We offer workshops and roundtables on specific writing, research, and presentation issues for undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty are also welcome to join the conversation.
- "For excellence, the presence of others is always required." -Hannah Arendt
Graduate Students and Faculty:
You are invited to join us Wednesday, April 15, 5:00-6:00 PM in Innovate, H. T. Sampson Library, 1st floor. to meet with Dr. Daniel Wentland, author of five books and multiple journal articles to discuss What It Takes to Get A Book Published.
Dr. Wentland has been active in the fields of business administration and economics for more than twenty years.
His administrative experience with Fortune 500 corporation Citigroup and the banking industry led to an interest in research and teaching at the college level.
Dr. Wentland's books include: Strategic Training: Putting Employees First and Organizational Performance in a Nutshell, and Education: Getting to the Heart of the Matter, and others.
His articles have been published by the Ivey Business Journal, Advanced Management Journal, Compensation and Benefits Review, and Education. His expatriate compensation article is among the 50 most frequently read articles in Compensation and Benefits Review.
Dr. Wentland's research interests include: strategic planning, organizational behavior, leadership and motivation, learning and human development, effective school theory, and the P-16 academic pipeline.
For more information, contact
Kathi R. Griffin, Director