Embry-Riddle Worldwide to Launch Four New Degrees Beginning This Fall

The Worldwide Campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is introducing four new online degrees in the areas of homeland security, project management, aviation maintenance and aerospace engineering - with some being offered as soon as this summer.
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Embry-Riddle Worldwide students from across Europe traveled to Germany, to participate in the annual Worldwide European Commencement Ceremony. The event was held at the scenic Lufthansa Conference & Hotel located an hour from Frankfurt. Out of the 13 Worldwide campuses in Europe, 109 graduates received diplomas. 
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All students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are invited to honor and remember those lost or injured in the tragic shooting in Orlando at a memorial vigil Thursday, June 16, at 4 p.m. in the Center for Faith and Spirituality on the Daytona Beach Campus. There will be an opportunity to light a candle in remembrance. Everyone is welcome to share their thoughts and offer encouragement and prayers.  In the event that an Embry-Riddle student, faculty, staff member or alumnus is among the victims in this heartbreaking tragedy, please send information to the Dean of Students Office at (386) 226-6326 or dbdos@erau.edu. 
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Dear University Community: There are really no words one can offer to convey the feelings we have for the senseless loss of precious lives in Orlando early Sunday morning. Those of us at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University realize how close Orlando is to Daytona Beach, but proximity is not the issue—it is how close in age, background, and experiences these victims are to our students and to young adults the world over. With sadness we imagine what was ahead of them in their futures. 
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​Construction is now complete on the Prescott Campus' brand new residence hall, Thumb Butte Apartments (T1). The 3-story facility features 66 units with 264 beds at double occupancy. There is a lounge and patio area on the first floor, a community lounge on the second floor and a fitness center on the third floor. The hall also offers beautiful views of the surrounding area, including Granite Mountain, Willow Lake, Granite Dells and the city of Prescott. "I think students will appreciate the full kitchen with extra storage and counter space," said Jason Langston, director of Housing and Residence Life. "Additionally, the hall has an overall modern feel to it whereas the other halls on campus have a more traditional look and feel."
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In 1936, British mathematician Alan Turing would publish one of the most important papers in the history of technology. Now recognized as the foundation of computer science, Turing invented the idea of a ‘Universal Machine’ which could decode and perform any set of instructions it was given. Ten years later, he would turn those plans into a plan for an actual electronic computer. In 1950, he developed the Turing Test, designed to test a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior in comparison to that of a human. It would become one of the foundations in the philosophy of artificial intelligence. Turing, who was born on this day in 1912, would go on to pioneer ideas in other areas such as mathematics and theoretical biology, is also known for aiding the British government to help break the codes of the famous German Enigma machine during World War II. To learn more about Turing, check out these eight things you didn’t know about him.
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Are you wondering if you really have the time to earn a degree? The idea of adding school to an already full plate of responsibilities may seem overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be! No matter how busy you are, you CAN find a way to win back hours in your day with an effective time management strategy. Here are a few ways to get started:
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