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Kathryn Buzzoni

Lecturer
Unit: School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Department: SCPS - CP-Admin-Stdnt Svcs&Enllmt Mgt
Office location and address
101 Zehmer Hall
104 Midmont Ln
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
NCEN 101: Back to Basics: Systems Thinking for Practitioners
Develops systems thinking skills in engineers and other technical professionals who design systems, solve problems, and/or develop new concepts for addressing client needs. Introduces the "systems approach" through a series of case studies, breakout group exercises, classroom discussions, and mini-lectures. Explores concepts of trade-studies and systems modeling as applied to problem solving.
NCHP 110: Management Strategies for Functional Impairments in Children
Provides a comprehensive update on treatments available to enhance motor function and ease disability in patients with neuromuscular conditions.
NCAR 117: Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute
Focuses on providing skills and abilities to effectively manage, conserve, and protect Virginia's natural resources. Consists of six three-day sessions utilizing a mix of mini-lectures, experiential role-plays and exercises, stakeholder panel discussions about specific environmental 'hot' topics, and field trips.
NCBM 405: McIntire Knowledge Continuum
Credits: 1
Provides business leaders with a cutting-edge learning experience focused on the management of information technology. Introduces the latest approaches to leadership, innovation, architecture, emerging technologies, project management, business analytics, and social media. Delivered in a one-day executive style seminar program.
PSPL 1000: State & Local Political Ldrshp
Credits: 3
State & Local Political Ldrshp
PSHM 1010: Explorations in Health Care: Issues and Opportunities
Credits: 3
Introduces the healthcare literature, structure, delivery systems and challenges facing US healthcare, healthcare economics and research, insurance, policy and the Affordable Care Act; explores the educational requirements and job responsibilities of various healthcare providers and career opportunities; fosters critical thinking and library research skills. Prerequisite: Approved as a SCPS High School Community Scholar.
PSTS 1010: Digital Technology and Communication
Credits: 3
Provides an increased awareness and understanding of digital technology while developing the foundational skills necessary to use various digital technology applications for educational purposes.
ENGR 1520: Explorations in Engineering
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to engineering, including the role of engineers in modern society, engineering subdisciplines, & methods used by engineers to solve problems. A key component is a hands-on design-build project in which students work in small teams to develop a solution to a problem. This activity culminates in demonstration of a design solution prototype. Students should be able to make clearer choices when deciding a career path. Prerequisite: Instructor consent.
NURS 4010: Nurse Residency Program - Part I
This course is designed to assist new graduate nurses successfully transition from academic status into professional nursing practice in areas of leadership, professional role, and patient outcomes. Integration and application of topics related to clinical decision making, prioritization of tasks, problem recognition, and clinical implementation will serve to enhance observational and critical thinking skills.
NURS 4011: Nurse Residency Program - Part II
This course is designed to assist new graduate nurses successfully transition from academic status into professional nursing practice in areas of leadership, professional role, and patient outcomes. Integration and application of topics related to clinical decision making, prioritization of tasks, problem recognition, and clinical implementation will serve to enhance observational and critical thinking skills. Part II of a three-part course.
NURS 4012: Nurse Residency Program - Part III
Credits: 3
This course is designed to assist new graduate nurses successfully transition from academic status into professional nursing practice in areas of leadership, professional role, and patient outcomes. Integration and application of topics related to clinical decision making, prioritization of tasks, problem recognition, and clinical implementation will serve to enhance observational and critical thinking skills. Part III of a three-part course.