Dr. Sunyoung Park has co-authored the published “Influential Factors for Teachers’ Creativity: Mutual Impacts of Leadership, Work Engagement, and Knowledge Creation Practices,” Bae S.H., Song, J.H., Park, S., & Kim, H.K. (2013). This article was first published online on November 14, 2013. You can read and enjoy the article at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/piq.21153/abstract
The Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health, held November 10-13 in Recife, Brazil, focused on sharing evidence-based advances and eliciting new political commitments for Human Resources for Health (HRH) with the goal of accelerating progress towards universal health coverage and attainment of the health Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The conference brought together nearly 1,500 health… Read More
Dr. Tracey Rizzuto, Associate Professor in SHREWD, was a featured panelist at the conference “Creative Pathways for Modern Learners,” sponsored by the Louisiana Board of Regents and its Electronic Learning Task Force. Congratulations to Dr. Rizzuto for this honor and making us all look good!
SHREWD doctoral students, Nicole Cannonier and Vicky Katsioloudes, designed and facilitated a training workshop at the LSU 2013 Multicultural Student Leadership Conference, on Saturday November 2nd. Their presentation, titled “In Pursuit of Leadership Credentials: An Interactive Session for LSU Undergraduate Students” examined the importance of… Read More
Dr. Sunyoung Park has co-authored the following article: Influential factors for knowledge creation practices of CTE teachers: mutual impact of perceived school support, transformational leadership, and work engagement. Here is the link to the article. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12564-013-9283-8
The Journal of Teaching in Social Work has recently published an article by some of the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development’s current and past faculty and students. The article is titled ‘A National Research Survey of Technology Use in the BSW Teaching and Learning Process,’ and can be viewed at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08841233.2013.833577.
On Wednesday October 30th, LEAD HRE in association with the organization’s faculty advisor Dr. Michael F. Burnett prepared a “Meet the Faculty” event from 11.30am-1pm at 212 Efferson. During the meeting SHREWD faculty and students had the opportunity to present and share their research interests and discuss future collaborative projects. A special thanks to all… Read More
Dr. Bates, Professor in the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development, has just returned from a CHART meeting in Kingston, Jamaica. CHART, Caribbean HIV AIDS Regional Training, is a Network’s Regional Training Strategy. Dr. Bates has been the Human Resources Health Advisor for CHART since January 2013, with CHART’s focus to facilitate health system strengthening training… Read More
Dr. Petra Robinson, Assistant Professor in the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development, has a journal article that has been accepted for publication in The International Journal of Literacies. Her article is titled “Family Literacy Programs”. These Common Ground journals are internationally recognized and indexed in major databases around the world. The department… Read More
On Tuesday, October 15, 2013, from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m., the Curriculum Theory Project in the College of Human Sciences and Education will be sponsoring a Brown Bag Lunch Series in 225 Peabody Hall. Dr. Petra Robinson, Assistant Professor in the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development, will be the featured researcher… Read More