BATON ROUGE - LSU believes that the foundation of the student experience should be rooted in a curriculum that embodies the values of the university--not just through traditional classes, but also through the synthesis of traditional teaching, co-curricular experiences, and experiential learning opportunities. The College of Human Sciences & Education and the School of Leadership & Human Resource Development continues to enhance efforts to recruit high-quality students and support them during their time at the university. One of those students is 2019 MS, Leadership & Human Resource Development Graduate Damon Ploger.
BATON ROUGE - Although spring 2020 graduates are not able to participate in a traditional ceremony, they are finding new ways to celebrate accomplishments and working toward new goals for the future. Sydney Mukes is a graduate who flourished in the classroom and across LSU's campus. Mukes studied in the School of Leadership & Human Resource Development (LHRD) with a minor in Psychology. She also played as an outside hitter for the LSU Volleyball team.
LSU School of Leadership and Human Resource Development doctoral candidate, Susan Karimiha, recently spoke on a panel about agriculture as peacebuilding in post-conflict settings in Latin America as part of the 2019 World Food Prize Borlaug Dialogue in Des Moines, Iowa. The panel was co-hosted by the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development (AIARD) and the International Agriculture Section of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU).
The School of Leadership and Human Resource Development would like to celebrate LSU Alumni, Beverly Brooks-Thompson, as part of our Changemaker series! Beverly calls the city of Houston, TX home, but spent much of her life in Baton Rouge. She graduated from LSU with her Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Ph.D. all in Leadership and Human Resource Development. Geaux Beverly! She chose to remain at LSU for her graduate degree because of the long term educational investment and opportunities for professional development offered by the institution. The LHRD program felt like an easy choice for Beverly because it offered the flexibility that other programs did not, without sacrificing the rigor or prestige she desired.
Louisville, Kentucky - Several School of Leadership & Human Resource Development faculty members, including Drs. Oliver Crocco, Shinhee Jeong, and Sunyoung Park, and graduate students, including Matthew Kingham and Susan Karimiha, attended the 26th Annual AHRD Conference in Louisville, Kentucky this past February.
Baton Rouge - This week, the LSU School of Leadership and Human Resource Development would like to celebrate Jaron Bertrand for our Geaux Lead student spotlight! Jaron is a senior at LSU working on her B.S. in Leadership and Human Resource Development. She is originally from Patterson, LA, and always dreamed of being an LSU Tiger. After attending her first HR class, Jaron realized how much the material challenged her thinking and decided that LHRD was for her. The education she has gained in LHRD has lead Bertrand to become both impactful and globally engaged.
Louisville, Kentucky-Dr. Shinhee Jeong has been named a winner of the Cutting Edge Award of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), for her work on the paper titled, "The Multi-Level Effects of HR Practices and Paternalistic Leadership on Organizational Commitment," written with collaborators Dr. Dae Seok Chai from Colorado State University and Baek-kyoo Joo of Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
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