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The Savannah Business Report and Journal

6/16/2015

South University Prepares to Host Its Largest Commencement Ceremony

The Savannah Business Journal highlighted South University, Savannah’s upcoming commencement, the largest in the university’s history.

WJCL News

WJCL News

5/22/2015

South University reaffirms support for National Guard, Reserve employees

South University school officials signed a statement of support with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. All 15 South University campuses across the United States signed the pledge.

News To Live By

News To Live By

5/5/2015

Use This "Social Intelligence" Checklist to Land a Job

Vahick Yedgarian, professor of finance at Argosy University, Orange County in California was featured as an expert in an article published by News To Live By about tips for new grads on landing a job. Yedgarian says recent grads need strong interpersonal skills to leave a lasting impression.

HOMBRE magazine

3/2/2015

THE ART INSTITUTES Presents Daniela Ramirez Fall 2015 Collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

HOMBRE magazine features Daniela Ramirez (Bachelor of Fine Arts, Fashion Design, The Art Institute of California–San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, 2014) and her debut at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015.

Charlotte Observer

Charlotte Observer

2/25/2015

Why the hint of change? Society’s balancing, says out Fashion Sherpa

Mike Watson, a faculty member who teaches fashion marketing and design at The Art Institute of Charlotte, a campus of South University, talks about cultural changes taking place and how they are influencing the fashion industry.

FOX 6 Wisconsin

FOX 6 Wisconsin

2/20/2015

Tips for creating a signature cocktail

Alisa Malavenda, a culinary instructor at The Art Institute of Wisconsin, shares her tips and tricks for creating a signature cocktail.

Houston Chronicle - Online

Houston Chronicle - Online

2/20/2015

Academy, Art Institute student designers show at Fashion Week

The Houston Chronicle features the looks of students from Art Institutes schools that were chosen to debut their fashions at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015.

San Francisco Chronicle (SFGate.com)

San Francisco Chronicle (SFGate.com)

2/19/2015

Academy, Art Institute student designers show at Fashion Week

The San Francisco Chronicle features the looks of students from Art Institutes schools that were chosen to debut their fashions at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015.

Good Morning America

Good Morning America

2/18/2015

Paralyzed Teen Megan Silcott Walks in New York Fashion Week

Good Morning America features the story of Megan Silcott, a teenager who woke up one morning paralyzed. She is living out her dream of becoming a model by walking in The Art Institutes system of schools’ fashion show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015. She is wearing the looks of Nina Perdomo, a student studying toward an Associate of Applied Arts in Fashion Design at The Art Institute of New York City.

ABC News Radio

2/18/2015

Paralyzed Teen Walks in New York Fashion Week

ABC News Radio features the story of Megan Silcott, a teenager who woke up one morning paralyzed. She is living out her dream of becoming a model by walking in The Art Institutes system of schools’ fashion show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week 2015. She is wearing the looks of Nina Perdomo, a student studying toward an Associate of Applied Arts in Fashion Design at The Art Institute of New York City.

Village Voice

Village Voice

2/18/2015

Young Mexican Designer Achieves Dream of Showcasing Works at New York Fashion Week

The Village Voice features Yalary Fuentes (Associate of Applied Science, Fashion Design, The Art Institute of New York City, 2014) and her inspirations for her fashions she debut at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015.

Georgia Public Broadcasting's "On Second Thought"

2/10/2015

South University Faculty Member Asked for Expert Analysis of Proposed Changes to Georgia's 'No-Knock Warrant' Law

Georgia Public Broadcasting's "On Second Thought" program tapped criminal justice instructor Tom Cannon for his insight as lawmakers weighed changes to a law that allows police to enter a home with no warning.

Georgia Public Broadcasting

2/9/2015

South University, Savannah Faculty Member Weighs in on Corruption Prison Sentence for Former Police Chief

Georgia Public Broadcasting used the expertise of criminal justice faculty member Tom Cannon to explain the repercussions of former Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Chief Willie Lovett's prison sentence on corruption charges.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

2/4/2015

These two teenagers can cook you under the dinner table

Michael Roll, the academic director of culinary arts and baking pastry at The Art Institute of Washington, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, talks about options for young chefs to hone their early culinary skills, sometimes in career-focused programs offered by their high schools.

Fitbie.com

1/15/2015

The Best and Worst Diets of 2015

Chef Andrew Dole, a culinary instructor at The Art Institute of Colorado, gives his insight on the DASH diet.

