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Dr. Alyncia Bowen
Panel Discussion: AI and Writing: the Pros, Cons, & Concerns
Dr. Alyncia Bowen, Dean of the Ross College of Business at Franklin University, Executive Director of the Franklin University Leadership Center, and Co-Executive Director of the Global Center for Healthcare Education, provides innovative curriculum for both domestic and international students. This includes creating a curriculum that fosters learning and utilization of Artificial Intelligence. She earned her doctorate in Organization and Management from Capella University, an MSA in Health Care Administration from Central Michigan University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Capital University. Dr. Bowen has held many positions at Franklin, including Dean of Doctoral Studies at the School of Nursing, Program Chair of the Doctorate in Healthcare Administration Program, Department Chair of Health Programs, and BSAD and Management and Leadership Programs. Dr. Bowen serves as faculty advisor and or instructor and Research Chair for the DHA, DBA, DPS, and EdD programs. Dr. Bowen oversees the international partner educational institutions for Franklin University and has taught domestically and globally for over 20 years. While at Franklin University, she was instrumental in the development and launch of Ohio National University, a division of Franklin University, and the advanced nursing degrees (Dr. Bowen has also served as an instructor for Mount Carmel College of Nursing, where she taught and developed the curriculum for their Healthcare Systems, Policy, and Economics course. She has served as a guest lecturer on the topics of research and project management. In addition to higher education, Dr. Bowen has worked in healthcare for over 23 years and has held several leadership and operations management positions. She is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and has trained several Green Belts. Dr. Bowen enjoys presenting and has presented on the following topics: Developing and Sustaining a Community of Practice, Creating a Culture of Learning, Building, Developing and Implementing Best Practices in a Multi-generational Educational Environment, Cultural Competence, Transformational Teaching, and Transnational Education. She has published on the topics of leadership, intersectionality, and black female education leaders. She currently serves on the Community Board at COSI, the Quality Board for Ohio Living, and the Board of Directors for IACBE.
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