Scholarship in Service: Integrating Disciplinary Knowledge and Skills into University Service

Location

Memorial Library 89

Start Date

29-3-2019 11:30 AM

End Date

29-3-2019 12:00 PM

Description

This presentation will outline how two faculty members used their discipline knowledge to facilitate the work of a large group of stakeholders during the summer sessions designed to develop the University’s Integrated Graduate Enrollment Management Plan. Workgroup participants’ experiences were analyzed using a survey based on the Input Mediator Output Input Model (Ilgen, Hollenbeck, Johnson, & Jundt, 2005). The IMOI model, its application to workgroups and committees, and the aggregate results from workgroup members will be shared.

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Mar 29th, 11:30 AM Mar 29th, 12:00 PM

Scholarship in Service: Integrating Disciplinary Knowledge and Skills into University Service

Memorial Library 89

This presentation will outline how two faculty members used their discipline knowledge to facilitate the work of a large group of stakeholders during the summer sessions designed to develop the University’s Integrated Graduate Enrollment Management Plan. Workgroup participants’ experiences were analyzed using a survey based on the Input Mediator Output Input Model (Ilgen, Hollenbeck, Johnson, & Jundt, 2005). The IMOI model, its application to workgroups and committees, and the aggregate results from workgroup members will be shared.