On January 12th, the Jordan Center provided two innovative webinars focused on Navigating Barrier Presented by the COVID-19 Pandemic and The Creation and Work of the Jordan Center. If you missed the webinars they are available online at: https://nerneylead.org/course-grid/
Nominated by: George Walter During my nearly two years working with Kimberley, I have consistently witnessed her dedication to being collaborative with work in the Admissions Office, the Enrollment Management Division, as well as with the entire Cabrini Community. She has worked to earn the trust of our faculty colleagues and to impress upon them […]
As we write this in mid-November, 2017, we have just returned from the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Asian conference, co-sponsored by AHRD-India, in Ahmedabad, India. We were approaching the end of the Diwali celebration, a Hindu festival commemorating the victory of good over evil through enlightenment.
Congratulations to our new inductees and Leaders in the Field. Below is a recording of the evenings events. This video is only available to Cabrini faculty, staff, and students https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/84cafca6-b8c1-4a8c-8fed-c036138f4dd2
Nominated by: Andrew Pron, EdD Jennifer (Specht) Frey, PhD, RN, has more than a decade of academic nursing education experience, as well as nursing leadership and administrative experience. She is focused on answering the call for nursing leaders to integrate health equity, the care of vulnerable and underserved populations, and interprofessional collaboration into nursing curricula. Jennifer […]
In the Fall of 2020, Wiley Education Services surveyed over 600 human resources (HR) and learning and development (L&D) professionals, including nearly 100 leaders at the Executive/C-level, to get a better understanding of what the biggest skills gaps are and how companies are responding to widening gaps within their businesses. This report examines how employers […]
Black Americans have played a crucial role in helping to advance America’s business, political and cultural landscape into what it is today. And since 1976, every U.S. president has designated the month of February as Black History Month to honor the achievements and the resilience of the Black community.