March 25, 2019 - Riverside, CA
Dr. Ed Garrett, associate professor of kinesiology for Online and Professional Studies, was featured in a story by Athlete Assessments, an international athlete organization. In the story, Garrett explains the link between the coaching connection and behavioral types.
Dr. Greg Bowden, professor of education, Dr. Jeannette Guignard, associate professor of organizational leadership, and Dr. Dirk Davis, associate vice president for academics, all for Online and Professional Studies, have published an article in the Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics (Volume 16). It was titled Using a Theoretical Framework as Infrastructure to Strengthen and Align Program Learning Outcomes and Assessments of an Online Leadership Program.
Dr. Karla Ra, adjunct professor of Christian studies for Online and Professional Studies, presented a paper at the Southwest Regional Evangelical Theological Society meeting in New Orleans on March 8. It was titled Manifestations of the Spirit: Distinguishing Early Christian Prophecy from Its Greco-Roman Background.
Dr. Ogbochi McKinney, assistant professor of public health, Levi Garrett, assistant professor of kinesiology, and Dr. Pamela Mukaire, assistant professor of public health, all for Online and Professional Studies, published an article in Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (volume 9). The title was Disability and Mental Health Status as Determinants of Food Insecurity among Immigrants in California.
Dr. David Hernandez, adjunct professor of public administration for Online and Professional Studies, was recognized by the Riverside Unified School District on March 5. Hernandez, a Victorville fire battalion chief and a former Riverside city firefighter, was honored for presenting water safety rules to first-graders. The Riverside City Firefighters have read the book Stewie the Duck Learns to Swim to 11,074 first-graders since 2015.
Noemi Hernandez Alexander, assistant professor of political science and public administration for Online and Professional Studies, spoke at the Annual Dreams & Decisions workshop sponsored by Soroptimist International of Corona on March 1. She encouraged young women to be content with who they are, confident in their abilities and courageous in pursuit of their dreams.
Dr. Douglas Barnett, adjunct professor of management for Online and Professional Studies, presented at a Business as Mission seminar in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on March 6-8. His presentations included Introduction and Defining the Problem, Theology of Work and Future Directions, where do we go from here?
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