Celebrating Accomplishments in 2018

Celebrating Accomplishments in 2018

Greetings CLSER Members,

It has been quite a year, with re-organizations, new processes, and many new members entering into CLSER. We would like to take a moment to pause and celebrate YOUR accomplishments throughout the 2018 year. Whether Faculty, Staff, or Doctoral Student, please take a moment to respond to this blog post, step into the light, and tell us your main scholarly and professional accomplishments for this past year.

As Chairs of the center, we are familiar with a few of the many, many articles, publications, conference presentations, books, and so much more which you ALL have achieved. This is our chance to come together as a scholarly community and offer each other a 'Hip Hip Horray!' for this year's accolades. This also acts as a reflection of the hard work we, as a research center, have done together. Showcasing your work not only demonstrates your hard work, but also demonstrates hard work by University of Phoenix, SAS, and CLSER Faculty, Staff, and Doctoral Students - for the online world to see.

Thank you in advance, and congratulations on your achievements!

Drs. Erik Bean, & Ryan Rominger

Associate Chairs of the Center for Leadership Studies & Educational Research

About the Author

Ryan Rominger, Ph.D., LCPC NCC



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