How’s that old saying go? “The more things change, the more they stay the same?”
Well, there’s probably some truth to that. Certainly the business equipment people use every day has evolved over time. But the fact remains that any equipment, regardless of what era it’s used in, needs a helping hand for maintenance, support and repair.
What does Superman, a sausage company entrepreneur, crooning singer, professional wrestler, legendary basketball coach and the “Mayhem Guy” from Allstate Insurance commercials have in common?
They’re all people who’ve made our Ultimate Deans List.
Yes, to celebrate the release of the most recent Moraine Park Technical College Dean’s List, we’ve compiled another special list of Deans just for fun. So, without further ado (that was just the perfect amount of ado, though, wasn’t it?) here’s a list of famous people with the first or last name Dean:
Nettie Jenkins from Flight for Life Fond du Lac Base recently ran a course I organized for our students that gave them hands-on experience about heart and lungs. To do so, our students dissected and examined pig hearts and lungs.
Now, if a picture is worth a thousand words, for those with a weak stomach, the one that might come to mind first is “yuck” when glancing through the images below.
Analytics, the process of examining large data sets to uncover patterns, is everywhere. And from Nursing to the NFL, “big data” is everywhere. But long before this term was coined, accountants were using data to discover trends.
Moraine Park Technical College is hosting a “Hiring and Resource” event for veterans on March 1.
The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the College’s Beaver Dam campus, 700 Gould Street, and is co-sponsored by Moraine Park and Dodge County Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Drug abuse we can talk about.
The list can go on and on. What we have a hard time to talk about is mental illness and yet 1 in 3 individuals suffer. Sadly some may suffer in silent or are told “our family takes care of our own problems” when recommending counseling.
Week 4 of the “Heroin Highway” lecture series on the West Bend Campus of Moraine Park was an evening of celebration. It celebrated the changes being made through the HOPE legislation and celebrated the recovery of six people who struggle with addiction. However, the evening started with a sobering reminder of where the struggles of addiction can lead.