Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

Kenneth Williams

My desire is for every student with whom I come in contact to be the best in his or her profession.

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Alice Jarvis

Teaching is leading an interactive process where people work together to turn information into knowledge.

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Danielle Babb

My learner-focused attitude and best practice teaching methods enable students to gain a real-world understanding of theory and principles.

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Domingo Salgado

I am devoted to enhancing and expanding students’ understanding of business and technology issues.

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Eugene Bell

To effectively teach others you must first ignite a fire of curiosity.

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Mark E. Brown

I give the learners a chance to practice in a class situation and I expect them to apply the learning in a real life situation.

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Patricia McClintock

My philosophy is fundamentally student-centered, meeting the student where the student is academically.

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Prakash Menon

An environment that encourages collaboration is student centered. Faculty sharing and learning from each other is essential for transformation.

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Richard Bushart

My teaching philosophy is based upon mutual respect, open communication and knowledge sharing.

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Sean Stanley

I believe that a great instructor must make the student’s well-being and success a priority.

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Abir Alameddine

I want my learners to experience my passion for teaching through a service leadership philosophy.

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Alain Noghiu

Knowledge, techniques, and skills are important, but personal integrity, values, and character reign supreme. I believe education should promote the holistic development of learners.

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Anjali Barnick

Practice makes efficiency and group discussions with participation make learning enjoyable. My philosophy is that you are capable of learning anything.

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Beth Ann Kauppila

My hope is that each learner reaches their optimal growth potential while practicing critical thinking skills and advanced knowledge to apply to leadership and best practices in their professional life.

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Charles Roe

I believe that both students and teachers continually grow and learn through a mutually beneficial journey to new knowledge.

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David Patrishkoff

I strive to transfer lessons from my 12 years of foreign assignments, my successful senior executive experiences and consulting experiences in 60+ different industries to students so they can also learn to transform the ordinary to the extraordinary

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Deloris Easley

I desire to fulfill the need for learning by engaging students and creating relevant learning experiences.

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Gokhan Sarpkaya

I focus on offering the student an educational opportunity that integrates educational ideas and methods with practical applications.

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Joseph Weagraff

By using a servant leadership style, pledge my devotion, diligence, and hard work to the students and University. Hold my students and myself to high standards. Lead by example with impeccable honor and integrity.

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Joy Gianakura

I believe that learning is personal. Every student has a reason for wanting to learn and further his or her education, and it is the faculty member’s role to enter into a partnership with the student to help them realize their goals and true potential.

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Kenneth Oster

My role is to challenge students to take part in class discussions, allowing them to grasp new ideas, and giving them the opportunity to express their opinions on the issues.

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Mehrdad Zadeh

I enjoy teaching, and I especially take pleasure in creating lesson plans, facilitating group activities, and mentoring students. I believe that respect for students is the most important aspect of the learning process.

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Michael Eblenkamp

Teach and provide input to master future business and professional life, incl. tactics, strategies, business politics (bigger corporations), in order to ultimately become excellent leaders in their field.

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Mitchell Miller

I am unequivocally committed to the academic, professional, and personal success and well-being of every student.

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Paolo Catasti

Teaching with a focus on case study and critical thought, rather than topic memorization.

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Patrick McNeil

When we learn, we grow and are better for new experiences or knowledge. When we make mistakes, it is an opportunity to learn and do better the next time.

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Patrick O’Leary

The root of the word education is the Latin ‘e ducere,’ to bring out. I believe that for students to bring out the best of themselves they must own the material.

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Rafael Rojas

My approach is grounded in coaching to allow students to explore by themselves in order to learn. I focus on understanding the student’s current level of knowledge in order to formulate questions and provide information to assist in their development.

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Robert Cote

I bring practical experience to the classroom and transfer my industry knowledge to students by establishing and promoting an effective learning environment based on their diverse interests, abilities, needs and expectations.

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Robert Nakata

I believe in maximizing student engagement by making the class as experiential as possible.

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Sandra Hindo

I don’t believe in failure and neither should you. You want to achieve your highest potential in life. I am here to help you succeed but you must play your part and be fully engaged.

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Sidney Martin

I have a philosophy that I want every student to succeed. My participation in their learning process is to maximize their performance.

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Stephen Paulone

Everyone has a context they bring to a learning environment and goals for taking a course. My intention is to bring my experience, academic background and context to a course to help students reach their learning goals by bringing in their context and academic background.

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Viola Sprague

My teaching philosophy is to bring my industry and professional experience into the classroom and enrich the learning for all learners.

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