Interested in Improving Your Teams at Work?
If you are interested in working with our TML to enhance your organization’s team performance, please feel free to contact Dr. Han via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We provide customized solutions to your performance problems or questions of interest that might include a variety of services. Areas of specialty include team performance assessment, team performance consulting and customized training for team development.
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Interested in Joining Dr. Han’s TML?
If you are interested in joining Dr. Han’s TML to pursue research and learning activities virtually, please review the following information and contact Dr. Han via email (email@example.com):
- All OPWL students, graduates, and faculty members can join the TML.
- Students, scholars, and practitioners outside of OPWL can also join the TML.
- Committed to spending a minimum of 3 hours per week for at least 16 consecutive weeks (a semester-long period).
- Self-directed and interested in pursuing research and development activities.
- Communicate with other members via email (weekly) and conference systems, such as Skype, Hangout, or Zoom
- You may participate in TML activities as a volunteering researcher (no credit).
- You may participate in TML activities by enrolling in a minimum of one-credit course:
- If you are an OPWL student, enroll in OPWL 595 Readings and Conference or OPWL 596 Independent Study.
- If you are an OPWL graduate or a non-BSU student, enroll in OPWL 595 Readings and Conference or OPWL 696 Directed Research. As an OPWL graduate or a non-BSU student, you do not have access to the BSU online library. Enrolling in a one-credit course will provide you with access to the BSU online library.
- To complete a one-credit course, you are expected to spend about 50 hours (i.e., 3-4 hours a week for 16 weeks).
- You as Dr. Han’s graduate assistant (GA) or research assistant (RA) will be required to participate in TML activities.
- You as a degree-seeking student may select Dr. Han as your thesis advisor to pursue the thesis culminating option:
- You will enroll in OPWL 593 Thesis credits (a total of minimum 6 credits, spread out into 2-3 semesters).
- You will work closely with Dr. Han and other thesis committee members to design and execute your thesis research.