FOX 6 Wisconsin

FOX 6 Wisconsin

1/12/2015

Want to be a bartender? Tips, tricks for making, pouring drinks

FOX 6 Wisconsin gets a behind the scenes look at a bartending class offered for students at The Art Institute of Wisconsin.

The Advocate

The Advocate

4/18/2014

Syfy competition gives Baton Rouge native a shot at Jim Henson job

Robert Bennett, 2004 alumni of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh who earned an Associate of Science degree in Industrial Design, and Chaz Vance, 2007 Ai Pittsburgh alumni who earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design, will be competing on the new reality series Jim Henson’s Creature Shop. The show debuted March 25 on the SyFy channel.

Learn more about Jim Henson’s Creature Shop.

Read Robert Bennett and Chaz Vance’s full bios.

Animation Career Review

Animation Career Review

4/17/2014

Top 25 Animation Schools on the West Coast – 2014

Animation Career Review released a list of top animation schools on the West Coast for 2014. The article listed The Art Institute of California—Los Angeles, a campus of Argosy University, The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, The Art Institute of Portland and The Art Institute of Seattle as being in the top 25 schools.

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review

3/11/2014

Art Institute Ranked in Top 10 Schools to Study Game Design

The Art Institute of Vancouver was ranked in the top 10 schools to study game design by The Princeton Review – one of the nation’s most well known education service companies.

Read the full story and view the top 25 lists here.

Whirl Magazine

Whirl Magazine

2/24/2014

13 Under 30

Brent Hugus, a 2007 graduate of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design, was named by Pittsburgh's Whirl Magazine as one of the region's 13 most influential professionals under the age of 30 during 2014.

See the full article to read Hugus’ story along with the other 12 individuals making their mark on Pittsburgh.

The Art Institutes Announces Partnership with the James Beard Foundation to Provide Scholarships for Culinary Students

The Art Institutes Announces Partnership with the James Beard Foundation to Provide Scholarships for Culinary Students

2/20/2014

The Art Institutes Announces Partnership with the James Beard Foundation to Provide Scholarships for Culinary Students

The Art Institutes system of schools announces the national partnership with the James Beard Foundation to fund scholarships for aspiring culinary students.   Two Friends of James Beard Benefit dinners will celebrate the beginning of the partnership at The Art Institute of Houston on May 10, 2014 and at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh on May 31, 2014.

Brown Mackie College System Of Schools Signs On To Clinton Global Initiative "Commitment To Action" With Smart Horizons Career Online Education And ed2go, Launching New High School Scholarship Program

Brown Mackie College System Of Schools Signs On To Clinton Global Initiative "Commitment To Action" With Smart Horizons Career Online Education And ed2go, Launching New High School Scholarship Program

1/14/2014

Brown Mackie College System Of Schools Signs On To Clinton Global Initiative "Commitment To Action" With Smart Horizons Career Online Education And ed2go, Launching New High School Scholarship Program

Sixty-four scholarships will enable young adults to earn high school diplomas through the newly announced partnership of Brown Mackie College system of schools and Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) “Commitment to Action” program.  Brown Mackie College will also offer scholarship recipients the opportunity to take their Career Online High School classes in computer labs at Brown Mackie College facilities.

Career College Central

Career College Central

11/19/2013

GI Jobs Magazine Honors Education Management Corporation Schools

Schools from all four of Education Management Corporation's education systems have been selected by GI Jobs Magazine to be included in its list of Military Friendly Schools for 2014. Argosy University, Brown Mackie College system of schools, South University and 34 of The Art Institutes schools were selected based on their efforts to recruit and retain military and veteran students and academic accreditations.

Sacramento Business Journal

Sacramento Business Journal

10/23/2013

Argosy University Announces Approval of Center for Learning Innovation and New Competency-Based Master of Business Administration Program

Argosy University was granted approval from the Senior College and University Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges to offer a competency-based Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The launch of the competency-based MBA program will be the first initiative of the Argosy University Center for Learning Innovation-a center dedicated to introducing personalized and inventive practices to meet the changing needs of students and employers in higher education.

Argosy University is accredited by the Senior College and University Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, California, 94501).

Detroit Free Press

10/8/2013

Livonia native cooks on ‘Top Chef’ Season 11

http://www.freep.com/article/20131008/ENT08/310080129/Top-Chef-contestant-Aaron-Livonia

Aaron Cuschieri, a 2011 Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts graduate from The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Michigan is among the competitors of season 11 of Bravo’s competition cooking show, “Top Chef.” Cushieri reflects on the first challenge of “cooking in a swamp” and the outrageous ingredients he worked with.

