Pamela M. Golubski

Pamela is the Director of Training and Development at iCarnegie (Powered by Carnegie Mellon University) and is an Assistant Professor of Business at Point Park University. She earned a PhD in Instructional Management, a MS in Educational Counseling, a BS in Management, and a certificate in Adult Learning. Prior to iCarnegie she was the Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies and Assessment in the College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Her 15 years of higher education experience extends into the areas of administration, curriculum development, academic and career advising, mentoring, specialized programming, first-year experience, accreditation, and assessment. She has been teaching since 1997, and her true passion is in teaching management (change, project, or strategic management, and organizational behavior) and soft skills courses (human relations, professional communications, research, and writing).Pamela’s research has been and continues to be in the areas of traditional and e-mentoring, service-learning, virtual advising, probation counseling methods, and the use of Web 2.0 technologies in acclimating, communicating, engaging, onboarding, and retaining college students.

Lastly, Dr. Golubski is on the Board of Directors for Dress for Success Pittsburgh, the Planning Board for Heinz History Center Uncorked, and Editor Board for the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (JSARP). She also is the current Chapter Advisor for Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity at Carnegie Mellon University.


Pedagogical and Andragogical Teaching and Learning with Information Communication Technologies
Viktor Wang, Lesley Farmer, Judith Parker, Pamela M. Golubski. © 2012. 242 pages.
Pedagogy and andragogy are often treated as separate fields, despite their similarities and shared goal of stimulating learning in individuals to the fullest degree possible....
Utilizing Interactive Technologies to Engage, Integrate, Involve, and Increase Community amongst College Students
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2012. 15 pages.
Retention in higher education is a forefront goal for most administration, staff, and faculty members. For this goal to be achieved, college professionals must go above and...
Utilizing a Virtual Environment for Academic Advising
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2012. 16 pages.
Students, regardless of age, need access to an assigned academic advisor with which they can develop a long term, mutual relationship during their college tenure. An academic...
Utilizing Virtual Environments for the Creation and Management of an E-Mentoring Initiative
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2012. 15 pages.
Adjusting to college is difficult regardless if the student is entering higher education immediately after graduating from high school, returning as a re-admit, or an adult...
Virtual Compared to Traditional Academic Advising Satisfaction Rates of First-Year College Students: A Pair Study
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2012. 15 pages.
This study compared virtual/online to traditional/in person academic advising in terms of student satisfaction ratings. Students were exposed to two advising methods at different...
Virtually Onboarding and Supporting Adult Students in College Using Web 2.0 Technologies
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2011. 18 pages.
The transition to college is a difficult time for most students. Students experience changes in interpersonal and social adjustment, academic and career concerns, as well as...
Online Academic Advising
Pamela M. Golubski. © 2008. 7 pages.
With the vast majority of higher education institutions now being populated with millennial students and distance learners, it is necessary to change the way academic advising is...