His TQR presentation discussed specific ways that he has focused his research to serve both teachers and their students by illuminating ethical dilemmas.
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On February 13th, 2017 Dr. Scott WM Burrus presented at Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education "Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment the 2017 Virtual Conference."
Dr. Jared Padgett, Research Fellow at the Center for Healthcare Research, is the lead author of the recently published article, “Improving Patient Safety Through High Reliability Organizations.” This original research article reports results for a single case study that explored the introduction of a safety culture and subsequent improvements in patient safety in a reliability-seeking organization. Click here for the complete article.
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by Kimberly Underwood
Hello All! How in the world do I start my very first blog as the new chair of this center? With a huge “thank you,” of course! I reached out to you a few weeks ago and was overwhelmed by the genuinely warm welcome I received from this community. It was great speaking with many of you and I definitely look forward to connecting with those scheduled in upcoming weeks.
Thoughts for Doctoral Students: The Power of Writing
by Elizabeth Johnston
Writing well is required to assure success as a doctoral student. Strong writing skills will be needed in every single class and will become critical in writing the dissertation. Writing skills lie along a continuum with no ceiling (and possibly no floor either). So, everyone who writes, including an accomplished writer, strives for better writing.
Human Resources Analytics in the Workplace
by Kelley Donald
Human resources analytics are a compilation of techniques used to analyze and collect data pertaining to different aspects of the workplace in order to make informed decisions and predictions based on calculations from the data collected (Dlomu & Spears, 2015). These techniques act like a research project from the development of a research design and research questions, to using the correct data collection method and statistics (Levenson, 2005).