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A COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

 

Dr. Chicotsky is currently developing a search query and content aggregator centered on diversity policy (DiversityPolicy.com), which is powered by content scraping and data sequencing technology.

 

This will be the first comprehensive resource that provides an indexed and navigable archive of all diversity policy publicly available in higher education and publicly traded companies.

 

This utility will provide future policy committees sufficient access to replicable and precedential drafts from peer institutions. Along with annotations and peer reviews, the site will provide a citable guide to advance equal opportunity, safety, and justice. The prospective launch will be in fall 2020.

 

 

WRITING ON CAPITAL MARKETS FOR THE HOPKINS BUSINESS BLOG

Contributing blogger for “Carey The Torch”, CareyTheTorch.com                     Summer 2017 - 2019

  • Providing career and industry insight for master’s students and alumni of the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University.

SERVICE TO ACADEME

 

Task Force Group on Student Success, Office of the Dean, NYU Forthcoming                         Summer/Fall 2019

  • Faculty and staff convene to advance strategic priorities for the School of Professional Studies.

 

Founder and Advisory Board Member, Diversity Policy (DiversityPolicy.com)                          Fall 2017 - Present

  • Diversity Policy is a searchable archive of university policy (in development for launch in 2020).

 

Evaluation of Student Learning Objectives and Program Goals                                 Spring 2019 - Summer 2019

  • Leading a multi-year department assessment mandated by the NYU Office of Academic Affairs.

 

Academic Ethics Board, Student Services Office, Johns Hopkins University                     Fall 2018 - Spring 2019

  • Accepted invitation from the Vice Dean for Faculty and Research to provide board reviews,

appeal considerations, and judgments on ethics violations at the Carey Business School.

 

Faculty Mentor, Career Development Office, Johns Hopkins University                                                   Fall 2018

  • Provide advising for dedicated professional staff of the School’s “Social Impact Network.”

 

Advertising Consulting, The Chronicle of Higher Education                                                                      Fall 2017

  • Facilitated opportunities for academics to post open faculty lines and contribute content.

Faculty Volunteer, Mock Networking Event for Master of Finance Students                                            Oct. 2017

Hosted by the Career Development Office at the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University

  • Provided coaching for the following professional categories: image, pitch, and engagement.

 

Wrote and Submitted Grant; Scripps Howard Foundation, The University of Alabama                           Oct. 2016

  • Researched and prepared the application as Coordinator of Experiential Learning.

 

Ph.D. Task Force Implementation Recruitment Subcommittee, The University of Alabama      Spring – Fall 2016

  • Contributed to the College’s recruitment plan and budget projection (pro forma).

Participant, Selection Committee for Communication Specialist, The University of Alabama              Spring 2016

The University of Alabama

  • Interviewed candidates for the communication specialist role and provided scoring. Facilitated by the College of Communication and Information Sciences.

 

 

INVITED (NON-PEER REVIEWED) PRESENTATIONS

 

Chicotsky, B. (October, 2016), Millennials at work: Fun, savvy, and connected. At the 62nd Annual Human Resources Management Conference.

 

Chicotsky, B. (February, 2016). Reflections on Millennial attention-seeking and attention-span: Livestreaming and mobile applications to enhance the learning experience. Presentation at the Center for Instructional Technology at the University of Alabama.

 

Chicotsky, B. (March, 2015). Futurist event series hosted by Dean Mark Nelson of the College of Communication and Information Sciences at the University of Alabama. Lead panelist: Professor Robert G. Picard (Oxford University).

 

 

EXTERNAL CONSULTING

 

Advertising Consulting, The Chronicle of Higher Education                                                Oct. – Nov. 2017

  • Facilitated opportunities for university personnel to contribute content, post faculty job calls, or

       contribute to white papers.

 

 

 

PROGRAM DIRECTORSHIP

Dr. Chicotsky is the founder of a professional development travel program, Industry Immersion, which engages executives and hiring managers around the country (and soon, internationally). The program was designed to help launch student careers while functioning as an extension of course learning.

Industry Immersion's Media Produced by Dr. Chicotsky

Coordinator of Experiential Learning, External Relations                        January 2016 - January 2017  

College of Communication and Information Sciences, The University of Alabama          
Founder and Director of Industry Immersion (Professional Development Travel Program)

*More at industry.ua.edu.

  • Managed scholarship allocations with a commitment to diversity; secured $100,000 endowment.

  • Wrote and submitted a grant to the Scripps Howard Foundation (October 2016).

  • Organized, promoted, and led 14 trips for 137 students to meet executives and hiring managers in 163 companies in the U.S.

 

Lectureship and Curriculum Development as Coordinator of Experiential Learning

  • Developed a teaching curriculum focusing on professional growth and rudimentary business principles. Topics included an overview of industry history (e.g., “Google from Start to Finish” and “The Sharing Economy and Collaborative Consumption”); introduction to deep-tech; managing early professionalism; and finance 101.

  • Planned trips to ten cities nationwide, each consisting of 15 hours of lectures over five days, and six hours of pre-trip training for participants.

COMMUNITY LECTURESHIP

 

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Continuing Education                                                 Fall 2015

The University of Alabama

  • Proposed, developed, and taught a new course: The Business of Celebrity in Social Media. Taught twenty continuing studies students and senior students (age 65+).

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STUDENT MENTORSHIP

 

Faculty Volunteer, Mock Networking Event for Master of Finance Students                 Oct. 19th, 2017
Hosted by the Career Development Office at the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University

  • Provided coaching for the following professional categories: image, pitch, and engagement.

Advisor, MC 101 Brand Team Student Organization (BrandTeam.org)               Fall 2016 - Spring 2017

The University of Alabama       

  • Guided students in strategic planning and implementation of digital media campaigns. ​

Brand Team, Spring 2017

Advisor, Alabama Media Student Organization (AlabamaMedia.org)                    Fall 2014 - Fall 2015

The University of Alabama               

  • Taught research methods for industry insights as extracurricular learning opportunities.