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March 28, 2018

How Millennials Are Changing Approaches to Workplace Safety

Given that they make up about one-third of the American workforce, it should be of no surprise that millennials are having a profound effect on all aspects of work. In fact, millennials are becoming a driving force in making workplaces safer for everyone. If you are looking to further your career in occupational safety and health, understanding the millennial perspective and what they expect from their employers in terms of safety is vital, and can ensure that your efforts to support safer workplaces are effective.
 

March 27, 2018

Faculty Spotlight: Academic Director, Councilwoman Challenges Students to Think Deeper

For CSU academic discipline director for history, philosophy and political science Prebble Ramswell, recent changes in the socio-political dynamics in the U.S. and around the world weren't only topics for the classroom, they were the inspiration for her latest book.   

March 20, 2018

CSU Knight and Fire Captain Vincent Harris Awarded $3.7 Million Federal Grant for Henry County Fire Department

After earning his associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees from CSU and an additional associate and bachelor’s degree from Waldorf University, Vincent Harris knew he needed to put his education to good use. After climbing the ranks at the Henry County Fire Department in Georgia, where he now serves as captain, he decided to learn how to write grants.

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