School of Education
Corporate Wellness Specialization Added to M.Ed. Program
NCU recently announced the launch of a new M.Ed. degree specialization, Corporate Wellness.
The 12-week Specialization Courses are:
- Wellness Coaching - Lifestyle Change;
- Wellness Leadership and Professional Development;
- Business Aspects in Corporate Fitness and Wellness; and
- Worksite Health Promotion.
The specialization is the 19th in the School of Education’s Master of Education program. Additional information on these certificates is available here.
- Kelley Walters, Ph.D. was named Interim Dean of the School of Education.
- Karen Ferguson, Ph.D. (Assistant Dean) co-presented at United States Distance Learning Association in St. Louis, Mo.; her presentation was “First Course Success: Using Data to Predict Program Success.” She also attended the AACTE Annual Conference.
- Blair Riggle, Ph.D., joined the School of Education as a Core Faculty member.
- Jeannette Lovern, Ph.D. and Linda Bloomberg, Ph.D., have been named Associate Directors of Accountability for the School of Education.
- Mary J Goggins Selke, Ph.D. (Program Director) was a guest clinician at a 2-day Tulsa Community College Spring Workshop for Allied Health and Nursing Faculty. She presented and worked with faculty and administration on “Designing Rubrics for Assessment: Evaluation of Student Learning Outcomes in the Health Sciences.”
- Thomas Pucci’s, Ph.D. (Core Faculty) article “An Examination of Teacher’s Certification or Non-Certification on Student’s Achievement” was published in the Journal of Elementary and Secondary Education. He also served as a consultant at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Certification Compliance Review and attended the National Academy of Sports Medicine’s (NASM) annual conference.