Julian Phillippi, a graduate student in the Human Resource Management and Development program, was featured in Forbes on September 3, 2019. The column writer, Sheila Callaham, who focuses on combatting ageism in the workplace, extensively interviewed Ms. Phillippi regarding her career change, re-entry into academic life, and her focus on becoming "one of the changemakers working to dismantle ageism."
Julian Phillippi was chosen to intern with the Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo over Summer 2019. Applying HR methodologies and practical applications from her degree program, Ms. Phillippi created strategic initiatives and research on diversity, equity, and inclusion as well creating learning and training programs for management and leadership development.
The Human Capital Management Department strives to be a leader in developing the next generation of HR professionals by providing students a comprehensive understanding of how people and strategy help an organization achieve its goals and objectives. Their MS in Human Resource Management and Development (HRMD) prepares students to become strategic business professionals with specialized expertise in effectively leading and managing talent in today’s global organizations.