Cedarville Parents Benefit From Master’S Degree Scholarship Program, 2020 Cedarville University
Cedarville Parents Benefit From Master’S Degree Scholarship Program, Mark D. Weinstein
Parents of current Cedarville University students can now take college graduate-level courses at a reduced rate through the university’s new Parent Partnership Scholarship. The program will give parents a 15% discount, beginning with classes this summer.
Communication Competence Training Within Minority-Owned Small Businesses, 2020 California State University – San Bernardino
Communication Competence Training Within Minority-Owned Small Businesses, Shirleena Racine Baggett
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
Business ownership is imperative in correcting economic issues for demographic groups subjugated to discrimination, inequality, poverty, and other harmful disadvantages. This project supports the idea that building communication competence within minority-owned small businesses and nonprofit organizations, will significantly increase achievement of long-term sustainability and success. The solution is not only creating communication training tailored for minority entrepreneurs, but to allow access in feasible and tangible ways. This study begins by defining communication and explaining its function to assist in moving past the narrative of communication interaction as “talking and listening,” but instead a concept rooted in logic, theoretical analysis, and ...
A 10-Year Legacy In Producing Professional Pharmacy Leaders, 2020 Cedarville University
A 10-Year Legacy In Producing Professional Pharmacy Leaders, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy is officially 10 years old. But despite how young the school is, it is mighty. Not only has it been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and received an 88.46% match rate for graduates receiving postgraduate year one (PGY1) residencies in 2019, but numerous graduates are already serving in hospital leadership roles in the pharmacy profession.
Pomp And Circumstance In A Box: 2020 Grads Receiving More Than A Diploma, 2020 Cedarville University
Pomp And Circumstance In A Box: 2020 Grads Receiving More Than A Diploma, Mark D. Weinstein
Although Cedarville University’s class of 2020 didn’t enjoy the normal graduation festivities because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the university wanted to think outside of the box with a special way to celebrate its graduates.
Best Prototype Design At Shell Eco-Marathon, 2020 Cedarville University
Best Prototype Design At Shell Eco-Marathon, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville’s energy-efficient vehicle Sting won best prototype design in this year’s Shell Eco-marathon off-track awards on May 7 on Shell Eco-marathon’s Instagram story.
With Samaritan's Purse, Dayton Nurse Serves Covid-19 Patients In Nyc, 2020 Cedarville University
With Samaritan's Purse, Dayton Nurse Serves Covid-19 Patients In Nyc, Mark D. Weinstein
New York City has been the epicenter for the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Danielle Price of Beavercreek joined the fight against the pandemic there as a member of the team treating patients at a field hospital in Central Park.
Covid-19 Brings Telehealth Services To Normal Health Care, 2020 Cedarville University
Covid-19 Brings Telehealth Services To Normal Health Care, Mark D. Weinstein
Whether suffering from COVID-19, an ongoing condition or a sudden stomach bug, we rely on our health care providers to treat us even during a pandemic.
What Motivates People To Give, 2020 Eastern Washington University
What Motivates People To Give, Cortni Megan Huffman
2020 Symposium Posters
Giving in the form of donations is crucial to a university’s success. A lot of research has been done on alumni giving, it’s the importance, and why alumni give, but little research has been conducted on how to get current students involved and what’s important to them. In this presentation, I will be discussing the theoretical approaches used to understand alumni giving and how we can translate the relationship marketing theory to get current students to donate to their future alumna matter. I conducted a pilot study wherein I asked current students if they would donate to ...
Developing And Sustaining Organizational Systems That Honor The Dignity Needs Of Stakeholders, 2020 Southern Methodist University
Developing And Sustaining Organizational Systems That Honor The Dignity Needs Of Stakeholders, Robyn Short
Graduate Liberal Studies Theses and Dissertations
At the time of the study, organizations were missing opportunities for innovation and bottom-line growth by failing to align performance management systems with basic human needs and dignity needs. Employees were missing opportunities for accessing their potential, and were failing to thrive. Organizational leaders needed to understand the importance of integrating basic human needs and the essentials of dignity as attributes of organizational systems design in order to maximize employee engagement, attract and retain top talent, increase innovation, and optimize bottom-line growth.
This research explored the role of dignity in organizational systems design. A qualitative research approach, specifically case study ...
Srj Thriving During Challenging Times, 2020 San Jose State University
Srj Thriving During Challenging Times, Greta Snyder
School of Information Student Research Journal
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Cedarville University Prepares For August Return To Campus, 2020 Cedarville University
Cedarville University Prepares For August Return To Campus, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University is preparing to welcome residential graduate and undergraduate students back to campus as scheduled August 14-16, 2020. With broad engagement across the institution, the president’s Cabinet (made up of the division vice presidents and the athletic director) is carefully reviewing every area of the University’s operations to ensure protocols are in place to protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.
