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Gratitude is the Attitude: Being Grateful Makes You Happy

Gratitude is the Attitude: Being Grateful Makes You Happy

So many people are suffering from depression, stress, and other mental ailments that sicken their body, mind, and spirit. 384 more words

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SMU Cox MBA Program Offers Expert Coaching for Aspiring Executives

A change management consultant and former faculty member at Texas Christian University, Tonya Brenneman coaches and mentors senior executives as they implement new strategic visions. Tonya Brenneman also continues to offer her expertise to college students as a coach for the Cox MBA program at Southern Methodist University. 139 more words

Aspiring Executives

Interview: Annie Basler

Annie Basler is a junior (3rd year) at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She studies Mechanical Engineering with a Biomedical specialization and hopes to improve hospitals during her career. 1,056 more words

Empow-Her

Graduate Student's Advanced Degree Provides Unique Job Opportunity In Dallas

Jordan Morrison wanted to understand the technical side of business and loved the creative side that marketing offered. She earned a Bachelor in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of Texas at Arlington. 335 more words

Education

Dallas Educator Advocates Higher Education To Boost Careers

Sharon A. Harris earned a Bachelor’s degree in English from Texas Tech. She started her master’s degree, but her life blossomed when Harris got married, had three children, including a set of twins, and put her master’s degree on hold. 373 more words

Education

Rockin' the Art World: George Bush’s Portrait Exhibition Opens in Dallas

Don’t let Peter Baker‘s pretentious, dreadful first sentence in this NYT article dissuade you (enjoy it, I know I did, ever so frostily) it’s a good subject. 850 more words

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The Holistic Review Process

Parents and students,

 

Much is made about the “holistic review” process by many colleges and universities across the US.  What often seems simple is often quite complicated in the process, especially as schools have large pools from which to choose and only a few spots in which to fill.  141 more words

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