Dr. Lisa Giacumo from the Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) was one of two award recipients of the Graduate College Excellence in Graduate Mentoring Award.
Dr. Giacumo’s creation of her Marginalized and Cross-Cultural Research & Design Learning Tech Group that provides projects for and one-on-one work with students was just one of the noted mentoring activities that provided meaningful professional development for her graduate students. The OPWL department congratulates and celebrates Dr. Giacumo’s nomination and selection as a 2022 recipient of the Excellence in Graduate Mentoring.
There were 58 nominees submitted for the 2022 Graduate College Experience in Graduate Mentoring Award. The Boise State Graduate College Excellence in Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award is designed to recognize and celebrate the considerable efforts of faculty who consistently serve as effective mentors and to encourage and promote a culture of mentorship across the university.
About the OPWL Program
The Organization Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) program helps prepare students for careers in the areas of instructional design, training and development, e-learning, workplace performance improvement, organizational development, program evaluation and performance consulting.