The School of Business Dean’s distinguished speaker series continued this past week, when Lauren Berger, ‘The Intern Queen,’ spoke to students about her undergraduate internship experiences. Berger provided the over 450 students in attendance with extremely useful information on applying for internships and moving forward in their job searches. She offered resume review tips and discussed key skills necessary for career building.
Archive for October, 2012
The Quinnipiac community is proud to announce that Wheatley Wentzell has been brought in as a fellow for Middlesex Hospital’s Administrative Fellowship Program. Wentzell got her MBA degree from the School of Business in 2012, with a focus in Health Care Management.
This is a great honor within the health care administration field. The Middlesex Hospital Administrative Fellowship was established in 1987 for masters prepared candidates in healthcare administration or a concentration in health care administration. The one-year appointment is designed to foster the professional development of future health care leaders by offering broad-based exposure to the organizational, operational and strategic planning of a multi-level health care system.
In an effort to maximize broad exposure, the program consists of a flexible, project-oriented structure, allowing the fellow the ability to select areas and projects of interest. Wentzell will be responsible for reporting directly to a member of the Middlesex Hospital executive team and will frequently interact with the entire executive management team, medical staff, and board. As the fellowship has been a welcomed and valued program at Middlesex Hospital for over 20 years, its purpose is understood hospital-wide, and is supported by the executive leadership, governing body, and medical staff.
Wentzell will also develop core competencies and practical management skills by actively participating in interdisciplinary committees and work groups; attending executive-level, medical staff leadership and board of director meetings; receiving one-on-one mentorship; and attending various community and health care industry meetings and events. This experiential learning and enrichment framework provides internal exposure to organizational dynamics as well as external exposure to the broader health care landscape.
Angela Mattie attended the Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Foundation Health Policy Fellows 2012 Alumni Retreat held in Washington, DC on October 13-14 and the Institute of Medicine Annual Meeting held on October 15, 2012. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows program is the nation’s most prestigious learning experience at the nexus of health science, policy, and politics.
Conducted and administered by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies since 1973, the non-partisan fellowship offers exclusive, hands-on policy experience with the most influential congressional and executive offices in the nation’s capital.
Working hand-in-hand with the best and brightest in federal health policy, fellows gain an insider’s perspective of the political process, develop unmatched leadership skills, and build a professional network that lasts a lifetime.
Senator Tom Daschle, former Senate Majority Leader, held a dialogue with the close group of RWJ alumni fellows gathered to discuss Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Where Are We Now?