scholarship of discovery
Academic discovery reflects “the commitment to knowledge for its own sake, to freedom of inquiry and to following, in a disciplined fashion, an investigation wherever it may lead.” (Boyer 1990:17) Discovery includes identifying new or revised theoretical principles and models, insights production in the arts, architecture, design, video, and broadcast media. Discovery may be made manifest through teaching, research, and service.
CITI, Social and Behavioral Research Certification, 2022-2025
Maietta, H. & Gardner, P. (2022). Ensuring success for transfer students: The importance of career and professional development. National Resource Center on the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
Maietta, H. (2019). Cases in Career Services: A Working Guide for Practitioners. National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Gardner, P. & Maietta, H. (2019). The T-Professional Model and Undergraduate Education: Advancing the Talent Development. Business Expert
Hunter, M.S., Keup, J., Kinzie, J. & Maietta, H. (2012). The Senior Year: Culminating Experiences and Transitions. National Resource Center for The
select book chapters
Maietta, H. N., & Gardner, P. G. (2021). The elasticity of the T-professional: Skills and competencies for job crafting success. In Q. Martin III. (Ed.). Career Development and Job Satisfaction. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Maietta, H. N. (2021). Career development capstone course for doctoral students. In C. Fountain, & I. Portillo (Eds.).
Career advising as a tool for student success and educational equity. National Resource Center for The First-Year
Experience & Students in Transition.
Maietta, H. N. (2021). When first-generation students become doctoral candidates. In H. Longwell-Grice & R. Longwell-
Grice (Eds). At the Intersection: Understanding and Exploring First-Generation Students. Stylus.
Maietta, H. N. (2021). Meeting the career development needs of first-generation college students. In Longwell-Grice, H.
and Longwell-Grice, R. (Eds.). At the Intersection: Understanding and Exploring First-Generation Students. Stylus.
Gardner, P. & Maietta, H.N. (2020). Systems and systems thinking. In Gardner, P. & Maietta, H.N. (Eds). Advancing talent development: Steps towards a T-model infused undergraduate education. Business Expert Press.
non-refereed journal articles
Maietta, H.N. (2018). Contemplating work/life balance. Career Developments. National Career Development Association.
Maietta, H.N. (2016, Winter). Career development needs of first-generation college students. NACE Journal.
Maietta, H.N. (2016). Parental involvement in the career development process. NACE Journal.
Maietta, H.N. & Sherman, D.C. (2011). A four-year professional development model prepares students for
successful careers. E-Source, 8(2). 4. National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
Maietta, H.N. & Williamson, J. (2010). Junior business card project. Career Convergence. NCDA
Maietta, H.N. (2010, January). Job club helps seniors transition to the world of work. E-Source, 7(3). National
Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
Maietta, H.N. (2013). Career passport: An introduction to career planning for first-year students and beyond. In M. Morgan
(Ed.). Recruiting and supporting diversity: A practical guide. Routledge.
Maietta, H.N. (2012). Career development in the senior year. In Hunter, M.S., Keup, J.R., Kinzie, J. & Maietta, H.N.
(Eds.) The senior year: Culminating experiences and transitions. National Resource Center on the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
Employer perceptions of virtual internships
The impact of college closure on student's sense of belonging
To badge or not to badge: The perceptions of micro-credentialing from employers: Refereed paper
The online degree vs traditional degree: Perceptions on hiring: Refereed paper
New directions in qualitative research: emerging methods and tools for inquiry