Linda C. Rodriguez Career Portfolio

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1. EDUCATION:

Ph.D. University of Texas-Pan American, Texas 2008
Major Area: Management and International Business Concentrations
Dissertation: Corporate Social Responsibility and Country Risk: Is there a Relationship?

M. B. A. University of Texas at El Paso, Texas 2004
Major Area: International Business

B.B.A University of Texas at El Paso, Texas 2000
Major Area: Computer Information Systems

B.B.A University of Texas at El Paso, Texas 1988
Major Area: Accounting

2. EXPERIENCE:

Teaching Experience

2015- Associate Professor
Present University of South Carolina-Aiken
Teaching in Business & Society, Organizational Theory, and International Management.

2009- Assistant Professor
2015 University of South Carolina-Aiken
Teaching in Business & Society, Organizational Theory, and International Management.

2008- Assistant Professor
2009 North Carolina Central University
Teaching in Organization and Management and Introduction to International Business

2004- Lecturer / Research Assistant
2008 University of Texas-Pan American
Teaching in Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Theory

2003- Teaching Assistant
2004 University of Texas at El Paso
Assisted with grading papers, facilitating labs for statistics, grading
projects, posting grades, obtaining teaching evaluations of assigned professors, searching, retrieving, and summarizing articles for professors as required. Assisted the Information and Decision Sciences Department Chair and Secretary with job postings, interview preparations, job application reviews, posting travel expenses, and monitored the work of other departmental teaching assistants.

Administrative Experience-NA

Other Experience

5/2005-1/2006
Nelson Environmental Technologies, McAllen, TX
Office Manager / Accountant
Train, mentor, and coach staff in all aspects of daily business activities. Setup and monitor work flow of all office and service technician personnel. Reconcile and Collect Accounts Receivables; insure timely deposits. Reconcile Accounts Payable and Disburse funds appropriately. Reconcile Petty Cash, implemented appropriate petty cash procedures. Reconcile and reimburse Expense Accounts; reconcile bank account. Hire, fire, and counsel personnel within the federal and state legal frameworks.

6/2004-8/2004
The Original Nut House, El Paso, TX
Accounts Receivables
Working for a $100 Million global food company integrating previous experiences into job to assist A/R manager and controller as needed. Conducted quarterly physical inventory of warehouse. Organized and revamped filing system for A/R. Over a two month period wrote down $18K in Credit Memos. Researched records and submitted credit memorandums.

2002 to 2004
The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX
Teaching Assistant
Assist assigned professors with research for and the writing of papers for publishing. Facilitate labs for students and mentor and coach students in C++, Microsoft Office and Management Information Systems. Assist assigned professors with grading. Assist with editing, publishing and distribution of department newsletter. Maintain Department Alumni Database. Assist with Advisory Council function. Proctor teacher evaluations.

1976 to 2004
U.S. Army and Army Reserve U.S., Europe, Central America
Operations Manager / Instructor
Developed operational plans to coordinate integration of 100 personnel into the local military law enforcement community. Provided leadership and cohesive team development for up to 200 personnel. Mentored junior associates by developing goals and providing clear-cut paths to achievement. Developed relationships with communities, schools, and corporations for the purpose of recruitment and to foster law enforcement. Developed an enhanced program for retention of a 200-person organization. Project coordinator for various programs that enhance the growth of the newest soldiers. Supervised 14 personnel who managed training programs, training calendars, and daily business operations and scheduling for over 1000 personnel for various schools and acquiring training assets to enhance overall training.

Feb 2001 – Nov 2001
Georgia-Pacific West Monroe, LA
Plant Controller / Administrative Manager
Performed detailed account analysis for both balance sheet and P&L per closing schedule. Reviewed and collected A / R, increasing collection rate from 55% to 75%. Reviewed journal entries for completion and accuracy. Ensured proper cutoffs for revenues and expenses. Oversaw A / P, reviewed all account coding, and purchase order approvals. Assisted with research, preparation, and financial justification of capital projects. Observed or performed physical inventories as well as maintain records. Performed plant asset inventories and maintained additions and disposals based on corporate requirements, provided security recommendations.

