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Congratulations! The Graduate Program in Training and Development is proud to announce the following fall 2015 graduates: Elizabeth Ball Maya Beaudette Diana DiMeo Maxine Garcia Lynda Hurwitz Debra Knight Amy Lyons Paulina Merino Kellie Mount Jenny Patrick Courtney Paretzkin Gina … Continue reading
by Vince Cyboran, Ed.D. Once upon a time, there was a New Yorker cover entitled “View of the World from 9th. Avenue.” It depicted a map of the United States with detail of NYC extending to the Hudson River, and … Continue reading
We are continuing our tradition of officially being on hiatus during the summer term. However, we will publish an occasional article, but not on a regularly scheduled basis. Faculty are busy researching, writing, and teaching. Our graduate assistant and blog … Continue reading
Congratulations to: Ruth Black Amy Lyons Maureen Yakovac They each won a $50.00 Amazon gift card for enrolling the first week of registration.
There is an odd meme circulating that might be summed up as: Young people today are SO technical. Nothing could be further from the truth. Young people—Millennials—today are no more ‘technical’ than young people of prior generations. Each generation is … Continue reading
As a hiring manager, one of the questions I always asked candidates was “How do you keep up in the field?” There is no one right answer to this question, but there are many variations on wrong answers to the … Continue reading