Cedarville Trustees Make Forward-Focused Decisions Amid Coronavirus Challenges, 2020 Cedarville University
Cedarville Trustees Make Forward-Focused Decisions Amid Coronavirus Challenges, Mark D. Weinstein
With a goal of continuing the university’s mission and forward focus, Cedarville University’s Board of Trustees approved curriculum for a physician assistant (PA) program that is planned to begin in May 2023, pending external approvals. The trustees also approved a new dean for the school of education and affirmed eight other new faculty members at its annual May meeting. The meeting was held through Zoom because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Covid-19 Spurs 61 Days Through The Bible, 2020 Cedarville University
Covid-19 Spurs 61 Days Through The Bible, Mark D. Weinstein
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought dramatic change, from health to sickness, from employed to unemployed, from face to face to virtual. For Cedarville University students, the pandemic brought an immediate switch from on campus to online. But in this unique, disruptive time, three students saw an opportunity to make this time transformative.
Laurie Huneycutt Named Ouachita’S Support Staff Member Of The Year, 2020 Ouachita Baptist University
Laurie Huneycutt Named Ouachita’S Support Staff Member Of The Year, Michael Burge, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University recently named Laurie Huneycutt, administrative assistant to the dean in the School of Fine Arts, as the 2019-2020 Support Staff Member of the Year. Huneycutt has served the School of Fine Arts for 25 years.
Covid-19 Leads Ohio Graduate To Anchor In New York City, 2020 Cedarville University
Covid-19 Leads Ohio Graduate To Anchor In New York City, Mark D. Weinstein
She passes by three tractor trailers on her way to work each day. It’s a somber reminder to Rachel Hartley, a critical care nurse and 2015 Cedarville University nursing graduate, of the reason she came to New York City in the first place.
One Of First Covid-19 Plasma Donations, 2020 Cedarville University
One Of First Covid-19 Plasma Donations, Mark D. Weinstein
When Oakwood police officer, firefighter and emergency medical technician Steve Norris became ill with COVID-19, he had no clue that he would be able to bless someone else.
Thomas Kent's Paralogic Rhetoric As A Framework For Analyzing Corporate Social Responsibility Discourse, 2020 University of Texas at Tyler
Thomas Kent's Paralogic Rhetoric As A Framework For Analyzing Corporate Social Responsibility Discourse, Donald E. Penner
English Department Theses
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) scholarship increasingly uses rhetorical theory as a method for analyzing contested meaning between communicants. However, the classical and social constructivist rhetorical theories typically used for analysis do not address the primary cause of contested meaning – relativism. Conversely, such theories often contribute to a dualistic worldview by utilizing internally imagined conceptual schemes for analyzing texts. This thesis proposes Thomas Kent’s paralogic rhetorical theory as an alternative method of analyzing CSR texts, and focuses on three common areas typically utilized in rhetorical analyses of CSR texts: text reception, the rhetorical situation, and genre. Where paradigmatic rhetorical theories ...
Class Of 2020 Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class, 2020 Cedarville University
Class Of 2020 Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class, Mark D. Weinstein
On May 2, Cedarville University recognized 826 undergraduate and graduate students earning degrees, the largest graduating class in school history. Of this year’s undergraduate students, six also earned Master of Divinity degrees from the university, bringing the total degrees to 832.
Acronym Usage In Groups: The Relationship Of Socialization And Identification, 2020 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Acronym Usage In Groups: The Relationship Of Socialization And Identification, Dara K. Carney-Nedelman
Pursuit - The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee
This study analyzed the relationship between knowledge of acronym meaning and group member’s socialization and identification. It examined the understudied relationship between knowledge of acronym meaning for group members and their socialization and identification in the group. Research has concluded that when assimilated into a group the group members contribute more, and overall have greater satisfaction (Riddle, Anderson, & Martin, 2000). This assimilation can be separated into two variables, socialization and identification of group members. Research on the relationship for knowledge of acronym meaning and assimilation has been understudied; therefore, this project explored how the terms we use in groups impacts our connection within the group.
The Congo Prepared Nurse For Covid-19, 2020 Cedarville University
The Congo Prepared Nurse For Covid-19, Mark D. Weinstein
Virginia Walker, a 2019 Cedarville University nursing graduate, was nicknamed “Sunshine” by her nursing unit. This nickname perfectly describes how she shines Christ’s love to every COVID-19 patient she is currently treating in Inova Loudoun Hospital’s emergency room in Lansdowne, Virginia.