Jun 2000 to Nov 2000
Principal Financial Group Des Moines, IA
IT Analyst
Maintain, install, upgrade, and troubleshoot vendor supplied bank software. Programming JCL, COBOL for IBM OS 390.

Feb 1998 to Jan 2000
Helen of Troy El Paso, TX
Field Engineer and General Ledger Staff Accountant
Developed an action plan for the Vice President of Engineering that focused on business process redesign. Reconciliation of General Ledger accounts, closing prior periods and opening new periods. Reviewing reconciliations of G/L and consolidated statements for accuracy, errors, mis-postings and making corrections. Exchanging data / information with other finance departments in preparation for closings. Exchanged ideas on how best to present information for quarterly closings.

3. PUBLICATIONS/PROCEEDINGS:

LEGEND: DB = Discipline-Based / CP = Contributions to Practice / LP = Learning and
Pedagogical Research / PR = Peer Reviewed / NPR = Not Peer Reviewed

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Published

LP PR Ritchie, C.M., Rodriguez, L. C., Harrison, D., & Wates, K. (2014). The impact of pre-requisite general education courses on the ETS Major Field Test for Business (MFT-B). Journal of Education for Business, 89(6), 292-299

DB PR Rodriguez, L.C., Montiel, I., & Ozuna, T. (2013). A Conceptualization of
How Firms Invest in Corporate Responsibility based on Country Risk.
Business & Society (Impact Factor:1.936 | Ranking:31/116 in Business),
First Online: DOI: 10.1177/0007650312475123.

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C., & Brown, J. (2012). What have you done for me
lately? Creating shared value the State of South Carolina and Amazon.
Southeast Case Research Journal.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C., & LeMaster, J. (2007). Voluntary corporate
social responsibility disclosure: The SEC “CSR Seal of Approval.”
Business & Society, 46, (3)370-384. (Impact Factor:1.936 |
Ranking:31/116 in Business)
The 21st most read article in B&S during November 2012.

Submitted

Unpublished Working Papers

DB Siposova, V, & Rodriguez, L. C. (2011). South Carolina Goes Slovakian:
A Comprehensive Step-By-Step Guide to Exporting. Working Paper. The
University of South Carolina-Aiken.

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C. & Montíel, I. (2011). A Framework to Understand the
Effect of Country risk on the Development of Corporate Social
Responsibility Strategies. Submitted to the Academy of Management
Conference, San Antonio, Texas: August 2011

DB PR Rodríguez, L.C. & Simpson, P. (2007). Get an Alignment! CSR, and
CSR Marketing Meet Miles and Snow. Working Paper. The University
of Texas-Pan American.

DB PR Rodríguez, L.C., & LeMaster, J. (2007). The Environmental Scan for
CSR Strategy Opportunity: Picking the Right Apple. Working Paper.
The University of Texas-Pan American.

DB PR Rodríguez, L.C. (2007). Corporate Social Responsibility: Rhizomatic Stakeholder Influence on CSR. Working Paper. The University of Texas-Pan American.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C., & LeMaster, J. (2007). Deleuze and Guattari Aren’t
Nutty Professors: The Rhizome Structure of CSR and Defining CSR.
Academy of Management Conference, August 2007. (Revision required,
Resubmit for later AoM Conference)

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C., & LeMaster, J. (2006). Getting from XXX-rated to A-rated in Corporate Social Responsibility. Submitted to Business & Society, December 2006.

DB Rodríguez, L. C. (2006). China and Mexico: Employment Rights and Benefits: How to Make Work Better in China. Working Paper. The University of Texas-Pan American.

DB Rodríguez, L. C. (2005). The Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Boards of Directors: Does it Affect Foreign Company Boards? Working Paper. The University of Texas-Pan American.

PROCEEDINGS / PRESENTATIONS AT SEMINARS, CONVENTIONS, MEETINGS:

Submitted Papers

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C., Heiens, R., & Haynes, J. T. (2016). Corporations as
Modern Day Musketeers: Honorable Service and the Global Corporate
Citizen. Paper Submitted to the June 2016 International Association of
Business & Society Conference, Deer Valley, UT.

