VIRTUAL COFFEE TALK: Best Practices for Online Students

VIRTUAL COFFEE TALK: Best Practices for Online Students


 Best Practices for Online Students


by Dr. Javier Flores

Javier Wedekind-Flores received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management (BSBM) in 2009 and his Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management (MBA) in 2011 from the University of Phoenix.  He received his Doctorate of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Management (DBA) in 2018 from Argosy University.  He worked in finance and business management for over 25 years and his business knowledge is extensive in a variety of business fields.  He worked for Bank of America as a Business Operations Manager and HSBC as a Business Sales Manager for over 12 years.  His last job was in post-secondary education working in the finance department at Argosy University. Currently, Javier is a full-time instructor at Southern States University.

Thursday, March 11th at 1:00 pm

via ZOOM

SSU’s Virtual Coffee Talks is a 2021 initiative from the Academic Affairs Office with the purpose of bringing together faculty and students from different backgrounds and interests within the University. At each meeting, a faculty member presents their recent work in progress, such as research or other critical-thinking concept, in an informal, constructive atmosphere. These meetings yield valuable feedback for the presenters, while also informing the participants about critical research or other ideas and concepts being explored and discussed in today’s society.

Please note that the University will not record these meetings and participants will be able to choose their video on or off.