Dr. Petra Robinson: co-editor of “Black Faculty in the Academy, Narratives for Negotiating Identity & Achieving Career Success”
Dr. Petra Robinson, Assistant Professor in the School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development, is co-editor of “Black Faculty in the Academy, Narratives for Negotiating Identity and Achieving Career Success,” which should be available in stores December 19, 2014. Congratulations, Dr. Robinson! We cannot wait to read this! Here is a link, with additional… Read More
Charles Beard received his master’s degree in Human Resource Education from Louisiana State University. He previously worked as a graduate assistant for Dr. Ed Holton in the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development. His teaching focuses on leadership development, needs assessment, and delivering human performance interventions within organizations. The School of Human Resource… Read More
On July 24, 2014, School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development faculty member Dr. Tracey Rizzuto and School of Social Work research associate Mary Ellen Brown presented a workshop entitled, “Connecting People & Building Community: Using Social Network Analysis and Ladders of Collaborations to Identify Common Threads that Connect Community Neighbors and Non-Profits.” The workshop was delivered in Washington D.C. to… Read More
The School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development’s Dr. Bates will become the Director of the International Studies Program at Louisiana State University, beginning August 1, 2014. The International Studies Program (ISP) aspires to elevate the awareness and understanding of the complexity and diversity of the contemporary world among students and faculty at LSU, and contribute… Read More
Earlier this month, Dr. Bates signed a cooperative agreement with the Escuela de Empresas of San Francisco de Quito University, located in Quito Ecuador, on behalf of the HR/IO Consultancy in the School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development. The agreement is designed to promote institutional collaboration, training-related research, and to advance corporate and… Read More
In April 2014, Dr. J.C. Bunch attended the Association for International Agricultural Education and Extension Research conference in Miami, FL. While at the conference, Dr. Bunch presented his work over faculty training in Liberia, Africa. Dr. Bunch’s work was recognized as one of three outstanding poster presentations.
Dr. Rizzuto: Co-chaired the Doctoral Consortium of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
On May 14, 2014, School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development’s own Dr. Tracey Rizzuto co-chaired the Doctoral Consortium of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (American Psychological Association Division 14) in Honolulu, Hawaii. The consortium featured premiere scholars and editorial from top journals in the field, and was attended by 35 doctoral student participants from around… Read More
Dr. Holton: Director of SHREWD will also be Interim Director of the School of Library & Information Science effective July 1, 2014
Dr. Ed Holton, Director of SHREWD, has agreed to serve as the Interim Director of SLIS, effective July 1, 2014. Dr. Holton’s prior experience as an Associate Director, Interim Associate Dean, and Director augments his reputation as an effective and objective leader, and he will add value to the School of Library & Information Science during this transitional… Read More
On May 28th, Dr. Tracey Rizzuto travelled with Baton Rouge leaders to attend a specialized training workshop with Dr. David Kennedy of the National Network for Safe Communities at the John Jay School for Criminal Justice (CUNY) City University of New York. http://theadvocate.com/news/police/9322214-123/br-leaders-travel-to-new
Dr. Petra Robinson and Dr. J.C. Bunch both just received the Tiger Athletic Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award! SHREWD is so pround of them both!