as the company faces mounting pressure to respond to hate on its platforms and amid a growing ad boycott that started at the urging of the NAACP and other civil rights organizations.In a matter of weeks, the Facebook ad boycott has grown from just a handful of companies to include multinational conglomerate Unilever, telecom giant Verizon and coffeehouse chain Starbucks.Organizers of the ad boycott say the social media giant does not do enough to combat hate, violence and racism on its platforms. Facebook responded with a series of policy updates, but late last week, organizers with the Stop Hate for Profit Coalition said the moves were insufficient in combatting hate — especially within groups and posts.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Third storm in a row slams US causing threats of mudslides, flooding and avalanches

first_imgABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Three storms continue to march across the country with the third storm reaching the West Coast overnight where thousands have been forced to evacuate.The first storm is leaving the Northeast Wednesday morning and this is the same storm that brought the deadly EF-3 tornado with winds of 150 mph to northern Alabama.The second storm moved through the Rockies and the Plains overnight and is now expected to bring snow to the Southeast.On Tuesday, a 17-vehicle pileup shut down I-25 in Colorado due to the slick roads from that second storm with, locally, some areas in the West already getting 3 feet of snow.On Wednesday, 16 states in the East are under snow and ice alerts for heavy snow and slick roads.Even Raleigh, North Carolina, is under a winter weather advisory for some slick roads and a winter storm warning has been issued for the North Carolina mountains.The snowfall totals include a general area of 1 to 3 inches of snow forecast from Missouri to Virginia and North Carolina, but in the southern Appalachians up to a half a foot of snow could accumulate.In the West, millions are bracing for the third storm to bring mudslides, flash flooding, heavy snow and avalanche danger.This storm will be fueled by an atmospheric river — a long plume of moisture moving across the Pacific with the jet stream — aimed at California over the next few days.Already, overnight winds gusted in California between 60 to 75 mph bringing down trees into homes north of the San Francisco Bay area.On Tuesday afternoon and evening, up to 30 inches of snow fell in parts of northern California and more is expected to fall Wednesday.This atmospheric river will deliver up to 10 inches of rain to parts of California where mudslides are expected in the recent burn areas.In the Sierra Nevada, up to 100 inches of snow is possible — more than 8 feet of snow.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Open Rank – Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor

first_imgTo apply, visit https://careers.pageuppeople.com/879/cw/en-us/job/505907 jeid-677d41e1eb0bd2498d931e34edbd91c9 Open Rank – Assistant or Associate Teaching ProfessorAbout Northeastern:Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university andthe recognized leader in experience-driven lifelong learning. Ourworld-renowned experiential approach empowers our students,faculty, alumni, and partners to create impact far beyond theconfines of discipline, degree, and campus.Our locations—in Boston; Charlotte, North Carolina; London;Portland, Maine; San Francisco; Seattle; Silicon Valley; Toronto;Vancouver; and the Massachusetts communities of Burlington andNahant—are nodes in our growing global university system. Throughthis network, we expand opportunities for flexible,student-centered learning and collaborative, solutions-focusedresearch.Northeastern’s comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduateprograms— in a variety of on-campus and online formats—lead todegrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools. Amongthese, we offer more than 195 multi-discipline majors and degreesdesigned to prepare students for purposeful lives andcareers.About the Opportunity:The English Department Writing Program of Northeastern Universityseeks to fill two benefits-eligible, full-time, non-tenure trackpositions for Assistant or Associate Teaching Professors, beginningin fall 2021. The NU Writing Program is an award-winning programthat serves first-year and upper-level students. The program, whichincludes more than 75 full-time, part-time, and graduate studentteachers, offers community-based teaching opportunities as well asa number of professional development activities. Assistant orAssociate Teaching Professors teach first-year and advanced writingcourses, including courses in writing for the social sciences, thesciences, the health professions, the engineering and computerscience professions, and the business profession. TeachingProfessors are eligible for promotion and hold leadership positionsat all levels of faculty governance. Applications received by April30 can be assured the fullest review.Responsibilities:Full-time teaching load is three courses per semester. In additionto teaching, Teaching Professors are expected to serve on variousdepartment, college, and university committees and to pursueprofessional development opportunities. This is an untenured, butcontinuing and tracked position with the possibility of promotionto Associate and Full Teaching Professor, as well as multi-year (3year and 5 year) contractsQualifications:Ph.D. or appropriate terminal degree in Rhetoric and Composition orrelated field required by the appointment start date.Preferred Qualifications:The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to andexperience in undergraduate teaching and will have expertise inareas of writing in the disciplines, online instruction, communityengagement, anti-racist or decolonial pedagogy, multilingualwriting, and/or working with digital media.Candidates should have demonstrated commitment to fostering diverseand inclusive environments as well as to promoting experientiallearning, which are central to a Northeastern Universityeducation.Salary Grade:FACAdditional Information:To apply, please go to http://www.northeastern.edu/cssh/faculty-positionsand click on the link for full-time positions or full-timeinterdisciplinary positions or if viewing this description on theNortheastern University website, click “Apply to this job.”Applications should include a cover letter that addresses theapplicant’s interest in and qualifications for the position,curriculum vitae, and diversity and equity statement. Questionsshould be addressed to Prof. Mya Poe, Search Committee Chair,[email protected] of Social Sciences and Humanities is a leader in theExperiential Liberal Arts. Founded in 1898, Northeastern Universityis a dynamic and highly selective urban research university in thecenter of Boston. Grounded in its signature co-op program,Northeastern provides unprecedented global experiential learningopportunities. The College is strongly committed to fosteringexcellence through diversity and enthusiastically welcomesnominations and applications from members of groupsunderrepresented in academia.Northeastern University is an equal opportunity employer, seekingto recruit and support a broadly diverse community of faculty andstaff. Northeastern values and celebrates diversity in all itsforms and strives to foster an inclusive culture built on respectthat affirms inter-group relations and builds cohesion.All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, religion,color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disabilitystatus, or any other characteristic protected by applicablelaw.To learn more about Northeastern University’s commitment andsupport of diversity and inclusion, please see www.northeastern.edu/diversity.last_img read more

