Bryan University sponsors Annual Diabetes Walk at Knott's Berry Farm
The Bryan University Health & Fitness Department recently sponsored a team for the Knott's Berry Farm Annual Diabetes Walk. Over $1,000 was raised in support of diabetes research through the American Diabetes Association.
Bryan University participates in Principal for a Day
Bryan University President & Chief Academic Officer, John Kolacinski, served as the Principal of Canoga High School on Friday, October 12, 2012, as part of a joint Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and Los Angeles Unified School District initiative. To learn more, click here.
'Like' the Bryan University Facebook page and we'll donate to St. Jude Children's Hospital
At Bryan University, we believe that supporting worthy causes and giving back to the community is a vital element in achieving our mission. We invite you to take this opportunity to not only connect with us, but also support one of the leading children's research and treatment facilities further its mission. Please click here.
Bryan University Alumnus Pat Barkley featured in Journal of Court Reporting3/15/12
Fitness Trends For The New Year
1/4/12 - KTVQ News
The demand for fitness trainers is expected to boom over the next half-decade. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics determined that the "... jobs for fitness workers are expected to increase much faster than the average for all occupations [through 2018]." To learn more, click here.
Court Reporting Among Top 10 Best Legal Careers
2011- Sally Kane, About.com
“When most people consider a career in the legal field, they think of lawyers. However, a number of satisfying, lucrative legal career opportunities exist that do not require a time-consuming, expensive legal education.” Read more »
LA Fitnesss Expo Celebrates 9 Years
11/15/2011 – Los Angeles, CA
“California's largest fitness weekend allows attendees the opportunity to come face to face with celebrities, executives and fitness industry veterans. Over 300 of the most innovative companies in fitness will be on hand…” Read more »
Murder Trial Delayed – Shortage of Court Reporters
9/15/2011 – ABC News
“….Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens said in an order that there is a shortage of court reporters, and there is a delay in getting the transcript from Young's first trial completed.” Read more »
Former Court Reporter Wins Pulitzer
11/15/2011 – Julia Preston
“Julia Preston was a member of The New York Times team that won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for reporting …She was a federal courts reporter from May 2004 to March 2006. Previously she was deputy investigations editor from March 2003 to April 2004.” Read more »
How to Become a Personal Trainer
8/31/2011 – Melinda Fulmer, Second Act
“Have you ever thought, "If only I could get paid to do this!" when you were pressing weights at the gym or sweating into your third mile on the treadmill? You can, you know.” Read more »