University of Phoenix Doctoral Studies College Releases Latest Edition of Phoenix Scholar ™ Academic Journal | Business
PHOENIX – (BUSINESS WIRE) – June 18, 2021–
The University of Phoenix released the 11th edition of the Phoenix Scholar â¢, his academic research journal. This issue of the periodical presents diverse perspectives on the challenges facing a world overcoming the pandemic. It also focuses on the Knowledge Without Borders (KWB) Summit 2021. The annual KWB Summit enables University of Phoenix faculty, students and alumni to develop their professional research and scholarship goals and, through scientific leadership, to improve the performance of the organizations and communities they serve.
Phoenix Scholar â¢ is the academic research quarterly publication of the College of Doctoral Studies at the University of Phoenix. As a long-time leader in online education, the university uses research to develop solutions in key areas of leadership, workplace diversity and instructional technology to improve student outcomes. students, improve communities and help students, faculty and alumni develop their career aspirations.
âOver the past year, we have witnessed unprecedented events including a global pandemic that has exposed persistent systemic inequalities in our society,â said Hinrich Eylers, Ph.D., editor-in-chief of Phoenix Scholar â¢ and vice-chancellor of doctoral studies and academic operations at the University of Phoenix. âOur world is changing rapidly and the time has come for us to fill the gaps that limit access to services and resources. This edition of Phoenix scholar â¢ shows how research helps address societal changes to improve future opportunities.
The College of Doctoral Studies is also home to the newly established University of Phoenix Career Institute, which recently released the results of its first annual Career Optimism Index â¢ study. The study measures the attitudes of American workers towards their careers and barriers to career progression. The study found that 34% of Americans believe their careers have been cut short due to COVID-19 and 43% of Americans say they live paycheck to paycheck.
âThis study tells us that there is a lot more that can be done to help Americans gain confidence in their careers,â Eylers said. âAs we emerge from the global pandemic, the University of Phoenix remains steadfast in its commitment to provide rigorous education and constantly innovate to meet the needs of all students. Our research is designed to remove barriers and provide students, alumni, and the community with support throughout their professional journey. “
To read the COVID-19 issue of Phoenix Scholar â¢, visit: Scholar-4.1-1.pdf (phoenix.edu).
About the College of Doctoral Studies
The University of Phoenix Doctoral Studies College focuses on today’s challenging business and organizational needs, from solving critical social problems to developing solutions to accelerate community building and the growth of the community. ‘industry. The College’s research program places students at the center of an effective ecosystem of experts, resources and tools to prepare them to become a leader in their organization, industry and community. Through this program, students and researchers work with organizations to conduct research that can be applied in real time in the workplace.
About the University of Phoenix Career Institute â¢
The mandate of the University of Phoenix Career Institute is to conduct research on the solutions American workers need. Housed within the University’s College of Doctoral Studies, the Institute will conduct research, share ideas to inform problem-solving, and work with leading organizations to provide solutions that help remove barriers that Americans face. are facing in their careers. For more information on the University of Phoenix Career Institute and the Career Optimism Index â¢ study, visit www.phoenix.edu/career-institute.
About the University of Phoenix
The University of Phoenix continually innovates to help working adults improve their careers in a rapidly changing world. Flexible hours, relevant classes, and interactive learning help students more effectively pursue their professional and personal aspirations while balancing their busy lives. We serve a diverse student body, offering degree programs in select locations across the United States as well as online. For more information visitphoenix.edu.
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