As a dozen students settled into their seats in Brian Ogle’s Community-sourced Science class, he strolled to the front of class to deliver instructions. “On your [study] packet, I want you to write down the names of arm bones.” Not surprisingly, students focused less on his words than the skeletal appendage he grasped while pacing […]
Hold Steady: Simple ways to improve your balance| In The Media, Uncategorized
Steven McDaniels, director of fitness & athletics, suggests exercises for senior citizens to improve their balance in this article (pg. 26) in Renew magazine: https://member.aarpmedicareplans.com/content/dam/UCP/Individual/AARP_Renew_Newsletter_PDP.pdf
The Presidential Election: How to Be Less Stressed| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. AJ Marsden, an assistant professor of human services and psychology, is quoted in this Minority Nurse piece on how to destress during the 2016 presidential campaign: http://minoritynurse.com/the-presidential-election-how-to-be-less-stressed/
Is the MH370 disappearance the Titanic of modern times?| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. William Nesbitt, professor of English and the chair of the department of humanities, explains the fascination with the missing Malaysian Airlines flight in this Christian Science Monitor article: http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Global-News/2016/1102/Is-the-MH370-disappearance-the-Titanic-of-modern-times
Advice and Resources for Mental Health Counselors| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Nicki Nance, an a licensed psychotherapist and an assistant professor of human services and psychology, offers advice for aspiring mental health counselors in this ValuePenguin guide: https://www.valuepenguin.com/advice-and-resources-mental-health-counselors
15 Mesmerizing Videos of Eyebrow Transformations| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. A.J. Marsden, an assistant professor of human services and psychology, is quoted in this piece in Elle magazine about the addicting qualities of online eyebrow tutorial videos: http://www.elle.com/beauty/news/a40415/eyebrow-transformation-videos/
AJ Marsden On High Stakes Testing, Feel-Good Voting in Central Florida 100| In The Media, Uncategorized
Psychologist AJ Marsden of Beacon College, the first higher education institution accredited to award bachelor’s degrees to students who learn differently, weighs in on high-stakes testing and feel-good voting in the Oct. 30 edition of The Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida 💯. Read all about it.
Steven McDaniels On Staying Fit After Fifty| In The Media, Uncategorized
Steven McDaniels, Director of Fitness and Athletics at Beacon College, offers tip No. 44 in SparkPeople’s 50 tips for remaining fit after 50. Read all about it.
Housing Intervention Boosts Antipsychotic Adherence In Homeless With Schizophrenia| In The Media, Uncategorized
Patricia Johnston opines on new research that looks at congregant housing’s impact on homeless schizophrenics in this MDalert piece. Read all about it.
How To Find Clients In Unexpected Places| In The Media, Uncategorized
Beacon Fitness Director Steven McDaniels offers tips for personal trainers on finding clients in unusual places in this issue of the American Council on Exercise’s Certified magazine. Read all about it.