HBS program casts wider net for undergrads

first_imgA future in business might be right for anyone — and for some, the earlier the better. That’s the thinking behind the Harvard Business School’s (HBS) 2+2 Program, a new effort to expand the School’s applicant pool to students who might not normally consider a business degree or career.The program, which launched last week, will grant college students an early acceptance to the HBS M.B.A. program contingent upon their successful graduation from college and the completion of two years of approved work experience.“Young men and women today enjoy a far wider array of educational and career options than ever before,” said Carl Kester, HBS’s deputy dean for academic affairs. “With this program, we want to reach a new group of applicants and encourage them to see the versatility, value, and opportunity provided by a Harvard M.B.A. degree as they set out to make a difference in the world. Many undergraduates underestimate the versatility of an M.B.A. and the positive effect it can have on many careers. In reality, M.B.A. graduates, and HBS graduates in particular, are working in a wide variety of positions in many diverse fields.”After the contingent early admission, Harvard will help graduating students find two-year work appointments by coordinating with a network of organizations that have agreed to act as recruiting partners. Google, Teach for America, and McKinsey & Company are already on board and are just a few of the 100 organizations expected to participate in the program.“Google believes that attracting diverse and talented employees is key to our continued growth and innovation,” said Kim Scott, Google’s director of online sales and operations. “This program will give us another channel to find people with broad talents and skills who might not traditionally look at either a business degree or a tech company, but can be highly successful here.”Undergraduates will be eligible to apply to the HBS 2+2 Program by July 1, after the conclusion of their junior year of college. They will be notified of the school’s decision in September of their senior year. ?Once admitted to the program, students will participate in on-campus summer academic programs and have access to a dedicated career coach as well as an online network of current HBS students and peers in the 2+2 program.“College students are at an important juncture during their junior year,” said Andrea Kimmel, who directs the 2+2 Program. “HBS 2+2 will help to open their minds to a host of new career and education options available to them as they set forth on their journey of exploration after college.”last_img read more

