School of Education news
The Center for Educational Justice offers Teachers Helping Teachers workshops that include professional development programs focused on out-of-the-classroom topics for current students and alumni. This summer, the School was a partner in presenting the Better Together: California Teachers Summit, which provided free professional development for area teachers and leaders. With the goal of greater integration of technology in its programs, the School of Education has appointed Assistant Professor Conroy Reynolds as the School’s first coordinator of online learning.
School of Business Scholarships
Several students were honored with School of Business scholarships in the spring. Pictured are Monique Jones ’15, MAM, who received the Kathie Rawding Endowed Scholarship; Anne Todd ’17, who received the Williamina Davidson, Evelyn Reamer Matich and Catherine Matich Endowed Scholarship; and Annalisa Miller ’17, who received the Alice Mozley Endowed Business Scholarship. The Cordon C. Atkins Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Alyssa Alderman ’15, MBA, and Terri Paison ’15 ’17. David Daly ‘16, MBA, and Karen Springer ’16 received the Bertrand Military Recognition Award. Jessica Rosales ’13 ’15 and Christopher Bubela ’16 received the GISAB Excellence in Business award and Kathryn McDaniel ’16 (a student in the College) was awarded the Banta Center Community Service Award.
School of Business Global Business Consultancy Capstone
Ten Redlands School of Business students spent a week in the United Kingdom this summer working with two British companies—a radio station and a collections center—as part of the Global Business Consultancy Capstone course, which culminated with the students’ professional analysis and presentations. The program, offered twice a year, is a partnership with the U.K.’s Leeds Beckett University and provides participants with valuable hands-on consulting experience. A similar domestic consultancy program allows students to work with Southern California companies and organizations.