NYFW: Latino Students Make Debut At Fashion Week

NYFW: Latino Students Make Debut At Fashion Week

9/26/2012

Nelson Tavarez and Luisina Victoria, 2012 graduates with an Associate of Applied Science in Fashion Design, along with Joshuan Aponte, a current student in the Associate of Applied Science in Fashion Design degree program whom represented Latino students at The Art Institute of New York City, participated in Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City showing off their individual collections.

HartfordBusiness.com

HartfordBusiness.com

7/26/2012

Obama Administration gives for-profit colleges an 'A'

This article, authored by Randy Proto, CEO of American Institutes Holdings LLC, a group of five schools including Fox Institute in West Hartford, asks the question:  do private-sector educators meet the criteria necessary for students attending these schools’ programs to receive federal loans and grants?

WAKA-TV CBS 8

WAKA-TV CBS 8

6/21/2012

First Nursing Class Graduates from South University, Searches for "High Demand" RN Jobs


The story features South University Montgomery campus’ first graduating nursing class and the opportunities they are competing for.

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal

6/12/2012

Student Loans and Double Standards; The new rule on 'gainful employment' exempts nonprofit schools.

An editorial in The Wall Street Journal on June 12, 2012, took aim at the Education Department’s new gainful employment rule that goes into effect in July, asking the question: Why does the “Administration's new student-loan rule apply to for-profit colleges, but not nonprofits?” The editorial goes on to say “if President Obama really cares about fairness, he'd level the regulatory field between career colleges and nonprofits.”

Career College Central Magazine

Career College Central Magazine

6/1/2012

At a time of intense scrutiny and unprecedented challenges, these leaders continue to make a difference in career education

The article highlights commentary by Anthony J. Guida Jr., EDMC’s Senior Vice President – External Affairs, and the company’s impact on students and higher education.

Suburban Journals – St. Louis

Suburban Journals – St. Louis

5/22/2012

Streets of St. Charles About to Come Alive

A feature on the opening of The Art Institute of St. Louis, with its first day of classes slated for July 9. The new school will be surrounded by many local retail and entertainment businesses, providing opportunities for the new students to gain experience in culinary, fashion, design, and media arts.

Savannah Morning News

Savannah Morning News

5/2/2012

Anesthesiologist Assistant students raise money to save lives in African operating rooms


Students in South University’s Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiologist Assistant program partnered with the non-profit LifeBox Foundation to raise money to give pulse oximeters to hospitals in Africa.

WQED

WQED

4/19/2012

Pittsburgh 360° - Behind the Line at The International Culinary Schools

WQED Multimedia creates, produces and distributes quality programs, products and services to engage, inform, educate and entertain the public within its community and around the world. WQED was the nation's first community-supported television station and went on the air on April 1, 1954.

In this segment, WQED’s Chris Fennimore goes back to class to meet students at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.

Fort Worth Business Press

Fort Worth Business Press

4/3/2012

New College to Open in Bedford

Brown Mackie College – Dallas will open its doors to new students on July 2, 2012. The new school will be the second location in Texas, following Brown Mackie College – San Antonio, opened in 2010.

Chicago Law Review

Chicago Law Review

3/23/2012

Volume 79, Issue 1 (Winter 2011)

Higher Education’s Gainful Employment and 90/10 Rules: Unintended “Scarlet Letters” for Minority, Low-Income, and Other At-Risk Students

EDMC’s Senior Vice President of External Affairs Tony Guida recently co-authored an in-depth look at Gainful Employment for the Chicago Law Review. He served as lead author on an article entitled Higher Education’s Gainful Employment and 90/10 Rules: Unintended “Scarlet Letters” for Minority, Low-Income, and Other At-Risk Students, published as part of a University of Chicago Law Review Symposium: Understanding Education in the United States, 79 U. Chi. L. Rev. 131 (2012).

Stars and Stripes

Stars and Stripes

3/16/2012

Military families deserve access to career colleges

Stars and Stripes, a multimedia news organization providing independent news and information to the U.S. military community, recently published this guest column by Robert Jackson, executive director of Washington-based Military Families United. Military Families United is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to “honor the fallen, support those who fight, and serve their families.

In the column Mr. Jackson discusses the partnership between Military Families United and The Art Institutes to provide a scholarship program specifically for military spouses to augment their earned benefits.