Goose Surprises Fans With ‘Night Lights’ EP [Listen]

first_imgFans of ever-rising CT-based indie groove outfit Goose woke up to a pleasant surprise this morning with the the release of the Night Lights EP. The five-song offering, released at midnight, features four previously-released songs from the last eighteen months as well as a new studio cut of “Yeti”.The five songs featured on the EP—”All I Need”, “Time to Flee”, “Butter Rum”, “Wysteria Lane”, and “Yeti”—were chosen for sentimental reasons. The latter four songs all come from the catalogs of bands that pre-date Goose which featured the band’s members. “Wysteria Lane” and “Butter Rum” were first performed by Vasudo, which included drummer Ben Atkind, guitarist Rick Mitarotonda, and bassist Trevor Weekz. “Yeti” and “Time to Flee”, on the other hand, came from guitarist/keyboardist Peter Anspach‘s project, Great Blue. Then there’s “All I Need”, which is all Goose.Related: Goose Shares Debut Cover Of The Band’s “Look Out Cleveland” [Watch]These polished studio recordings come four years after the band’s previous—as well as their first—multi-song studio offering, Moon Cabin. Though only one of the songs is new to streaming services—and far from new to fans that have been following the band’s live performances—their cohesive arrangement and release signals some more studio activity on the horizon for Goose.“These 5 songs are such a great representation of the history of Goose, with most of the tunes hailing from previous bands around the Wilton music scene,” Anspach said. “We are very stoked to wrap them all up as an EP and set the stage for our next full-length record.”Listen to the new Night Lights EP from Goose below, or on your preferred streaming service.Goose – Night Lights – Full EP[Video: Goose]The band is currently prepping for an impending two-night run of socially-distanced Halloween concerts at South Farms in Morris, CT. Beginning tonight, the two sold-out concerts will be streamed live via LivexLive. To purchase the streams, click here. [UPDATE: Due to snowy conditions at the outdoor venue, the Goose Halloween run has been postponed by a week. The shows will now take place on Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th. For more information, head here.]last_img read more

Photographers Volunteer to Make Free Holiday Family Portraits for Soldiers Far Away

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore What better way to make our soldiers feel at home than by providing them with a beautifully photographed and printed portrait of the ones they love and miss the most? Professional photographers and image manufacturers have teamed up to send 10,000 free family portraits to deployed soldiers around the globe this holiday season in the the Portraits of Love project. The call went out from the PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA) for volunteers and got 400 members to join the cause. Watch the Making a Difference video below, which shows  the incredible motivation a simple photograph can provide to a solider away from home. (From MSNBC) last_img read more

Odds & Ends: Raúl Esparza to Star in Chicago Production of Hamlet & More

first_imgP.P.S. Now’s your chance to be in the In the Heights movie!    Get audition details here.    View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Raúl Esparza to Star in Chicago Production of HamletRaúl Esparza is making a big leap back into the stage world. Following the news that the four-time Tony nominee will lead Classic Stage’s Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, we’ve learned that the longtime Law & Order: SVU star will next take to the Windy City in the title role of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Barbara Gaines will direct the production of Chicago Shakespeare Theater, scheduled to run from April 17 through June 9, 2019. Esparza is no stranger to The Bard, having been seen in Shakespeare in the Park productions of Cymbeline and Twelfth Night. Complete casting for the Chicago Shakespeare production of Hamlet will be announced in the coming months.TCG to Honor Tony Kushner, Rick Miramontez & Martha R. Ingram at 2019 GalaTheatre Communications Group will toast a trio of New York theater icons at its 2019 gala. Tony- and Pulitzer-winning playwright Tony Kushner, veteran Broadway publicist Rick Miramontez and arts philanthropist Martha R. Ingram will be the honorees at the event, set for February 4, 2019 at the Edison Ballroom. TCG’s executive director and CEO Teresa Eyring said, “Our annual gala has become a much-anticipated event that bridges theater worlds, from nonprofit to commercial, from our New York-based resident theaters to the resident theater community nationwide. We are humbled to be able to honor and celebrate individuals whose astounding vision and commitment have benefited all of these worlds.” TCG will also celebrate its long-standing commitment to advancing leaders of color in the field and the many programs that support these efforts.Jersey Boys Alum Michael Longoria to Release Christmas AlbumMichael Longoria, silk-voiced Broadway veteran of Jersey Boys and Hairspray, will release a new album, Michael Longoria: Merry Christmas Darling, this holiday season. Broadway Records will produce the Christmas-themed recording—the label’s first—set to be released digitally and in stores on November 9. The album will include standards such as “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” weaved with modern-day classics such as “All I Want For Christmas Is You” and “Last Christmas.” Produced by Grammy nominee Michael Croiter, Merry Christmas Darling will feature music arrangements by Rona Siddiqui.Mitchell Jarvis & More to Test Out New Musical Fat Kid Rules the WorldMitchell Jarvis, the multi-talented stage star recently seen in Gettin’ the Band Back Together, is among a group of performers set to lead a developmental workshop of the new musical Fat Kid Rules the World. Marc Eardley will direct the presentations, set to take place at the Royal Family Performing Arts Space in New York City on October 29, 30 and 31. The musical follows the friendship between Troy and Curt, who meet on a subway platform and begin forming a punk-rock band. The cast will also include Trey Ellett, Kurt Hellerich, Mitchell Jarvis, Pilar Martinez, Michael Nigro, Emerson Steele, Cole Ragsdale, Scott Redmond, Shea Renne, Laura Shoop, Taylor Blackman, Briana Brooks, Sophia Introna, Chris Medlin and Matt Gumley, a Broadway veteran of Elf who wrote the music and contributed additional lyrics. Fat Kid Rules the World features a book and lyrics by Jay Falzone and additional music by Evan Jay Newman.P.S. Get a sneak peek at SpongeBob Tony nominee Ethan Slater on tonight’s episode of Law & Order: SVU! Raúl Esparza(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser)center_img Star Files Raúl Esparzalast_img read more

