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Former School of Education and Human Development Students Honored at Awards Gala-
Seven outstanding leaders in education, athletics, physical therapy and law enforcement were recognized at the School of Education and Human Development’s 2022 Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala2
How to lead a team more effectively from home-
Employees around the world are working from home more than ever before in history. Some successful in-person leaders and teams find themselves struggling to translate their success to a remote setting.
How career interruptions affect women-
Career interruptions happen. Job changes, unemployment and injury are all examples of expected or unexpected pauses in a person’s career. For women, career interruptions happen at a much higher rate, most commonly due to child-rearing.
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4th Annual Voices of Impact Announced-
The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at The Ice House on Main in Downtown Bryan on Feb. 6 at 6 p.m.
Human Resource Development students gain real-world skills through Texas A&M HROE-
Two entities on Texas A&M’s campus joined together this semester to create a mutually beneficial relationship in which students receive hands-on learning.
Texas A&M study abroad students walk over 500 miles on the Camino de Santiago-
On June 23, a group of Aggie students walked into Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. They completed a feat that few people will ever achieve in their lifetime — they walked over 500 miles across Spain completing the Camino de Santiago.
What is work burnout and how can we avoid it?-
For human resource development professor Dr. Jia Wang, work burnout is bad for business.
Closing The Branding Gap Between Male And Female Athletes-
On Forbes’ list of the world’s highest paid athletes, not a single female athlete made the cut. Why is that? Recent research from the Department of Health and Kinesiology in the College of Education and Human Development aims to demystify why female athletes do not stack up to their male counterparts in building profitable personal brands.
Texas A&M HR Expert Creates Best Practices For Wholesale Industry-
Dr. Jia Wang, professor of human resource development, partnered with Texas A&M’s industrial distribution program to develop best HR practices for wholesale distributors.
Adult Learning Principles: Increasing Employee Training Effectiveness-
If you want employees to learn and retain information in workplace trainings, focus less on the training itself and more on the needs of the employee.
From The Court To The Corner Office: Girls In Sport And Leadership-
Girls that are raised running on the field might grow up to run companies as adults. Dr. Marlene Dixon, professor of sport management, said girls that participate in sports learn a number of skills that help them fulfill leadership roles in their adult life.
Shaping Cybersecurity In The Classroom-
In 2017, worldwide spending in the information security industry reached over $86.4 billion, according to a recent industry forecast.
Workplace Health – The Silent Epidemic-
Workplace incivility is taking over our organizations, professional relationships and everyday interactions. According to Dr. Jia Wang, associate professor of human resource development, understanding why incivility happens and how to address it starts with awareness.
Professor Awarded Two New IT, Cybersecurity Grants-
A CEHD professor has been awarded a set of grants that will help strengthen computer science education and cybersecurity. Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Trez Jones said both grants, worth $240,000, will not only train teachers and students in cybersecurity, but also help to push the information technology field statewide and at Texas A&M.
Dr. Dirani’s New Book Gives Insight Into Cultural Leadership-
In January Associate Professor Dr. Khalil Dirani published a book titled Leadership Development in Emerging Market Economies. In the book, Dr. Dirani and his co-authors explain how the book’s message is to help fellow educators understand the meaning of leadership and what it’s like throughout other countries.
Professor Analyzes Cost Of Olympics-
Now that the XXXI Olympics games have concluded, the city of Rio is in the midst of its transition back to financial normalcy. However, Assistant Professor Dr. Steven Salaga contests that cities like Rio who host the Olympic games usually do not see profitable gains in their economy post-Olympics.
Spurs Sales Team Train Sports Sales Students-
The sales team not only gave students an in-depth sales training, but also gave them insight into the entire Spurs brand.
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