Where Does Your Time Go?: Developing Your Plan for Effective Time Management
Aired on June 11, 2013
Students will assess how they use their time throughout the week. Effective time management strategies related to academic study will be presented including organizational tools and goal setting. Participants will also be provided with some easy to use, tangible study tips to put into practice.
Jacqueline R. Klein, PhD, Director, Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development, New York University College of Nursing
Dr. Jacqueline Klein has been advising college students for over 13 years at both private and public universities. Dr. Klein received her PhD in Counselor Education with a focus on Student Development in Postsecondary Education from the University of Iowa.
Stef Daley, MSEd, Assistant Director, Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development, New York University College of Nursing
Ms. Stef Daley has been advising college students at various private institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region since 2001. She earned an MSEd in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania.
Donald Brown, MA, Academic Advisor, Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development, New York University College of Nursing
Mr. Donald Brown is an academic advisor at NYU’s College of Nursing. Prior to his work at NYU’s College of Nursing he worked in varying capacities in higher education at Baldwin-Wallace College and Fordham University. Mr. Brown earned his MA in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Jaishali Patel, MA, Academic Advisor, Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development, New York University College of Nursing
Ms. Jaishali Patel started her career in higher education at New York University where she has worked in different capacities at the University. Jaishali completed her MA in Higher Education and Student Affairs at NYU Steinhardt.
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