Keynote – Tom Hogan
Professor of Practice in Human Resource Management
Creating Transformative Experiences: The Power of Student Engagement and Engaged Scholarship
Dr. Tom C. Hogan, SHRM-SCP, GPHR, SPHR, is a professor of practice in Human Resource Management with the School of Labor and Employment Relations, College of the Liberal Arts and a scholar in residence at the Center for the Performing Arts, College of Arts and Architecture. In addition, he was selected a faculty scholar for the Student Engagement Network Faculty Academy for academic years 2019 – 2021. His action research focus seeks to understand the potential contributions of the arts as an agent of change to promote student engagement and engaged scholarship.
Dr. Hogan will be providing a unique perspective and approach to promoting student engagement and engaged scholarship by creating and delivering transformative experiences for students inside and outside of the classroom. This includes providing a framework, discussing teaching techniques and methods, and providing insights regarding the value of collaborating with campus and community partners. He will highlight how these teaching techniques, methods, and collaborations are employed in his signature class LER 460 Ethics in the Workplace. Also, lessons learned will be shared. Your questions, observations, and reflections are encouraged.