While the number of University of Phoenix presenters at this year’s 2016 Annual International Leadership Association (ILA) Atlanta conference was small, their scholarship made big gains and much visibility.
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Drs. Rominger and Bean have recently been appointed as associate university research chairs at the University of Phoenix Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research (CLSER).
School of Advanced Studies Student Jim Turner, on the cusp of earning his University of Phoenix Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership degree (A Heuristic Study of Servant Leadership in the Military) has much to celebrate this fall. Davenport University has selected Jim for its coveted “Excellence in Teaching” award where he is a full-time business management instructor for the Lansing and Grand Rapids, Michigan campuses.
The keynote will address their 2015-16 class of Science & Technology Policy Fellows.
We are excited to announce that the call for proposals is now open for the International Leadership Association’s Women and Leadership Affinity Group’s Biennial Conference, to be held at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York from June 11 – 14, 2017.
Detroit Campus Director Janice Cardwell, Ph.D. and Bonnie Ellis, Ph.D., academic affairs director, led a critical role at this year’s Knowledge Without Boundaries (KWOB) June annual conference hosted by the School of Advanced Studies...
Get to know Ron Hutkin, life-long educator and present-day SAS dissertation chair.
Three University of Phoenix affiliates have answered the Association of Leadership Educators (ALE) call for 2016 submissions and are now Sacramento bound! Congratulations to Carol A. Holland, Ed.D., SAS full-time faculty and chair, Jan Cardwell, Ph.D., University of Phoenix Detroit Campus director, and Rique Vaca, D.M., center affiliate.
Chris Poole, a School of Advanced Studies student, hosted a prevention conference in partnership with tribal, federal, and state partners. The conference provided information and resources to help tribes develop culturally-competent alcohol and drug abuse prevention strategies.
The latest installment for the Advancing the Practitioner’s Professional Life (APPLe) series from the Education Research Centers.