DB PR Haynes, J. T., & Rodriguez, L. C. (2015). EMERGENCY,
EMERGENCY! Local Emergency Manager Perspectives On Partnerships
With Defense Services For Emergencies. Paper Submitted to the June
2016 International Association of Business & Society Conference, Deer
Valley, UT, USA.

Accepted Papers

LP PR Lewellyn, PG., Rodriguez, LC. (2014). Academic Dishonesty: Meeting
the Triangle Theory. Accepted and published by the International
Association of Business & Society Conference, Sydney, Australia for June 2014

LP PR Harrison, D., Newlands, D., & Rodriguez, L.C. (2013). Integrating
Critical Inquiry and Global Challenges with International Business:
Honors Study Abroad. Accepted for and Published by the Academy of
Business Education Conference, Bermuda, September 2013.

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C. & Llewellyn, P. (2013). Shared Value Creation through
Community Health Initiatives: A Social Innovation. Accepted and
published by the International Association of Business & Society Conference, Portland, for June 2013

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C. & Montiel, I. (2012). Ending the Trend of Obesity: The
Ecologic Milieu and Shared Value Creation. Accepted and Publishes as a
Discussion Paper to the International Association of Business & Society
Conference, Asheville, NC, 14 June 2012

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C. & Montiel, I. (2011). End the trend of Obesity:
Improving individual levels of physical activity by creating shared value
in the ecological milieu. Paper submitted to and published in the
International Business Ethics Conference, NYC: October 2011.
Invited to submit to the Journal of Business Ethics (JBE) for a Special
Edition in 2012. JBE is the premiere journal of ethics for business.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C. & Brown, J. (2011). What have you done for me
lately? Creating shared value between firms and government.
Paper submitted to and published in the International Business Ethics
Conference, NYC: October 2011. Targeting for Case Research Journal.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C. & Montiel, I. (2011). America’s got an obesity problem
and it’s complicated: How creating shared value in communities might
help. Paper submitted to and published in the International Business
Ethics Conference, NYC: October 2011.

DB PR Ritchie, C.M., Rodriguez, L. C., Harrison, D., & Wates, K. (2011). The
impact of pre-requisite general education courses on the ETS Major Field
Test for Business (MFT-B). Paper submitted to the Global Conference on
Business & Economics, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester,
UK: October 2011. Targeting for Journal of Education for Business.

DB PR Rodriguez, L. C. & Montíel, I. (2011). A Conceptualization of How Firms
Invest in CSR based on Country Risk. Accepted to the International
Association of Business and Society Conference, Bath, UK: June 2011. Published in IABS Conference Proceedings, 2011

DB PR Hunter-Rainey, S. & Rodriguez, L. (2011). The Gilded Cage:
Contemporary slavery in American Professional team sports. Accepted to
the International Association of Business and Society Conference, Bath, UK: June 2011. Published in IABS Conference Proceedings, 2011.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C. & LeMaster, J. (2009) CSR and the SEC: Totally Certifiable! Accepted for International Association of Business and
Society Conference 18-21 June 2009, Snowmass, Colorado, USA

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C., & Montíel, I. (2008). Managerial Thinking and
Corporate Social Responsibility. Presented at International Association of Business and Society for the Discussion / Paper Session for feedback. Tampere, Finland, June 2008. Published in conference proceedings.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C., & Montíel, I. (2008). Feeling off Balance? Need an
Alignment? Aligning CSR, CSR Marketing Strategies with the Miles and Snow Strategy Typology. Presented at the International Association of Business and Society for the Discussion / Paper Session for feedback. Tampere, Finland, June 2008. Published in conference proceedings.

DB PR Rodríguez, L. C. (2007). How Do Managers Choose CSR Strategy: Country Risk and CSR Strategy Choice. Presented at International
Association for Business and Society Annual Conference, Florence Italy,
June 2007.

4. GRANT / REPORTS FROM SPONSORED RESEARCH:
Submitted Grants
Rodríguez, L. C. (2008). Request for Project funding between the
Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP) and NCCU School of
Business. Submitted to Office of Institutional Advancement on
3 December 2008. Not Funded.

