Office/Department: Business Administration
Location: Decker Hall 120
Phone: (218) 755-2755
Box #: 30
- Southwest State University, Marshall, MN
Bachelor of Science
- St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN
Master of Science
- South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
- Financial Management
- Corporate Financial Policy
- Organizational Behavior
- Business Ethics
- Behavioral Finance
- Survey of Consumer Finances
- Prospect Theory
- Financial and Strategic Planning
- Organizational Change and Leadership
- Curriculum and Assessment
- Student success measures and predictors
“Prospect Theory and Saving Behaviors during the Great Recession: 2009 SCF Panel Survey Results.” Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business (online). Vol. 6, p. 1-17. 2012.
“Prospect Theory and Gain-Framing: The Relationship between Cost Perception and Satisfaction.” Advances in Behavioral Finance & Economics. Vol. 1, Issue 1, p. 87-99. 2011.
“Using Institutional Survey Results for Program Accreditation and Review” with Erickson and Maxwell. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting Presentation and Proceedings. Chicago, Illinois. 2011.
“Linking Effort and Satisfaction: The Importance of Prospect Theory’s Gain Frame” paper and presentation. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Business Disciplines. Ft. Myers Beach, FL. 2010.
“Promoting Student Success: An Examination of Active Learning Experiences on Performance, Commitment, and Satisfaction” paper and presentation. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Academy of Management. Grand Forks, ND. 2010.
“Prospect Theory and ‘Gain Framing’: The Relationship between Cost Perception and Satisfaction” paper and presentation. Behavioral Finance & Economics Research Symposium. Chicago, IL. 2009.
“Helping Your Program Get the Most Out of Institutional Surveys: Connecting NSSE and SSI to Programmatic Assessment” presentation. International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education Annual Conference. Louisville, KY. 2009.
“Connecting Multiple Assessment Measures: Making the Case for Accountability” paper and presentation. Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting. Ft Myers Beach, FL. 2008.
“Leadership for Organizational Change: Empowering Department Chairpersons” with Erickson, Dunn, and Hauser. International Conference for Post-Secondary Leaders Denver, Colorado. 2008.
“College Strategic Planning: Connecting Departments to the Master Academic Plan” with Dunn, Erickson, Griggs, Nielsen, and Rogers. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting Presentation and Proceedings. Chicago, Illinois. 2008.
“The Importance of Supporting Curriculum and Its Development.” Metamorphosis. Center for Professional Development. Bemidji State University. 2008.
Integrated Planning and Budgeting Workshop, with Bill Maki. St. Cloud, MN. 2007.
“Master Academic Plan: Driver of University-Wide Academic Planning and Change,” with Erickson, Griggs, Tadlock, and Womack. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting Presentation and Proceedings. Chicago, Illinois. 2006.
“Student Centeredness: Celebrating and Strengthening a Campus Culture,” with Jon Blessing. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer Fall Conference. Brainerd, Minnesota. 2005.
“Guiding Institutional Change through Planning,” with Hauser and Quistgaard. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting Presentation and Proceedings. Chicago, Illinois. 2004.
“Predictors of College Freshman Attrition,” with Kayongo-Male, Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings. Des Moines, Iowa.1997.
“Assessing the Impact of an Intro to the University Course on Freshman Persistence.” Great Plains Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Brookings, SD. 1997.
“Rural Community Planning.” Great Plains Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Brookings, SD. 1995.
“Quantitative Critical Thinking.” College Teaching. Summer, Vol 1, Issue 3, 1993, p. 924p.
“SAS No. 59: A Concern for Where We’re Going.” Midwest Business Administration Association annual meeting. Chicago, Illinois. 1991.
- Financial Management Association International
- Academy of Management
- Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
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