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Peer-reviewed article

Associate Professor Steve Villachica, Clinical Assistant Professor Vicki Stieha, Assistant Professor Lisa Giacumo, adjunct faculty Lesa Becker and Manager of Outreach and Marketing Jo Ann Fenner, all in the Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning, recently published a peer-reviewed article titled “A Formative Evaluation of a Master’s-Level Career-Coaching Course for Performance Improvement Students.”

The article was published in Performance Improvement Quarterly. The study reports on the team’s work to assess the way the program’s career-coaching course supports students to achieve their post graduate career goals. Participants consistently reported increased levels of confidence after career coaching.

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