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C O M M E N T S | Q U E S T I O N S | S U G G E S T I O N S U P C O M I N G E V E N T S & I M P O R T A N T D A T E S Programmatic Accreditation The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences received CSWE candidacy status in November for the MSW program. The next phase entails a follow up site visit scheduled for February 2020 at the La Jolla office. Congratulations to the entire School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Social Work faculty on this significant milestone! The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has approved the application for initial accreditation of the MSN and DNP program at Northcentral University. Congratulations to the School of Health Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership (PhDOL) received ACBSP Accreditation approval. Congratulations to the School of Business. Grants NCU is pleased to provide all staff and faculty with online access to The Chronicle of Philanthropy. The Chronicle of Philanthropy is an independent news organization that has been serving development leaders, fundraisers, grant makers, and others involved in the philanthropic enterprise for 30 years. It offers robust current & archived advice, news, tools & trends to help nonprofit workers do their jobs better, and is one of the biggest listings of career opportunities. To access The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the GrantStation database, click here to create a free account. NOTE: you must create an account using your NCU email address. Dissertation Boot Camp – Phoenix, January 5–7 Dissertation Completion Intensive – Phoenix, January 5–7 NCU Student and Alumni Event – Downtown Phoenix, January 7 NCU Sails Royal Caribbean Cruise – January 19–24 Special Recognition (Recognize a Colleague for the Next Edition Here) Thank you to James Rogers for your willingness and ability to go "above and beyond" on every project and initiative. You have dedicated so much to NCU in the recent years, and you have developed into an effective, capable, and collaborative team member. We appreciate the many hats you wear in your current role, as well as your ability to adapt and adjust to any new circumstances during a project or event. Your consistent support of your colleagues is noticed and appreciated. I would like to celebrate Katja Walton, the Graduate School's Academic Operations Manager. Katja consistently serves the Dissertation Completion Pathway and its students, faculty, staff, and leadership with patience, kindness, efficiency, and always with a "can–do" attitude. She leads the daily operations of the DCP with ease and is an integral component to the DCP's success. Thank you for all you do, Katja! New Hires, Promotions, and Position Changes October–November 10/14/2019 Sarah Northern, ASC Coordinator 10/21/2019 Jomo Merritt, Academic Coach 10/28/2019 Shanika (Lavi) Wilson, Director, Field Education – Social Work 11/18/2019 Valerie Radu, Program Director, MSW Office of the President | Previous Editions: Inaugural Edition | Commencement Edition |Student Success Edition C E L E B R A T E W I T H U S

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