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This recent HBR article suggests that the quality of patient care may improve, while costs may decrease given recent developments in applied learning analytics. A component of this improvement is the fact that technology is enabling the sharing of information between patient and provider. Also, this technology will be adaptive in that it will also enable the dynamic, real-time, discovery of patient trends through augmented analytics. Of course, "wearable technology" already offers similar benefits for other industries.
By Erik Bean, Ed.D.
Associate University Research Chair
The Chicago Campus organized its traditional Faculty Scholarship Day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 and 12 faculty members participated.
· Dr. John Kautenberger
· Dr. Lillie Hibbler-Britt
· Dr. Maryse Nazon
· Dr. Omer Pamukcu
· Dr. Sudesh Kannan
· Ed Montoya
· Elmer “Pete” Lewis
· Larry Myers
· Peggy Kozy
· Vivek Singhal
· Yin Kean
Pictures from the event are included below.
CEITR Researchers Dr. Lunthita Duthely, Dr. Sandra Nunn, and Dr.
On April 14, 2018, Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Chair of the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research, presented the results of her research on organizational diversity socialization (ODS) and new employee learning and engagement at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting in New York, New York. AERA is the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning.
Dr. Nandy’s primary area of research is in the financial performance of global companies. One of his research was on the evaluation of the financial performance of foreign companies in the form of their American Depository Repositories (ADRs) as listed in U.S. markets. Two conference papers and a journal article has been published on this topic in 2017 and 2018, a research endeavor supported by SAS OSS general research grant. One more article is currently under review in a journal. All these four research outputs are in collaboration and co-authored with Dr.
The SAS Alumni Special Interest Group will be hosting its second alumni presenter for its monthly webinar series featuring Dr. Daniel Roberts, a 26-year Army veteran. For this webinar, Dr. Roberts will discuss the opportunities he has been able to take advantage of since graduating with his doctorate as well as the support he’s received from University of Phoenix to enhance and build upon his research and scholarship activities.