The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics (MSOLE) Program in the School of Management and Business is proud to announce Capstone presentations on Monday, Aug. 15 starting at 6 p.m. in Main Building, Maloney Room (third Floor). Since January, students have been working on an action research project with a local organization. Seven individuals or teams will present the results of their research and their recommendations to their client organizations in a public presentation. Each presentation will be about 20 minutes long. All are invited to attend. Details below.
The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics (MSOLE) Program in the School of Management and Business at St. Edward’s University is proud to announce the scheduled Capstone presentations for the members of Cohort 19 on Monday, August 15, 2011, starting at 6:00PM in the Main Building, Maloney Room (Third Floor).
Since January, these individuals and teams have been working on an action research project with a local organization as a sponsor. They have planned and conducted their research and are in the final phases of writing their Capstone Reports. Part of the MSOLE process is to have them communicate the results of their research and their recommendations to their client organizations in a public presentation. Each presentation will be about 20 minutes long, with a maximum of ten minutes following for questions and answers.
There are seven individuals and/or teams who will present on Monday, August 15, 2011, beginning at 6:00PM in the Main Building, Maloney Room. The presenters, their topics and the approximate time of their presentation is listed below:
6:15-6:45 James Gray, Jill Tambunga
Creating Leaders Within The American Cancer Society: An Analysis of the Nationwide Leadership Development Program
6:45-7:15 Michael Nestor, Karen Lyons Serna & Stephani Smolucha
Examining Volunteer Motivation in the LIVESTRONG Leader Program
7:15-7:45 Medina JS Bills, Kimberly Penna
An Exploration of Emergent Leadership Development in the Worker Cooperative Movement
7:45-8:15 Ann Hume Wilson
Brief Encounters: Best Practices in Nonprofit Interim Executive Leadership
8:15-8:45 Hilda Correa, Sofia Kochheiser, Shelly Zeigler
Exploring Career Options in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math using an Interactive eMentoring Tool
8:45-9:15 Michele Bondy, Esmeralda Gonzalez, Faith Singer
Goodwill Industries of Central Texas: Generating Quantum Change
9:15-9:45 Michele Kraal
University Facilities Leadership
You are welcome to come at the beginning and stay to the end, to come to hear one or more of the presentations that interest you most, or to come when you can and stay as long as you can. Between each of the presentations there will be a short break in which you can make a reasonably unobtrusive exit. Families, partners, friends, representatives of client organizations, faculty, current MSOLE students, MSOLE alumni, prospective students, and anyone else interested are welcome and warmly invited. Light refreshments will be served.
Dr. Tom Sechrest
Director, Master of Science in Organizational Leadership & Ethics Program
School of Management and Business