5. TEACHING:

COURSES TAUGHT:

University Courses:

• Human Resources Management Fall 2013 (Online)
• International Management Spring 2012 to present
• Business & Society, Fall 2009 to Present (Online and In Class Instruction)
• Organizational Theory, Fall 2009 to Present (Online and In Class Instruction)
• Operations Management, Fall 2009 to Present (Online and In Class Instruction)
• Organizational Behavior, Online Summer Course
• Organization and Management, Introduction to International Business,
• Fall 2008, Spring 2009
• Fundamentals of Management: Spring 2007, Fall 2007
• Fundamentals of Management, Organizational Theory: Spring 2008

Other Courses Taught:

• Army Equal Employment Opportunity / Consideration of Others
• Map Reading
• Army Law Enforcement (Basic Military Police Course)
• Miscellaneous Army “hip pocket” Training
• Army Weight Control Program
• Guest instructor at the Law Enforcement Certification Course on Fort Bliss, Texas
• for a class of 41 students providing an individualized presentation of personal experience combined with the standardized training plan.

NEW PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT / COURSE CREATION / PROGRAM
CHANGES / COURSE REVISIONS:

Developed BADM397 as a new course for Spring 2016
Developed BADM379 as an online Palmetto Course. Summer 2013.

Restructured MGMTA475, MGMTA411W, and MGMTA477 to more closely
resemble the Palmetto College format for both online and face-to face courses.
Summer 2013.

Developed International Management course as Writing Intensive beginning
Fall 2012. This course will be taught regularly in fall semesters only beginning in Fall 2012. Prototyped the course in Spring 2012 with student input. The course covers the topics such as the dimension of culture, and leadership and
motivation based on cultural differences. The course was approved to be a
writing intensive course meaning that students are expected to prepare
15-20 pages worth of writing to improve writing and critical thinking skills. This
course is capped at 20 and is intended to be taught in seminar style.

Developed the Global Business Concentration for the School of Business at North Carolina Central University. The program was approved March 2009 and implemented in Fall 2009. The mission is as follows:

The Global Business program will develop students with a global mindset who will live and work either domestically or globally. The Global Business program creates flexibility in meeting the demands of the intellectually curious globally focused student. The program intends to develop students’ abilities to see the world in broad terms and apply those broad terms domestically. Building student sensitivity to the global environment will be accomplished through classroom study, capstone projects, internships, and study abroad.

Developed two new International Business courses in support of the
International Business Concentration for Fall 2009.

International Logistics: This course intends to focus on Import and Export
Management, which has been complicated by new regulations and security issues
in the U.S. The objective of the course is to prepare students with a set of tools in
their International Business tool box; the tool box is intended to give students
flexible skills as well as to help develop critical thinking about Globalization.

International Area Studies: This course intends to focus on regional studies as
a way to add to the International Business tool box which allows students to be flexible in a world of Globalization. The intent of the course is to rotate through
different regions such as East Asia, South Asia, Africa, and Latin America and
focus on how business is conducted in the regions. The course was intended to
provide a brief overview of regional history, regional anthropology, and regional
sociology to familiarize students about the cultural foundations of the region.

6. SERVICE:

ACADEMIC OR PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

ACADEMIC SERVICE:

UNIVERSITY:

2015 Scholastic Standing and Petitions Committee

2015 Writing Portfolio Reviewer:

2014 Scholastic Standing and Petitions Committee

2014 Writing Portfolio Reviewer:

2014 Center for Teaching Excellence Distance Education Workshop, Panelist

2013 First Year Reading Experience, Student Workshop Facilitator

2013- Writing Assessment Advisory Board, Member
Present This committee reviews the University Writing Assessment
Process

2012- USCA Student Veteran’s Organization: Faculty Advisor
Present

2012- Academic Assessment Committee: Member
Present

2010- University Judicial Board Committee: Member (non-Faculty
Present Assembly)

2009- Campus Energy Conservation and Sustainability Committee:
2012 Member

2010 Assisted with 2010 USC Aiken Research Day

2009-2010 New Faculty Orientation Committee: Member.

2009 / Jan –
2009/ May Process Education Facilitation / Coordination Group Member
Working with other NCCU faculty members. NCCU will implement process education in order to be a dynamic and caring community with improved academic rigor.

