Student Affairs in Higher Education graduate Diane Yang completed the program with appreciation for personal and professional growth inspired by the faculty and curriculum.
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“It gave me a lot of confidence that I will do well in the future, and that people recognize my contribution in the field of construction management and in the field of construction management education.”
Graduate Teaching Assistant Katie Brown leveraged the facilitation techniques and strategies she learned through the Facilitating Adult Learning graduate certificate to move an in-person physiology course to online delivery.
“At the conferences, I’ll be able to introduce our participating students to leaders of the academy and make their connections much broader.”
Counseling and Career Development alumna Katy Piotrowski (’92) offers tips for new and recent graduates looking for jobs, and shares her own story of creating a career doing what she loves.
Student Affairs in Higher Education graduate Robena Nicholls is celebrated for her passion for education and dedication to community.
White’s experience in the Higher Education Leadership doctoral program has allowed her to take her work as a community college professional to the next level, focusing on equity and higher education as a social system.
“My biggest accomplishment in my career was writing and co-authoring 19 books on topics that I wanted to impact, from more effective and creative post-secondary instruction to promoting deeper learning about compelling issues that often divided communities.”
Through her role as an organizer for the Equity and Possibilities in Construction program of Colorado Jobs with Justice, Armendariz works to influence the lives of women and people of color every day.
The online graduate certificate is designed to educate those who want to help first-generation, low-income, and other diverse or nontraditional students get into post secondary education.