Rejection and criticism can sometimes be useful, right? Here's how!
Academia and many other environments offer rich opportunities to receive criticism and rejection. Dean Osborne is an expert in receiving rejection and criticism during his almost thirty year scholarly career, having frequently received scathing (and sometimes constructive) criticism and rejection on everything from personal potential to teaching, scholarly potential, career path, and even personal style. This discussion will explore how to use these experiences as opportunities for personal and professional growth.
March 14, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location: 203 Watt Family Innovation Center
He is currently serving as Associate Provost and Dean in the Graduate School.
Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School Jason Osborne oversees all activities within the Graduate School. This includes advising the Provost on policy related to graduate education, overseeing all processes from application through graduation, and professional development for graduate students and faculty. He leads the Graduate School staff in working closely with academic units to support their goals and mission, developing and supporting innovative initiatives in graduate education, and evaluating and maintaining the exceptional quality of programs offered at Clemson. Jason’s background is in educational psychology and statistics. He continues to be an active scholar in applied statistics, having authored numerous books, articles, and scholarly presentations. His academic appointment as Professor is in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Prior to coming to Clemson, he spent almost two decades focused solely on graduate education at several other research universities.
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