Category Archive: Organizational Change Management

Summer and Fall 2014 Milano Course Schedules

Click here to view the Summer 2014 Milano Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view the Summer 2014 Language Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view theFall 2014 Milano Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view Fall 2014 GPIA courses by Concentration (PDF).   Click here to view the Fall 2014 Parsons Courses of Interest to Milano Students …

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Congratulations to Erica Kohl-Arenas, Recipient of Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching

Congratulations to Erica Kohl-Arenas, the first recipient of the Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching! This is a new award that is specifically designed to recognize faculty members whose work has demonstrated a significant commitment to social justice.

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Alumni Spotlight: Alexis Hancock

Recent Milano alum Alexis Hancock (OCM ‘13) is a software engineer at CBS Local Digital Media Group. In her professional life, Alexis combines her knowledge of the latest web technologies with all she learned as a student in the Organizational Change Management (OCM) program. It was always part of her plan to add change management skills to her technological background. We wanted to ask her about that.

Spring 2014 Course Schedules

Click here to view the Spring 2014 Milano Course Schedule with Rooms (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 GPIA Courses by Concentration (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 Cardozo Courses Available to Milano Students (PDF). Please note that schedules are subject to change, the links above are to the most recent schedules available.

Empowerhouse featured in Planning for Higher Education Journal Spring 2013 Special Issue

This journal spring 2013 special issue includes an article by EPSM Professor John Clinton, Former Parsons FTF Laura Briggs, and three Milano alums: Gal Gabriel from EPSM; John Stinar from OCM; and Orlando Velez from Urban Policy.

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