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How Accurate Are Crime Shows?
The "CSI effect" has long been a topic of discussion. According to the US Department of Justice, jurors are more or less likely to convict based on their expectations for scientific evidence, much of which has been influenced by crime television. If this is the case, where does fiction end and reality begin?
Working with the York Review
When most students sign up for a class, they expect lectures or maybe a few group projects or essays. They don’t expect the opportunity to run multiple campus publications. In the Publications Management course with Dr. Travis Kurowski, Associate Professor of Creative Writing, that’s exactly what you get.
The True Benefits of Learning Spanish
Studying Spanish provides a wealth of opportunity. There are many ways to incorporate the Spanish language into your travels, career, and day-to-day life—and beginning your educational journey is just the first step.
YCP@Work: Nursing Alumni
Get real-world insight into a career in nursing with York College Nursing alumni Joanna Marmo ‘19, Tara O’Malley ‘19, and Allison Witten ‘20.
The Top 5 Lessons I Learned...As a Spartan
Gabrielle Ingoglia '20 has spent four-and-a-half years of her life at York College of Pennsylvania. Now, as she prepares to graduate in December 2020, she's sharing some of the lessons learned during her time here.
YCP@Work: Courtney Miller, Respiratory Therapist
Courtney (Palla) Miller graduated from York College and WellSpan York Hospital’s joint respiratory care program in December 2016. She is currently a registered respiratory therapist at York Hospital’s pulmonary physiology lab.
Learning Habits of Great Teachers
Every teacher wants to make an impact with their students. While there are many ways great teachers achieve this, there are some habits they nearly all share. The best teachers present information to students in ways that maximize their understanding, yet also listen to their students and let them influence the shape of their own learning.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA): An Exciting and Fast-Growing Mental Health Career
Considering a career in mental health? Getting started can be both exciting and a little daunting. It is exciting because of the new experience, knowledge, and career prospects you hope to gain. Yet it can be daunting because of the wide array of programs and types of mental health careers that are out there. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a relatively new and rapidly growing mental health career that you might consider.