COLLEGE / SCHOOL:

2015 Management Search Committee: Operations Management

2013- USCA SOBA Assessment Committee: Member
Present

2013- Distance Education Quality Committee: Chair. The intent of this
Present committee is to develop SOBA policies that support the Palmetto
Business Management Completion degree as well as the other
SOBA online courses.

2013 Accounting Search Committee: Chair. This committee conducted
the search for a one year contract Instructor of Accounting for the
2013-2014 Year.

2012- Management Search Committee: Member. This committee
Present conducted the search for an Assistant professor of Management
Beginning Fall 2012

2012 Palmetto College Advisor Search Committee: Member. This
committee conducted the search for a full-time staff advisor to help students participate in the Palmetto College online program.

2012 Palmetto College Advocate: This is a support role for to assist the
Business Dean to help gather information and advocate with
USCA business faculty members in gaining support for the
program and to help assure the success of the initial program
launch in Fall 2013.

2012 Accounting Search Committee: Chair. This committee conducted
the search for an Accounting Assistant Professor for the 2013-2014
year.

2012 International Business Concentration Committee (Ad Hoc):
Chair. This committee worked towards developing an
International Business Concentration.

2010- USCA SOBA Magellan Scholar Faculty Point of Contact
2011

2009- USCA SOBA Student and Alumni Committee: Member
2010

2009- USCA SOBA Governance and Faculty Development Committee:
Present Member

2008- NCCU School of Business
2009 Graduate Program Committee Member

2008- NCCU School of Business
2009 Developed Global Business Concentration and two courses for implementation in Fall 2009

2008- Advisor for Martin Skogmalm from Sweden. This exchange
2009 student worked on his proposal for his Swedish Bachelors Thesis
with the research question, “What type of leadership is found in a
matrix organization?”

DEPARTMENT:

2010- Management Undergraduate Advising. Advised 38 Management
Present Students and received an overall satisfaction with advising rate of
71.43% (USCA average is 65.45%)

2010 Management Search Committee: Member. This committee conducted the search for an Information Systems Assistant Professor for the 2011-2012 year.

2008- Management and International Business Undergraduate Advising.
2009 Advised 13 students during the Fall 2008 semester for the Spring
2009 Semester, with an overall satisfaction rating of 91%.

2005- Ph.D. Student Council Representative
2006 University of Texas-Pan American
Elected by Ph.D. Cohort to represent issues to the Ph.D. Program
director. Provided guidance to the Ph.D. Oversight Committee
regarding student issues within the Ph.D. program.

2004 Member, Department Fund Raising Committee
Information and Decision Sciences Department
University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso Texas

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

2015 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference, Park City, UT for June 2015

2014 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference, Guanacaste, Costa Rica for June 2014

2014 Reviewer for Best Conference paper for the International
Association of Business and Society Conference,
Sydney, Australia for June 2014.

2013- Nomination Committee Member for the International Association
2014 of Business and Society

2013 Reviewer for Best Conference paper for the International
Association of Business and Society Conference,
Portland, OR for June 2013

2013 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference, Portland, OR for June 2013

2012 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference, Asheville, NC for June 2012

2012 Reviewer for the Academy of Management Conference,
Social Issues in Management and Operations Management
Divisions, for August 2012

2011 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference-Bath, England, June 2011

2011 Reviewer for the Academy of Management Conference,
Social Issues in Management and International Management
Divisions, for San Antonio, August 2011

2010 Reviewer for Pearson / Prentice Hall Book. Krajewski, L.
Ritzman, L., Malhotra, M. (2010), Operations
Management processes and Supply Chains, 9th ed.

2010 Reviewer for the Academy of Management Conference,
Social Issues in Management and International Management
Divisions, for August 2010

2010 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference-Banff, Canada, March 2010

2009 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference-Snowmass, CO, USA, June 2009

2008 Ad Hoc Reviewer of Corporate Social Responsibility for
Journal of Management. Reviewed the following:

# JOM-08-0272.R1 entitled “The Challenge of
Measuring Financial Impacts from Investments
in Corporate Social Responsibility.”

