The School of Advanced Studies Alumni Special Interest Group is excited to announce the start of new feature which will highlight the professional and scholarship advancements of our alumni. Alumni are encouraged to let the SAS Alumni SIG know "how they are doing" by following the directions below. A monthly SAS Alumni Spotlight Profile will be published within the SIG group of the Research Hub.
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Congratulations to Art! Alum (DMIST) and research fellow Dr. Arturo Trejo collaborates with the University of Austria and publishes a book regarding Emotional Intelligence. The book is in German.
On May 30, 2018, Dr. Delaney will share his successes and failures of obtaining a doctorates degree and learning to apply the knowledge acquired to a practical world. The audience can expect to learn about the realities of implementing the scholarship, practitioner, leadership model in the 21st century. Dr. Delaney will expound on techniques for proper planning and preparations for developing deliverables and outcomes while making a collective impact as well as discuss the power of internal motivation and emotional intelligence.
CEITR affiliates including faculty, alumni, students and collaborators from other universities reported a number of new publications this spring. This article will highlight some of their accomplishments. Watch for more news about the many accomplishments of CEITR affiliates.
Connelly, J. & Miller, P (2018). Improving learning outcomes for higher education through smart technology. International Journal of Conceptual Structures and Smart Applications (in press) (IJCSSA) 6 (1)
Eleven research teams and individual researchers from the CEITR Center at the University of Phoenix will represent UOP at the 2018 annual Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) conference at Kansas City, Missouri on October 23 - October 27, 2018. This year’s convention theme is Learning for All.
Research team members are composed of SAS faculty members and alumni, and/or faculty from other colleges or universities. A collaborative team including SAS and University of Montana members developed the paper for a concurrent session.