The Phoenix Scholar has just published its second issue. The second issue brings you over 20 articles about current research, scholarship, events, and interviews at the University of Phoenix, written by our leading scholars. Click on news title to download your copy and read more.
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Congratulations to Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Chair of the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research.
Kimberly recently completed her program, Executive Certificate in Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management, and received full certification from Georgetown University.
This week’s spotlight focuses on Dr. Joann Kovacich. She is a Dissertation Chair for the School of Advanced Studies (SAS). Dr. Kovacich received her Ph.D. from Northeastern University in Law, Policy, and Society, with a concentration in Culture and Health. She has used this degree as an applied cultural and medical anthropologist, ethnographer, consultant, program evaluator, and grant writer. Since 2007, Dr. Kovacich has also lent her expertise as a dissertation committee member and a faculty member teaching a variety of courses.
Featured Blog Posts
Fantastic Faculty! Conference Review: The 30th Annual Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference, February 26-27, Las Vegas, Nevada
by Walker Ladd
Servant Leadership and Systems Thinking (Pillar VI)
by Crystal Davis
This is the sixth installment in this series. In this series, we will review and highlight the seven pillars of servant leadership as described in the book, The Seven pillar of Servant Leadership: Practicing the Wisdom of Leading by Serving by Don Frick and James Sipe (2009). Please join us on this journey into Servant Leadership and learn how this leadership style can enhance and empower leaders across all industries to engage followers more authentically. Comments are always welcome!
Understanding the IRB: An Interview with Assistant Dean of Research Protection, Dr. Laura Brewer
by Walker Ladd
“Whatever is my right as a man is also the right of another; and it becomes my duty to guarantee as well as to possess.”
- Thomas Paine