It’s been exciting to be out on the road, meeting alumni around the country, and welcoming those who visit for recruiting and campus visits. Seeing where you work and hosting alumni and friends of the School who stop by to see the changes in the building is the best part of my job.
We’ve made good on our promise for big plans in 2023. Our Climate Jobs Institute is off and running, working on making hires and beginning essential research on the labor market impacts of decarbonization. Our online program is developing exciting new certificate offerings to serve new audiences and meet the needs of working professionals. Our traditional master’s program continues to be a place where students can grow and develop into future workplace leaders. We’re developing a new optional concentration that, once approved, will allow future students to develop expertise in HR analytics.
We will continue to evolve and develop in 2024, and I hope you enjoy reading about our successes so far. As always, your support makes everything we do possible. Thank you!
Listen and LERn:
The LER Podcast
New this year, thanks to the efforts of CJ Capalar, MHRIR 23, we have an LER podcast. Please follow us and hear from our students and faculty about life at the School.
More episodes available here on Spotify.
Walsh Family Scholarship
“We owe everything to the School – our careers, our closest friends, and our family. We met there, we built our network, and we started the amazing jobs that led us to our current success.”
— Dr. Michael (MHRIR 05) and Christine Walsh (MHRIR 06), donors of the Walsh Family Scholarship