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Episode 3: A Public Health Crisis and How Hospitals Have Responded

Episode 3: A Public Health Crisis and How Hospitals Have Responded

October 27, 2020

In this Episode, Moderator Dr. Joseph Youngblood, dean of the John S. Watson School of Public Service, discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and how two local hospitals have responded to this public health crisis. Youngblood is joined by Dan Moen, president and chief executive officer, St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton and Michelle Morrison, chief hospital executive at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin.

Episode 2: Our Voices Count, Your Vote is Your Commodity

Episode 2: Our Voices Count, Your Vote is Your Commodity

September 29, 2020

In this episode, Ann Prime-Monaghan, assistant dean of the John S. Watson School of Public Service, discusses voter registration history and the importance of civic engagement through voting with Gloria Frederick, PhD., and Barbara George-Johnson, executive director of the The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy.

Episode 1: Public Service Leadership Studio

Episode 1: Public Service Leadership Studio

September 30, 2019

In this episode, Christopher Schultz, assistant dean of the Watson School, sits down with Dean Joe Youngblood to discuss the origins, mission, and motivations of the both the Watson School and Institute.

Technology Leadership Studio Episode 1: Social Engineering

Technology Leadership Studio Episode 1: Social Engineering

September 20, 2018

Dr. Jane LeClair, president of the Washington Center for Cybersecurity Research and Development, Cybersecurity advisory board member and Cybersecurity program advisor for Thomas Edison State University, explores why social engineering is a people problem and how serious this threat can be, impacting nearly 4 out of every 5 breaches today. So, what can we do to halt hackers' activities? 

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