HRM Advisory Board
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT GONZAGA UNIVERSITY
No matter what field students enter after graduation, studying human resource management prepares students for a wide range of jobs and positions. Effective leadership of human resources requires an understanding of the strategy, law, and procedures, as well as an understanding of appropriate reactions to individual values, personality, experiences, perceptions, emotions, and attitudes. It also requires an understanding of the potential dilemmas likely to arise during policy formation and implementation and during times of organizational change.
Studying the art and science of human resource management helps students focus on the development of the managerial skills necessary to improve employee retention and increase employee performance. At GU, we provide experiential, reflection, and network opportunities through our relationship with our HRM Concentration Advisory Board and by supporting the GU Student Chapter of SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management).
HUMAN RESOURCE CONCENTRATION ADVISORY BOARD
One of the SBA’s strategic objectives is to actively engage with our university and the community. The GU SBA HRM Concentration Advisory Board seeks to involve our local HR leaders in the educational development of our future leaders for others. Our HRM Concentration meets both AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and SHRM standards of academic and professional alignment.
- Board members meet semi-annually with management faculty to discuss curriculum, skills required of entry level positions, current HR-related issues.
- Faculty use Advisory Board suggestions to ensure the use of relevant and rigorous assignments in our classroom.
- Board members meet annually with student leaders from the Gonzaga Student SHRM Chapter to network, mentor, and guide projects and events.
- In return for service, the SBA offer opportunities for research partnerships, student projects, and consultant workshops.
Katy Bruya, PHR
Juanita Gray, PHR
Greg Husted, SPHR
Heather Lowe, MA
Molly Pepper, PhD
KaLee Quanz, PHR
LINKSThe Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Inland Northwest Chapter of SHRM
Gonzaga Student Chapter of SHRM #5444