5 Reasons to Love Grantham University’s Online Tutoring Service

It’s the night before your English paper is due, and the friend who usually looks over your work is too busy cramming for a math exam. You glance at your phone — it’s panic o’clock. Your sitter canceled, and now your scheduled study time has been replaced by reading ‘Goodnight, Moon’ for the 100th time. Looks like you’ll be burning the midnight oil … again. No need to stress. Grantham University has you covered by providing access to Tutor.com, a…Read +

What’s in the water? Earth Day theme underscores hidden dangers of plastics

Look around you, what do you see? How many things are composed of plastic? I am staring a computer screen and typing on a keyboard, and both are made of plastic. The phone at my desk: plastic. I’m drinking water out of a plastic straw and a plastic cup. My mouse and mouse pad are versions of plastic. My clothing contains polyester and nylon, which are synthesis thermoplastic polymers. Did you see it hidden in that last term? Plastics. The…Read +

5 Important Steps to Make LinkedIn Work for you

The following post is Part 3 of Grantham University’s new Career Launch blog series. With 2018 underway, many of you may be considering a job change or looking for ways to advance your career. These career-focused posts will help you improve your resume, make social media work for you and show you how to transform your current position into your dream job. Social Media can be a great resource when hunting for a job, but you won’t get very far…Read +

Carlos Ayala-Pagan: Mastering the Civilian World

Carlos Ayala-Pagan, 42 Kansas City, Missouri Vice President of Administration, Henry Industries Degrees: Master of Business Administration, 2017 Surrounded by co-workers, friends and family, Carlos Ayala-Pagan received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Grantham University during a special award ceremony in December at Wichita, Kan.-based Henry Industries. Carlos, Henry’s Vice President of Administration, chose to hold the ceremony at work so other employees could see the outcome of a commitment to education. The Situation Carlos had already set a…Read +