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Fall 2016 Kick Off

We want to extend an enthusiastic welcome to all TRDV students! We’re so excited to have you join us as we get back to class this week. Whether you spent your summer cheering on your favorite baseball team, chasing Pokémon, … Continue reading

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On Summer Break Until Classes Resume on 8/29

See you back here on 8/29.

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Spring 2016 Graduates and Award Winners

On April 21 the Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies hosted the 2016 Student Awards ceremony. Jennifer Lewellen (pictured above) and Margaret O’Donnell  (not pictured) were both awarded the Best Master’s Portfolio, Master of Arts in Organization Development. Micah … Continue reading

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Careers in Training and Organization Development- Alumni Panel Discussion

Join the Graduate Program in Training and Development for a panel discussion with alumni about their paths from graduation to a successful career. They’ll share career advice, thoughts on setting professional goals, industry trends, best practices in networking, and how … Continue reading

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TRDV Student Wins ATDChi Dr. Deborah Colky Scholarship Award

Kimberly Isley-Pesto was recently presented with ATDChi’s Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award. Kimberly is a student in the Graduate Program in Training and Development preparing to graduate in fall 2015. ATDChi’s Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award … Continue reading

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Looking for Students to Join Our Organization

Do you have pioneer spirit? Looking for a resume booster? I’m looking to start the very first virtual student organization in Roosevelt University history! Join me in this inaugural year to build a TRDV Student Organization.  As a first semester graduate … Continue reading

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Welcome Back!

Welcome back to students, faculty, and alumni! The start of a new semester always brings a sense of anticipation about new possibilities. This semester is no different as we begin the 2015-16 academic year with some exciting changes and additions: … Continue reading

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