Virtual internships keep students on track for graduation-
As COVID-19 spread, businesses moved to remote operations or closed doors completely. Some were forced to revoke internship offers made to college students who were counting on the opportunity to fulfill degree requirements.2
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.
A passion for mentoring underrepresented minority students-
As a young, African American woman pursuing her education at a predominantly white institution, Dr. Rhonda Fowler did not see many people that looked like her. She credits her several mentors with pushing and encouraging her to succeed in this environment.
Best practices for online teaching amid COVID-19-
With minimal notice, face-to-face classes were forced to move to online formats in schools and universities across the country due to COVID-19. Online education experts Dr. Christine Mark and Dr. Jere Liu offer best practices and tips for instructors to make their online courses more successful.
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.
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.
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.
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2 CEHD Students Spoke At Summer Commencement-
Sophia Zekkour ’19 and Ashley Melgar ‘18 were chosen to speak at the Texas A&M University Summer 2018 Commencement on August 10, 2018.
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Inaugural Conference To Explore Diversity In Literacy-
The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture in the College of Education and Human Development is hosting the inaugural Celebrating & Exploring Diversity in K-12 Literature & Literacies (CEDK12) Conference. The conference will be held September 4 and 5 on the Texas A&M campus.
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.
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Continuing A Legacy: EAHR’s Bell Ringing Tradition-
For many doctoral candidates, preparing for and defending a dissertation is one of the most stressful times of their lives. The same was true for Catherine Cole, but thanks to support from her family – including a former associate dean in the College of Education and Human Development – her story is extra special.
Research Focuses On Corruption And The Impact Of Women In Government-
After spending 20 years working with nonprofit organizations both domestically and internationally, Catherine Cole wanted to study corruption as part of her doctoral dissertation. She spent three years researching corruption and its associated variables, specifically the impact women in government had on corruption.
HRD Student Elected New Student Body President-
Even weeks after her election victory, the outspoken junior and Human Resource Development major, is in disbelief and full of excitement to represent her fellow classmates.
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