Boise State University has a strong commitment to achieve diversity and inclusion among our faculty, staff and student body. In 2016, in support of achieving a diverse student body, the Graduate College created The Dean’s Graduate Fellowship to recruit students from traditionally underrepresented populations in graduate education.
The Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) applied for and was awarded a Dean’s Graduate Fellowship to recruit a Hispanic/Latinx USA resident applicant to complete the MS in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) for a fall 2020 start.
The M.S. in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning is designed to prepare individuals for careers in training, instructional design, learning and development, workplace e-learning, human resources, organizational development and workplace learning and performance improvement consulting. In addition to course work, the OPWL department also offers internships, volunteer workplace experience and career coaching to assist students with finding employment when the course work is completed.
The application deadline for the MS in OPWL Graduate Dean’s Fellowship is 8 am Monday, July 13, 2020.
To apply, candidates must:
- be admitted to the MS in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) for a summer or fall 2020 start. Admission requirements and application instructions can be found here.
- reside in the USA
- be Hispanic/Latinx
The Fellowship (which can be done remotely or onsite) will be awarded to:
- One applicant available for full-time study (9-credits) to work 20 hours a week with an OPWL faculty member(s) on research, teaching, and service
- Two applicants available for part-time study (5-credits) to work 10 hours a week with an OPWL faculty member(s) on research, teaching, and service
Do you have questions about the OPWL program or the OPWL Graduate Dean Fellowship?
Contact us by completing the form below or by contacting Jo Ann Fenner directly at email@example.com or (208) 426-2489.