PhD in Leadership and Change student Nicole White has published “Shifting Leadership in Times of Crisis: A Role for DAC“ in the latest issue of the Journal Biomolecular Techniques. The piece highlights the ways in which the current COVID-19 pandemic has led to the opportunity for Direction, Alignment, and Commitment (DAC) in leadership throughout the globe. In particular, Nicole shares the importance of creating space for distributive leadership, the importance of increasing the flow of ideas and building stronger boundary-spanning networks of community. Nicole is Shared Resource Administrator at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and is experienced in business and academic science fields especially in the areas of change management, client engagement, leadership, quality improvement, cross-functional project management, and customer service.
Amber Gonzalez, a 2019 graduate of the AUS School of Education’s Alternative Route to Teacher Certification (ARTC) Program, was named her building’s Outstanding Educator of