Eugenia Etkina

Professor
Department of Learning and Teaching
Graduate School of Education

Key topics: physics and astronomy instruction at the middle school, high school, and university levels.

Eugenia Etkina is a Distinguished Professor at Rutgers, the State University Of New Jersey. She holds a PhD in physics education from Moscow State Pedagogical University and has more than 35 years of experience teaching physics. She is a…

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Colleen Georges

Part Time Lecturer
Department of Educational Psychology
Graduate School of Education

Key topics: Positive psychology, career development, parenting, women's leadership

Dr. Colleen Georges is part-time lecturer in Educational Psychology and Women's & Gender Studies. She is a NJ Licensed Professional Counselor and holds over a dozen certifications in positive psychology, parenting with positive discipline,…

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Joseph Markert

Instructor
Department of Management and Global Business
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Key topics: Employee development, human resources, manufacturing administration, leadership, sales, customer service, and strategic planning.

Joseph Markert is a management consultant and employee development specialist. He is currently director of professional services at Datamatics Management Services Inc. He has extensive experience in the creation of customized training and…

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Karen Hundert Novick

Associate Dean
School of Communication and Information

Key topics: Distance education, online learning, grant proposal writing, business writing

Karen Hundert Novick is associate dean of the School of Communication and Information. For 13 years, she directed Professional Development Studies, the outreach education program at the school. Under her administration, the office offered the…

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Marie Radford

Associate Professor, Library Consultant
Department of Library and Information Science
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies

Key topics: Interpersonal communication, traditional and virtual reference services, time management, customer service excellence, dealing with difficult people, communication skills for managers and leaders, public speaking, nonverbal communication, focus groups, qualitative research methods, mentoring, librarian stereotypes, and future of libraries.

Marie Radford, Ph.D., focuses her research on the study of interpersonal communication aspects of reference service, the evaluation of digital resources and services, qualitative methodologies, cultural studies, and media stereotypes of…

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