New research suggests higher levels of Covid-19 rumination relate to higher interview anxiety, lower interview performance and lower perceptions of interview fairness. Learn more about this research and get tips for addressing remote interview anxiety.
Back to class and moving to Portland
The PSU administration has announced that Fall 2021 is our highly-anticipated return to in-person learning. For many of us, this is the news we’ve been waiting for since the shutdowns began, and we’re now thrilled to return to campus learning. But this pandemic has not only resulted in health and economic tragedy, it’s also taken a mental toll.
New PSU faculty research explores what motivates supply chain employees to take risks
In a time of such upheaval, companies are scrambling to understand and implement all the necessary interventions for a coordinated strategy to mitigate risk. In the meantime, it is down to individual managers to make tough calls on the front lines.
A pathway to a better future: MBA alum Jennifer Greenberg on teaching business at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
Her MBA has especially helped Greenberg navigate program development. “There has been a certain amount of building something, seeing how it goes, pivoting, and going with the flow in this uncertain circumstance that has led to a better product in the same way that innovation does,” she says. “The pace of information flow, the kind of information flow. We are always rolling with it.”