DeVry University Answers the Call to Reskill America With Complimentary Technology Skills-Building Video Series

Naperville, Ill – May 28, 2020 – With more Americans unemployed than at any time in recent history, upskilling and reskilling has become an urgent priority. Answering that call, DeVry University announced today the release of a complimentary Skills-Building Video Series that dives into some of the most in-demand technology and business skills in the workforce today, including coding with Python, data analytics, IOT fundamentals and even enhancing Excel skills for business. The self-paced videos empower students and professionals to develop and enhance highly sought-after, practical work skills for today’s difficult economy. 
 

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DeVry University Commits 100 Percent of CARES Act Funds to Students

Naperville, Ill, May 11, 2020 – DeVry University is announcing its commitment to distribute 100 percent of its federally allocated Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund funds from the CARES Act directly to students who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act funds are intended to help eligible students with additional expenses they have incurred due to the transition to remote learning and the disruption of campus operations as a result of COVID-19.
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Survey of DeVry University Students Reveals Ways to Reduce Transition Curve to Online Learning

Naperville, Ill – Apr. 28, 2020 – To help ease the transition from “traditional” in-classroom learning to online learning, DeVry University surveyed 4,000 of its online students last month on what best practices, tools and resources they would offer to new online learners, as well as what the benefits are to online learning. According to the survey, experienced online learners were more likely to recommend certain success strategies and tools for moving from traditional in-person to online learning that could be applicable to students moving online during the current healthcare situation.
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DeVry University Offers Complimentary Skills Development Courses

NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Apr.17, 2020 –During these uncertain times, DeVry University is providing two skills development training programs to the general public at no charge for a limited time. Upon successful completion of three modules within a training track, participants will earn a certificate of completion. These training sessions have traditionally been offered to education partners through DeVry’s workforce solutions group DeVryWORKS in an effort to help companies prepare their teams for the evolution of business in today’s global economy.
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DeVry University Offers Complimentary Professional Development Videos

NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Apr. 1, 2020 – On a 10-point scale of uncertainty, the world seems to be off the charts. This uncertainty is causing an enormous amount of stress and anxiety. In response, DeVry University is offering professional development videos tackling a variety of topics including self care, business communications, and other best practices specific to working in this time of crisis. The series will launch over the next several weeks; the first three videos are currently available to DeVry students, faculty, colleagues and to the general public.
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DeVry University’s Online Students Share Tips For All New e-Learners

NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Mar. 30, 2020 – As millions of American students find themselves moving online from traditional classrooms, they may be challenged by their new medium of learning and engaging. Whether its adaptability struggles, tech issues, time management or self-motivation, transitioning to online education can be opening up a whole new world and routine of learning for many.
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DeVry University Students Create Digital Games for Travelers at O’Hare Airport

Naperville, Ill. – Jan. 30, 2020 – Traveling through Chicago O’Hare International Airport during spring break? Travelers can stop by the Fly with Butch O’Hare family lounge, located near Gate F3 in Terminal 2. In addition to a play area for children, the lounge has custom-designed video games for young and adult travelers alike that were created and developed by DeVry University students in partnership with the Chicago Department of Aviation.
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DeVry University Alumni Receive People’s Choice Award at Global Tech Conference for their Solar Energy Tracking System

Long Beach, Calif. – Jan. 22, 2020 – Two recent local DeVry University graduates, David Palmer and Janio Moreno, were honored with the People’s Choice Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC). Palmer and Moreno received the award for their Solar Energy Tracking System, which is designed to collect, store and use clean renewable energy from the sun.
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DeVry University Student Receives CAMMY Award for Excellence in TV Production from PhillyCAM

Philadelphia, Pa. – Jan. 15, 2020 – When local DeVry University student, Ricky Clover, received a TV CAMMY Award for Excellence in Production by PhillyCAM for his computer-animated short film “Marky,” he was elated. Clover had been working on Marky for more than a year, spending all the time he could to complete his project at PhillyCAM, the Philadelphia Community Television training center, before reporting to his full-time security job on weekday afternoons.
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DeVry University Receives Guard-Friendly School Designation by the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations

Naperville, Ill. – Jan. 9, 2020 – DeVry University was selected by the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) to receive its inaugural Guard-Friendly School designation for the 2019-20 academic year. DeVry was among the first 30 higher learning institutions to receive the designation out of more than 480 eligible schools. The designation was created to recognize colleges, universities and trade schools who exceed the PNGAS’ criteria of creating a supportive learning environment that assists members of the Pennsylvania Guard in pursuing post-secondary degrees.
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