The DOS program includes an internship experience, which is designed by the student to complement professional goals. Three DOS students recently presented summaries of their internship experiences.
By: Stephanie Davis, PhD
During November 16-20, 2016, Dr. Davis was invited to Okayama University of Science in Japan to present at an international conference on “Career Formation and Job Hunting Activities for Students in Japan, the U.S., China and South Korea” where two university faculty from each of the listed countries were invited to share practices that enhance workforce education and stakeholder relationships, and bridge the gap between higher education and workforce entry.
By Sheri Stover, PhD
Updates to EDT-8130, EDT-8140 and EDT-8250 look to use new technology and expert guest speakers to create courses that are more interactive and current for today’s students.
By Lindsey Steller, SAHE Student
On February 23, 2017 the SAHE program in collaboration with the Student Affairs Graduate Association, SAGA, welcomed more than 20 new cohort members to the Veterans and Military Center at a Meet and Greet event that provided new students the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue about the program, the profession, and the future of the cohorts.
By Mindy McNutt, PhD
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Master of Science in Leadership Development (MSLD) graduate Michael R. Roediger won the 2017 Graduate School Outstanding Alumni Award. Michael graduated in 2012 and currently serves as the Director and CEO of the Dayton Art Institute.
By Brenda Kraner, OL Program Director & Courtney Browning, Graduate Assistant
This fall, the OL 4950 capstone students worked in small groups at several organizations in order to apply leadership theories and practices to an organization’s real world problems.
By Roxanne DuViver, PhD
Students in Dr. Roxanne DuVivier’s Introduction to Student Affairs course learn first hand how institutional mission and values shape the role demands of Student Affairs professional practice.
By Yoko Miura, PhD
Two doctoral students in Organizational Studies, Linda Hockaday and Aaron Skira defended their dissertation proposals for the Spring 2017 semester.
By Stephanie Davis, PhD
As a result of meeting Dr. Stephanie Davis at a conference in Japan in November, two doctoral students, Ms. Miyuki Kikuchi and Ms. Chizuru Ishimine, from Japan requested visits to WSU to observe her teaching a hybrid course with face-to-face and Pilot Live collaborative discussions in an IVDL (interactive video distance learning) classroom, meet Career Tech teachers in the program, and visit Career Tech programs based on research interests.