About SMLR

Postdoctoral Visiting Scholar

Faculty

Dr. Barry Eidlin is a comparative historical sociologist with an interest in the study of class, politics, and institutional change. Before joining the faculty at SMLR, Dr. Barry Eidlin taught at the University of Wisconsin, Madison's Department of Sociology. 

  • Education

    Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley

    M.A. University of Californis, Berkeley

    B.A. Oberlin College

  • Expertise

    - Political sociology

    - Organizational studies

    - Inequality

    - Social polic

Available Scholarships

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Available scholarships and awards for the 2015-2016 academic school year. Please contact the program director associated with the program you are enrolled in for more information.


*Limited funding available*

Anthony S. Zuccarello Scholarship

For new or continuing students in the Masters of Labor and Employment Relations, the Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations, or the Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies and Employment Relations programs.

Professor and Director of the Center for Innovation in Worker Organization

Faculty

Professor Marilyn Sneiderman directs the Center for Innovation in Worker Organization at Rutgers’ School of Management and Labor Relations, bringing with her 30 years of experience in labor, community, faith based, immigrant and racial justice organizing, as well as extensive experience in managing large staffs and managing intensive organizational change work.
 
  • Education

    B.S., University of Wisconsin at Madison 

    M.S.W., University of Wisconsin at Madison

  • Expertise

    - Labor, community, immigrant, and racial justice organizing through on-the-ground coalition building, strategic campaigns, and grassroots organizing

Test

  • Rogers, Sean, Ph.D. 2013, Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University

    Sean Rogers

MHRM Courses and Learning Objectives

MHRM Courses and Learning Objectives

HRM Undergraduate Courses and Learning Objectives

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Undergraduate HRM Courses and Learning Objectives

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Learning Categories

301

Introduction to HRM

V, VI

311