Charles Tharp, a professor of the practice, has an insider’s perspective on the means to create, nurture, and develop careers—even in instances of turmoil. He was head of human sources at Bristol Myers Squibb in New York City during the September 11, 2001, terrorist assaults. A former executive vice president on the HR Policy Association and CEO of the Center on Executive Compensation, he was an HR chief during the 1979 oil disaster, the SARS epidemic, and the Great Recession. Whatever area you are attempting to pursue, we’ll allow you to achieve your goals, with recommendation on training, training, important job choices, career modifications, and more. The Department has nice opportunities for matriculating school students.