Fess Parker DoubleTree Resort - 633 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA
January 12, 2018,
9:30 am – 12:00 pm
ISI Fellows Workshop
WINTER SESSION 2018 – ALUMNI TRACK PRESENTATION
FIELDING CONTINUALLY AIMS TO GENERATE A HIGH MORALE ENVIRONMENT FOR OUR ALUMNI IN ORDER TO PURSUE AN ENGAGED GRADUATE COMMUNITY. THE GOAL TO CONTINUALLY KEEP ALUMNI INVOLVEMENT AT OUR WINTER AND SUMMER SESSIONS RESULTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALUMNI TRACK, WHICH ORIGINATED BY ALUMNI FOR ALUMNI AND STUDENTS.
Join this dynamic and experienced panel of alumni scholar-practitioners/entrepreneurs/challenge leaders who will share real-time work and “life after Fielding” experiences. If you are interested in the current research of alumni and want to know how to stay connected to your Fielding community after you graduate, this is the session for you. ISI Fellows are Fielding alumni whose research and professional projects are supported administratively to help them seek funding and wider recognition for their work.
Anita Chambers, ’09, Human Development Creating Effective Healthcare Delivery Systems for Developing Countries
This research and action project aims to identify the most effective methods of delivering full spectrum healthcare to underserved communities located in remote regions of developing countries throughout the world.
Dorianne Cotter-Lockard, HOD ’12 Collective Virtuosity: Learning Individual and Group Transformation Processes from Classical Musicians
This research project seeks to understand what individuals, teams, communities, and society can learn from classical musicians about collaboration processes.
Valerie Davis, ’16, Human Development Agency and Communion: A New Leadership Mind for the Twenty-First Century
This project explores the theoretical relationship between a communal leadership style that inspires agency in others and its effects on organizational advancement.
Leslie Hamdorf, ’13, Leadership for Change Global Youth Leadership Network
This intervention project is designed to foster relationship and leadership potential in high school youth through a global youth leadership network.
Julie Huffaker, ’17, Organizational Development & Change Me to We: Applying Research Results to Develop Collaborative Leadership Culture
This consulting project works with a privately held company to shift their leadership culture from one of traditional, top-down, command-and-control culture to one of high collaboration.
Keri Ohlrich, ’11, Organizational Development & Change Creating Impactful Human Resource Professionals aka HR Warriors
This project offers workshops and online learning for HR professionals that will help them assess their current capacity and build a solid foundation for future growth through real-world skill building and personal change.
Nina Craft, ’15, Media Psychology ExpertizeIt.com
This project creates a blended professional development course for women over age 40 to learn how to share their expertise through storytelling and community building using multi-media and social media creation and distribution tools.