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Sharron Noone, Ph.D.

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MA in Interdisciplinary Studies Department
snoone@marylhurst.edu

 

Education

Ph.D., Workplace Education and Training, Oregon State University
MPA, Lewis & Clark College
BS, Sociology, Portland State University

Classes Taught

Organizational Communication Theory
Organizational Systems & Function

About

Sharron Noone has more than 40 years working and consulting in private, public and nonprofit organizations.

Now retired from Portland State University, Sharron's independent consulting activities include leadership and supervisory training to public and nonprofit organizations.

She also consults on customized training and interventions for public sector organizations of all kinds.

 

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October 23, 2014

Graduate Programs Information Session

Learn about Marylhurst's graduate degree programs. MA - Applied Pastoral Theology. MA - Art Therapy Counseling. MA - Interdisciplinary Studies. MA...

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November 11, 2014

Marylhurst University Day at Mary's Woods

As part of our on-going partnership with Mary's Woods, join us for our monthly Marylhurst Day at Mary's Woods. Activities take place throughout the...

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December 09, 2014

Marylhurst University Day at Mary's Woods

As part of our on-going partnership with Mary's Woods, join us for our monthly Marylhurst Day at Mary's Woods. Activities take place throughout the...

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