Anthony Pina
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Anthony Pina

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    1. michelle030370
      michelle030370
      Dr. Pina,
      I would like your opinion on Sullivan University for a Masters in Human Resources Leadership. Does it matter that it is not AACSB certified? Will this effect my employment opportunities? I really am interested in the classes Sullivan has to offer. I'm debating on Capella though. Thanks for any input. I'm tearing my hair out. :)
    2. Anthony Pina
      Anthony Pina
      Hello Michael,

      I posted the list on your forum tonight. I actually have more journals than that, so I will add to the list. If you are really interested, you should consider joining AECT. I understand that you are Orange County based (I was raised in Brea). AECT will be in Anaheim in October. Another great conference is TechEd, which will be in Pasadena in April.
    3. MichaelOliver
      MichaelOliver
      Hey Dr. P.,

      They tell me that you posted a page that listed good sources for info on the latest developments in Ed Tech. I searched for it and could not locate it. I'm looking for a good e-zine or other source to keep me up to date on the latest technology for learning. Could you make a suggestion or help me find your page you posted?
      Thanks so much! Mike
    4. MichaelOliver
      MichaelOliver
      Hey Anthony, I've read many of your posts and would really appreciate your opinion on the following questions. Would you mind? I would greatly appreciate it.

      I'm considering starting a doctorate at Capella. My goal is to be able to teach higher Ed. in online, adjunct positions while I continue my current job as a Jr. high teacher. My questions:

      1. Would there be an advantage to getting a PhD over a practitioner doctorate such as a DBA? I'm going for a doctorate in business, or maybe education. Would a PhD increase my chances of continuous employment?

      2. Which field of study, business or education, would yield better adjunct teaching opportunities?

      3. Hypothetically speaking, would you consider hiring a Capella PhD at your school? All other things being equal. (This is not a request for a job)

      Many thanks! Mike
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    University Administrator
    Happily married, six great kids, avid guitarist, active LDS

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