Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations

Newsletter

Spring 2017
By Carol Patitu, PhD
Congratulations to all of the CEHS award recipients from the Leadership Studies Department!
Spring 2017
By Sharon Heilmann, PhD and Courtney Browning, Graduate Assistant
On Wednesday, April 12th, the Graduate School presented the annual Graduate Student Excellence Awards to honor a select number of graduate students for their outstanding achievements. JoAnne Christie, Master of Science, Leadership Development (MSLD) student, was one of the few selected to receive this award based on her research and community outreach.
Spring 2017
By Courtney Browning, Graduate Assistant
Congratulations to Dr. Noah Schroeder for being selected as the recipient of the Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence: Early Career Achievement Award! This award recognizes excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service during the formative years (the first four years) of a junior faculty member’s initial appointment and nominees must successfully contribute to all three areas.
Fall 2016
By Carol Patitu, PhD
Hello everyone, I hope the fall semester has been enjoyable and productive for you. We have certainly been busy and enjoying every moment. We are ecstatic about the ongoing success of our students. Weekly we hear of success stories of our students, faculty and alumni across the programs in our department. We hope you enjoy reading about other stories on our website.
Fall 2016
By Courtney Browning, Graduate Assistant
On September 30th, Team IDDL and The Pizza Rats of the Leadership Studies Department came ready to compete at the annual CEHS Trivia Night held during Wright State University’s Homecoming.
Fall 2016
By Corey Seemiller, PhD
This fall marks the beginning of the new Organizational Leadership Honors Scholar Designation. The designation, offered in conjunction with the University Honors Program, is designed to challenge students to take their learning to the next level by engaging deeply in an experience that enhances their leadership knowledge and skills beyond the core curriculum.
Fall 2016
By Anne Dittmann, Graduate Assistant
On Friday, September 30th, the Organizational Leadership team hosted a successful event for current students to connect with alumni and faculty in an informal setting.
Fall 2016
By Dan Noel, Ph.D.
It is ideal when an Organizational Leadership (OL) student can apply his or her learning with real-life applications. Such is the case with Alicia Ault, who used her service experience during the OL4020: Community-Based Learning course as a way to expand her skills and knowledge from her full-time career.
Fall 2016
By Sheri Stover, Ph.D.
The very first group of Educational Technology students majoring in the concentrations of Instructional Design for Digital Learning (IDDL) or Health Professional Applications (HPA) graduated with their Master’s degree this past spring.
Fall 2016
By Suzanne Franco, Ed.D.
The first doctorate degrees for the Organizational Studies Doctoral Program were awarded in May and August of 2016.

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