Philip D. Gardner, Ph.D.

Philip Gardner served as executive director of career services at Michigan State University
and director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute, where he actively researched issues related to college and work. His work includes investigating and advocating the T- professional model as a means to reimagine undergraduate education. Philip served as a Fulbright specialist to New Zealand in work-integrated learning, recognized by the Cooperative Education Internship Association and the World Association of Cooperative Education in understanding and advancing work-integrated learning. He was recently elected to the Academy of Fellows of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Author's Books

Ensuring Success for Students Who Transfer
The Importance of Career and Professional Development

Transfer students face a unique set of challenges when trying to get acclimated to their new environment. In the current transfer literature, there is an absence of career development in all its forms including career resources, career advising, career coaching/counseling, professional readiness, and job search strategizing. Ensuring Success for Students Who Transfer: The Importance of Career and Professional Development works to fill this void.

This publication presents anecdotal and data-driven evidence of career development and professional readiness being infused at various universities to offset the imperceptible career voice in current transfer literature.

Paperback: 9781942072669 / $35.00

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