Charleston Regional Business Journal

Charleston Regional Business Journal

3/8/2012

Art Institutes offering scholarships for military spouses

The Charleston Regional Business Journal, a biweekly newspaper serving senior level, business decision-makers in the Charleston, ran a story looking at The Art Institute of Charleston’s partnership with a military service member nonprofit organization to offer four scholarships for the spouses of military service members. The Art Institute of Charleston is a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta.

Community Impact Newspaper

Community Impact Newspaper

3/6/2012

"South University dedicates Austin campus, unveils plans for growth"


The article discusses the opening of South University’s Austin campus and its impact it will have on higher education in the area.

Community Impact News

Community Impact News

3/5/2012

South University dedicates Austin campus, unveils plans for growth

On March 5, 2012, South University – Austin hosted it campus dedication, celebrating the school’s opening in central Texas. Read the Community Impact Newspaper (Round Rock, TX) coverage of the event, which featured Texas State Representative Larry Gonzales as keynote speaker.

Military Advanced Education Magazine

Military Advanced Education Magazine

3/1/2012

University Corner: EDMC Online Higher Education

For their March issue, Military Advanced Education (MAE) Magazine, a journal analyzing the latest trends, issues and programs in military education, interviewed EDMC’s Lisa Rich. Ms. Rich serves as Director of Military Relations at EDMC Online Higher Education.

Streetinsider.com

Streetinsider.com

2/14/2012

Education Management Corporation (EDMC) Welcomes Lieutenant General John (Jack) W. Bergman, a Strong Advocate for Student-Veterans' Educational Opportunities and Academic Success

StreetInsider.com, a next-generation financial news analysis service giving readers an 'inside' look at Wall Street, spotlighted EDMC's welcoming of Lieutenant General John (Jack) W. Bergman, United States Marine Corps (retired).

KFMB-TV

KFMB-TV

1/9/2012

Brown Mackie College Family of Schools Selected as a 2012 Military Friendly School

For the second consecutive year, the Brown Mackie College family of schools has received the honor and was selected as a Military Friendly school by G.I. Jobs Magazine. The school system now appears on the 2012 list of Military Friendly Schools honoring the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America's veterans as students.

Round Rock (TX) Leader

Round Rock (TX) Leader

11/11/2011

New Options Are Now Offered in Higher Education

The Round Rock Leader, a newspaper covering suburban Austin, TX, printed this feature on the new South University – Austin’s first day of classes in November 2011. Reprint permission granted by the Round Rock Leader.

Troy Patch (Troy, Michigan)

Troy Patch (Troy, Michigan)

10/27/2011

Art Institute of Michigan Celebrates New Troy Campus

The local community of Troy, Michigan was excited to welcome The Art Institute of Michigan-Troy during the school's grand opening on October 26, 2011. The school features an "intimate learning environment and a central location" for students to have a personalized education. Local businesses were also energized by the idea of partnering with the campus's talented students and experienced faculty.

CapitolBeatOK (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

CapitolBeatOK (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

9/23/2011

Todd Lamb, Ed Shadid Offer Support as Brown Mackie College – Oklahoma City Holds Grand Opening

CapitolBeatOK, a nonpartisan Oklahoma news service, ran a story on the grand opening of Brown Mackie College – Oklahoma City, citing the new school's praise by local and state leaders.

Oklahoma City Business Journal

Oklahoma City Business Journal

9/20/2011

Brown Mackie Celebrates OKC Grand Opening

OKCBiz, a monthly business magazine distributed to more than 5,000 young, influential, affluent business decision makers who live and work in Central Oklahoma, shined the spotlight on the new Brown Mackie College – Oklahoma City campus.

CandGNews.com (Warren, MI)

CandGNews.com (Warren, MI)

9/14/2011

Commercial Arts College Opens In Troy

C and G News, a metro Detroit newspaper outlet, heralded the arrival of the new Art Institute of Michigan – Troy, quoting John Mazzoni, president of The Art Institutes, and Turner Berg, campus director.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

8/23/2011

What EDMC Got

In a letter to the editor, Education Management Corporation's Sr. Vice President of External Affairs, Tony Guida, responded to a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review story. Mr. Guida emphasized the company's commitment to the city and state to create 600 jobs over three years and invest $27.9 million in private funds to expand operations and construct a new data center in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Since July 1, 2009, EDMC has created 461 new jobs and invested $41 million in private funds.

BirminghamMagazine.com

BirminghamMagazine.com

8/11/2011

Bite-Size Education

Continuing education—and, in fact, establishing a new college campus—is Roger Rocha's forte. The president at one the newest Brown Mackie College's is profiled in Birmingham Magazine.