I've worked as a professor for over a decade developing traditional textbooks as well as graphic novels about the freshman experience, business, entrepreneurship, management, and franchising. Before earning my Ph.D. I worked as a community college instructor and substitute teacher.
I believe that students and educators should both face the same challenges - managing the art and science of learning. This can be done by innovative learning material, activities, and technologies as well as classical Socratic methods, lectures, and group interaction.
Invited Speaker, TEDxOU. January 27, 2012. A graphic approach to higher education. College of Business Researcher of the Year, Texas Tech University, 2010 (Finalist for the Barnie E. Rushing Jr. Distinguished Research Award). Finalist, USASBE 2011 Entrepreneurial Education National Award Nomination for the Atlas Black graphic novel series in the Innovative Pedagogy for Entrepreneurship Education Category. Family Business Review Best Paper for 2009 awarded by the Family Firm Institute. $500. Research Fellow, Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA). 2009. Texas Tech University, College of Business Administration Nominee, Chancellor’s Distinguished Researcher Award, 2008. 2001-2002 Portland State University, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning with Technology Award.
Ph.D., Strategic Management, Louisiana State University M.B.A., Management, University of North Texas B.B.A., Management, University of Texas at Arlington
Please consider taking my free Introduction to Management class available at the following site - http://management.ou.edu/