Original Grand Hotel Stars Reunite for 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration

first_img View Comments Grand Hotel original cast members Karen Akers, Keith Crowningshield, David Jackson, Ken Jennings, Timothy Jerome, Charles Mandracchia, Penny Worth and Walter Willison are reuniting on November 11 for a special pair of concerts toasting the 1989 musical’s 30th anniversary. They will be joined by John Schneider, who played the Baron Felix Von Gaigern in the original Broadway production, Tony Award winner Judy Kaye and more. Willison has written and directed the concerts, which are dedicated to the memory of the late Liliane Montevecchi, who received a Tony nomination for originating the role of ballerina Elizaveta Grushinskaya.Also featured are Grand Hotel cast members Michael Piehl, David White, Jill Powell, Sachi Parker, Harper Lee Andrews (daughter of original cast member Jennifer Lee Andrews), Emily Elizabeth Cobb, Katie Dixon, Matthew Drinkwater, John Drinkwater, Daniel Dunlow and ballroom dancers Erin Marie and Zachary Bordonaro.Directed and choreographed by Tommy Tune, Grand Hotel opened at the Martin Beck Theatre on November 12, 1989 and ran for 1,017 performances. It was nominated for twelve 1990 Tony Awards and won five—two for Tune in categories of Best Direction of a Musical and Best Choreography, two for designers Santo Loquasto (costumes) and Jules Fisher (lights) and one for the late Michael Jeter, who played Otto Kringelein, the dying bookkeeper.The Grand Hotel celebration will take place at 7:00pm and 9:30pm in The Yellow Pavillion in The Fig Room on the fourth floor of YOTEL New York at 570 Tenth Avenue. For tickets and more info, click here.last_img read more