2007 Reviewer for International Association of Business and Society
Conference-Florence, Italy

OTHER (COMMUNITY, ETC.):

2015 Conducted Training for SBDC: Ethical Management

2010- Volunteer at Cumberland Village Retirement Center. Volunteer as
2011 a fitness instructor for active seniors.

1995- Working in the community with recovering alcoholics and family
Present members of alcoholics

2008 Participated in Habitat for Humanity House building at
1100 Simmons, Durham NC

7. MEMBERSHIPS:
Professional Membership
Member, International Association of Business and Society
2007-Present
Member, Academy of Management 2007-2012
Member, North American Case Research Association 2011
Member, Southeastern Management Association 2011

Other Membership
Member of the Golden Key Honor Society
Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA)

8. PRESENTATIONS / SPEECHES NOT INCLUDED IN 3. ABOVE:

2011 Presentation given at USCA Amnesty International Club
Topic: How Do Firms Engage in FDI based on Human Rights?

2009 Speech given at the Aiken, SC Rotary Club
Topic: What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

9. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT: OTHER EVIDENCE OF MAINTENANCE OF
RELEVANCY AND CURRENCY:

2015 Ethics Education Conference at Brigham Young, Provo, UT June 2015

2014 Received Certificate of Completion from the Sloan Consortium:
Introduction to Curation Tools, June 2014

2014 Sloan Consortium II-September 2014

2014 Honoree, Pacer Athletics Faculty‐Staff Appreciation Night,
USC‐Aiken (student nominated). Chosen by Student-Athlete
Ron Zimmerman to receive an award recognizing supportive
Faculty and Staff service to students.

2013 Winner, Patsy Granger Lewellyn Outstanding Service Award

2012 AACU Conference, Seattle, WA, March 2012. Student Success:
Pushing Boundaries, Raising Bars

2012 Honoree, Pacer Athletics Faculty‐Staff Appreciation Night,
USC‐Aiken (student nominated). Chosen by Student-Athlete
Gabrielle Davis to receive an award recognizing supportive
Faculty and Staff service to students

2012 Received Certificate of Completion from the Sloan-Consortium for Teaching Blended / Hybrid courses, February 2012

2012 Received Certificate of Completion from the Sloan-Consortium for
Teaching in Second Life, February 2012

2011 Received maximum pay raise based on evaluations as well as bringing pay to within market based standards

2011 Received overall teaching rating from students of 5.0 of 6 on teaching evaluations where the USCA average was 5.14.

2010 Second Year Review results were as follows: Teaching: Meritorious, Research: Average, Service: Meritorious. Overall rating Meritorious

2010 Received overall average student rating of 5.03 of 6 on teaching evaluations which included three sections of Production, Operations and Supply Chain Management, two sections of Organizational Theory, and two online sections of Social, Legal, and Ethical Aspects of Business and Society.

2009 Received overall average student rating of 5.66 of 6 on teaching evaluations which included one online class and two onsite classes. Fall 2009 (University average is 5.11 of 6)

2009 First Year Review results were as follows: Teaching: Meritorious, Research: Average, Service: Meritorious. Overall rating Meritorious

Faculty and Staff service to students.

2009 Strategies for Teaching International Negotiations
George Washington CIBER, June 2009
This three day workshop provided information on how to build and
teach negotiation classes or entire courses. The workshop
provided a variety of exercise, filmed negotiations and a guest
speaker who was a former UN Ambassador. Certificate of
Completion.

2009 Design and Animations with PowerPoint 2007
This half-day seminar covers how to use design and animations to
improve PowerPoint 2007 presentations. Certificate of completion.

2009 Getting Organized with Microsoft OneNote Training
This half-day seminar covers how to use OneNotes for the
collection and maintenance of various medias for a variety of
projects. Certificate of completion.

2008 Process Education Institute, North Carolina Central University
This seminar presents the methodology to create a more student
centered learning environment that focuses on the use of reading
logs, self-assessment, and journaling. Certificate of completion.

2008 The Art and Craft of Discussion, Harvard Business School
This seminar presents the case study for more effective teaching of cases.
Certificate of completion.

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