Dr. Bateh is currently a full-time Professor of Management & International Business in New York City. In addition to teaching International Trade and Marketing, her areas of expertise also include Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Integrated Marketing, Model United Nations and Organizational Behavior, She obtained her Ph.D. in International Economics from Columbia University completing her doctoral dissertation on Healthcare Improvement in Third World Countries- A Focus on Egypt and both her M.B.A. and B.A. from Jacksonville University (Florida).
School of Advanced Studies
Center Chair Fiona Sussan, MBA, PhD. launches a new book titled “Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. International Studies in Entrepreneurship” simultaneously in Australia and the Netherlands in February 2018, supported by Springer Publishing. Dr.
Cogent Education publishes CEITR research team article
A team of five researchers from the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology (CEITR) will publish in Cogent Education in February, 2018. The authors are Patrick Turner, Elizabeth Johnston, Mansureh Kebritchi, Sally Evans, and David Heflich. The open access article will be published online in February and will be available at the DOI below at that time. The article has significance for both professional practice and scholarship.
The committee of methodologists offer research design webinars to enhance the researchers’ research method and design understandings and skills. Webinars focus on various research designs, provide overviews about the designs, discuss when and how to use the designs, and offer opportunity for the participants to ask questions and share their design issues.
The webinars are offered to all UOPX researchers including students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
After several months of research and discussions, I am happy to announce that CHER will be changing its name to the Center for Health and Nursing Research. The new name reflects a research Center dedicated to supporting the scholarship for health and nursing students, faculty, and alumni at the University of Phoenix.
Over the next few weeks, I will be working with the Advisory Board and the website team to make the transition online. The content from CHER will remain an important resource will be accessible as a SIG on the new site.