Champlain College ranks 16th nationally in healthcare administration programs

first_imgChamplain College,Vermont Business Magazine Champlain College ranks 16th nationally and is the only Vermont college on the list of top healthcare administration programs. Master’s Programs Guide, an online guide for master’s programs, has published a ranking of the 50 Best Online Master’s in Healthcare Administration Programs for 2016. Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College in Pittsburgh, PA, leads the ranking, which evaluated and ranked schools based on publicly available information on accreditation, reputation, flexibility, affordability, and return on investment. Valparaiso University’s Graduate School in Valparaiso, IN, and Indiana Wesleyan University’s Graduate School in Marion, IN, came in second and third respectively.#16. Champlain College(link is external)Champlain College, in Burlington, Vermont, is a private, nonprofit institution founded in 1878. The student-to-faculty ratio is 14 to 1 and just over 460 graduate students attend here. Champlain College is ranked in a tie at #14 by U.S. News & World Report in the category of “Best Regional Colleges North.” Regional accreditation has been granted by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.Program Details: The Divisions of Graduate and Continuing Professional Studies offers a 100% online degree program for a Master of Science in Health Care Administration. This newly-revised program challenges students to think boldly and innovatively as they prepare to plan, manage, and deliver care in a health-related setting. The program is aimed at students who are experienced healthcare professionals and provides opportunities for new thinking and unique approaches to increase efficiency and make significant improvements to healthcare delivery. The program is designed on an interdisciplinary cohort model, which means a small group of students works together throughout their studies, tackling courses in eight-week terms. Tuition costs $779 per credit.Champlain Admissions Website(link is external)Universities making the list include (alphabetically ordered):Belhaven University, School of Business – Jackson, MississippiBellevue University – Bellevue, NebraskaBrenau University, School of Business – Gainesville, GeorgiaCalifornia State University-East Bay, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences – Hayward, CaliforniaCapella University – Minneapolis, MinnesotaChamplain College – Burlington, VermontCleary University – Howell, MichiganColorado State University-Global Campus – Greenwood Village, ColoradoColumbia Southern University, College of Business – Orange Beach, AlabamaConcordia University, St. Paul, College of Business and Technology – Saint Paul, MinnesotaCornerstone University – Grand Rapids, MichiganDallas Baptist University, Graduate School of Business – Dallas, TexasEastern University, School of Management Studies – Saint Davids, PennsylvaniaFlorida Institute of Technology – Melbourne, FloridaGardner-Webb University, Graduate School of Business – Boiling Springs, North CarolinaGeorge Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences – Washington, District of ColumbiaLoyola University Chicago – Chicago, IllinoisMontana State University, Billings College of Allied Health Professions – Billings, MontanaMount Vernon Nazarene University, Graduate and Professional Studies – Mount Vernon, OhioOhio University, College of Health Sciences and Professions – Athens, OhioPacific University, College of Health Professions – Forest Grove, OregonPenn State World Campus – University Park, PennsylvaniaRegis University, Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions – Denver, ColoradoSaint Joseph’s University, College of Arts and Sciences – Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSaint Leo University, School of Business – Saint Leo, FloridaSeton Hall University, School of Health and Medical Sciences – South Orange, New JerseySimmons College, Simmons School of Management – Boston, MassachusettsSouthern Illinois University-Carbondale, School of Allied Health – Carbondale, IllinoisThe Sage Colleges, School of Management – Troy, New YorkTiffin University, School of Business – Tiffin, OhioTrident University, International College of Health and Human Services – Cypress, CaliforniaTrinity University, Department of Health Care Administration – San Antonio, TexasUniversity of Cincinnati – Cincinnati, OhioUniversity of Denver, University College – Denver, ColoradoUniversity of Maryland University College – Adelphi, MarylandUniversity of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, Charlton College of Business – North Dartmouth, MassachusettsUniversity of Mississippi, Medical Center School of Health Related Professions – Jackson, MississippiUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public Health – Chapel Hill, North CarolinaUniversity of North Dakota, College of Business and Public Administration – Grand Forks, North DakotaUniversity of Saint Francis, Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership – Fort Wayne, IndianaUniversity of Scranton, Panuska College of Professional Studies – Scranton, PennsylvaniaUniversity of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy – Los Angeles, CaliforniaUniversity of St. Francis, College of Business and Health Administration – Joliet, IllinoisVirginia Commonwealth University, School of Allied Health Professionals – Richmond, VirginiaWalden University School of Health Sciences – Minneapolis, MinnesotaWestern Carolina University, College of Health and Human Sciences – Cullowhee, North CarolinaWestern Kentucky University, Graduate School – Bowling Green, KentuckyAccording to Coby Cagle, editor at Master’s Programs Guide, “A master’s degree is the standard credential for professionals in the healthcare field who want to equip themselves for leadership roles and career advancement.” The need for effective leaders in healthcare has never been greater. He further explains that an online degree program will give professionals the flexibility to balance work and studies, while applying new found knowledge and skills in their current workplace. This gives online healthcare management students an immediate return on their investment.Master’s Programs Guide is an online guide that helps potential students find the best master’s programs available in order to achieve their educational and professional goals.SEATTLE, March 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Master’s Programs Guide (http://www.mastersprogramsguide.com(link is external)) www.mastersprogramsguide.com/rankings/top-online-masters-in-healthcare-administration/(link is external)last_img read more