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Joys and Pains within the APA Process

The American Psychological Association (APA) format has been used in colleges and Universities since 1892, at Clark U

First Virtual Conference of Many...I Hope.

I had the pleasure of at

Speaking at Academy of Business Research 2018 Conference

I am very happy to report that my prospectus study, a joint project with Walden doctoral student Unnatti Jain, has be

Classroom Management in a Politically Charged Climate

Within today’s political climate, Americans appear to be more divided.

Procrastination as a form of stress relief?

Procrastination is commonly the cause of a lot of stress for those of us who tend to put off important tasks until the last minute.  However, research supports that procrastination is really a form of stress relief.  


I should have been working on my dissertation, but there were so many other things to do!  The laundry basket was ove

Attachment and Leadership Styles

Attachment and Leadership Styles

Servant Leadership and Systems Thinking (Pillar VI)

This is the sixth installment in this series.

Presenting “Phoenix Strong”

Within diversity and inclusion, one of the greatest challenges within our society is being open to the differences of others.

Utilizing Virtual Research Teams for Innovation

Within the massive umbrella of literature addressing aspects of virtual teams in organizations and their effectiveness (or lack of), there is scant research that specifically addresses the existence and effectiveness of virtual research teams in university environments.


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