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Edith Winterhalter EdD
Associate Vice President for Budget and Strategic Business Operations
California State University Northridge
Filipinas with PhDs Series
So you've earned your PhD. FWN invites FWN members to share the many years they've spent in research and interviews and how they have successfully defended their dissertations.
"Physical Learning Spaces and College Students with ADHD"
An increased number of college students with ADHD has outcomes that are less than optimal. Although these students are offered accommodations in higher education, one area that needs further investigation is whether existing and planned physical instructional spaces facilitate their success. This study explored the impact of physical instructional spaces on the learning experiences of college students with ADHD.
Editha Tijamo Winterhalter has twenty years of experience in the higher education sector. She is the Associate Vice President for Strategic Business Operations at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). In this role, she has responsibilities of overseeing the divisional budget, supporting the Chief Financial Officer in various programs and initiatives, and supervising the campus risk management program. Prior to this, she was the Director of Academic Budget Management where she had supervisory roles in budget and finance, facilities planning, enrollment planning, and other academically-related programs. Edith earned her Doctorate of Education, Master’s Degree in Education, and Bachelor of Science in Accountancy at CSUN.
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WHAT IS A VIRTUAL WATER COOLER?
FWN convenes a weekly Virtual Water Cooler. Showing up for each other. A gathering to share, ask and give.
SHARE: Do you have a story, an article, a job promotion, an award you received, news about your company, an idea you want to share?
ASK: Do you need advice, a resource, a contact, someone to review your resume or a speech you're writing, guidance on a marketing pitch or grant proposal? I know it's not in our culture to ask for help as many of us feel ashamed. Know that you are in a safe, private and confidential environment.
GIVE: Do you have something to give? A free consultation, a book, an item you no longer need, a ticket to attend a Zoom event or conference, a discount coupon, a free meal? Receiving is at the heart of our connection with one another. It is about paying forward.
This weekly gathering is to demonstrate the abiding power of FWN's personal connections and bringing people together in solidarity and comfort.
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