Posts tagged ‘Breen Center’

Dr. Josephson Participates on Panel to Discuss Her Book Chapter

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, will participate on a panel during the Virtual Learning Environments and Employability conference Nov. 16. Her presentation highlighted her recent chapter, Minding the Competency Gap From College to Career: The Value of Virtual Teaming and VLEs for Skill Development (pp. 268–288), which she wrote for Developments in Virtual Learning Environments and the Global Workplace. Dr. Josephson will be joined on the panel by faculty from the United Kingdom (Robert Gordon University), Canada (Providence University College), and the United States (Baylor University).

Dr. Josephson Interviewed, Published, and Awarded Fellowship

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, was interviewed for a second time by the Consumer Choice Center and was awarded an adjunct research fellowship.

Dr. Josephson also published two pieces for the Foundation for Economic Education, Warren Buffet Just Snubbed the Social Responsibility Craze and A Brief History of Corporate Social Responsibility.

Dr. Josephson Published again in University Business

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, published “4 principles for prioritizing innovation and socialization in higher ed” on University Business. Dr. Josephson four areas of innovation that institutions should adopt “To get out of the academic rut, or prevent backtracking to it…”  

Dr. Josephson Guests on Internationally Syndicated Show, Published in FEE

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success & assistant professor of business administration, discussed two of her recent publications with the co-hosts of the Consumer Choice Radio Show, whose founding office is in Belgium. One of the articles she discussed, Why Competition is the Antidote to Big Tech’s Bad Behavior, Not Politicians, was published Feb. 13, by the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).

Drs. Delavan and Josephson Quoted in LebTown

Dr. Will Delavan, associate professor of economics, and Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, were quoted in the LebTown article, “Ruby Tuesday now ‘ghost kitchen’ for delivery-focused seafood franchise

Dr. Josephson Provides Commentary for PA Capital-Star

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, published a commentary piece, “Here’s how to combat politically charged office watercooler chat,” in the PA Capital-Star. The piece also was picked up by Patch.

Mason Named Chamber Director

Brynn Mason, director of the Breen Center for Graduate Success, was appointed to a three-year term on the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors. She completed a partial term previously. Trevor Williams ’07 also was named first vice chair.

Dr. Josephson’s Advice Piece Published by University Business

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson’s “How to prepare for protest potential on campus,” was published by University Business Sept. 9. Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, detailed “four strategies for empowering students and confronting uncertainty in an era of student unrest”.

Dr. Josephson’s Advice Published on Quartz

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson’s, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, article, “Do not underestimate the power of company swag at a time like this,” was published by Quartz. 

Dean Randall Pens “Small Talk” Advice for Quartz

Matthew Randall, associate dean, Edward and Lynn Breen Center for Graduate Success, published “A Lost Art: How to make small talk even if it scares you” on the career guidance site Quartz at Work. Among his starting principles were to Be Curious, Scan for Nonverbal Cues, and Conduct Research.