NEWPORT, R.I. – A journal article published by Arlene Nicholas, Ph.D., assistant professor of business studies and economics, has been included in a compilation book edited by John H. Westover titled “Training the Next Generation of Knowledge Workers: Reading for Effective Secondary Education & Workplace Learning Practices.”
Nicholas’s article, “Preferred Learning Methods of the Millennial Generation” was originally published in 2008 in the International Journal of Learning.
It appears in Part II of the book, which focuses on “Effectively Preparing for Future Working Generations.”
“Training the Next Generation of Knowledge Workers” is a comprehensive introduction to organizational learning. It explores the wide sweeping impacts for the modern workplace, presenting a wide range of cross-disciplinary research.
Nicholas has her bachelor of science degree, her master of arts degree and her master of science degree from Salve Regina University, and her doctorate in business administration from Touro University International.
Last spring, she presented a paper at the University of Limerick, Ireland at the Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems conference. That paper, “Is Teleworking for Millenials?” was co-authored with Dr. Indira Guzman of TUI University (formerly Touro University International).