A new book, written by SC&I’s Richard Dool and a team of Gen Z authors, “How Generation Z Wants to Be Led,” released today by Amazon, provides a blueprint for leaders of the Gen Z workforce.
SC&I's Mark Beal Partners With Career Expert Frank Kovacs To Co-Author "Career In Transition: 101 Lessons To Achieve Job Search Success"
The authors have compiled more than 20 years of career transition research and interviewed senior level executives from various industries who had successfully completed a career transition and share their findings, advice and recommendations in 101 pithy lessons for today’s job seekers.
MI Alumnus Marvin Edmond ‘19 speaks with SC&I about his career as a Data Engineer at Cognizant, his previous role as a Data Engineer at New York Magazine, and why he credits SC&I’s faculty and professional network for his success.
In an award-winning report, SC&I’s Doctoral Candidate Qun Wang and her co-authors shared their findings based on an analysis of 16,000 news stories from 100 local communities in 34 states.
SC&I’s Young Adult Literature Program Prepares Youth Librarians to Instruct and Inspire Children and Teens
SC&I’s faculty member Marc Aronson teaches the only classes at SC&I that focus on books in the Young Adult category, preparing youth librarians to select materials, authors, artists, formats, and genres that meet the needs of children and Young Adults.
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies Khadijah White recently published her first book, which focuses on the Tea Party as an example of political branding, and of the media’s role in influencing the growth of grassroots organizations.