December 12, 2022, 8:36 pm
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, was a panelist for the 2023 PA Education Policy Fellowship Program last week. Josephson and colleagues from Temple University, Team PA, and the Mechanicsburg School District discussed “Ready for Success—21st Century Skills,” which was part of a broader discussion about “Ready for Success in College, Career, and Citizenship.”
February 28, 2022, 3:51 pm
Beth Woerner, assistant baseball coach, participated in celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day hosted by DePauw University in Indiana. Woerner was among a distinguished group of panelists that included a former U.S. Women’s National Team soccer player, an ESPN feature producer, and former USA Volleyball National Team player.
October 25, 2021, 7:48 pm
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).
February 16, 2021, 7:20 pm
Professor Jeff Snyder, chair and professor of music and director of music business, moderated a panel with four other higher education recording and music business directors for the Millennium Music Conference. Snyder and his fellow faculty facilitated “A perspective of the future of the music industry: post pandemic by music educators.” The discussion centered on preparing music industry/recording students for a shifting post-COVID landscape.
January 21, 2021, 2:00 pm
Dr. Kathryn M. Whiteley, associate professor of criminal justice, was a guest, discussion panelist for LINCS: Literacy Information and Communication System, a national initiative of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education. Under the banner of Correctional and Re-Entry Education, Whiteley shared “Teaching Incarcerated Individuals with Long Sentences,” with the principal from the Women’s State Correctional Institute at Muncy, Pa. The duo discussed educational instructional practices for women serving long, life, and life without parole.