Publications

Center Publications and Presentations

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A theory of lodging: Exploring hotel guest behavior This publication has been peer reviewed.
Dining Behaviors: Considering a foodservice theory of in-home, local community, and eating while traveling This publication has been peer reviewed.
Crafting Community and Change through Books and Pads: The Tikondwe Teachers Project in Domasi, Malawi This publication has been peer reviewed.
Crafting Community and Change through Books and Pads: The Tikondwe Teachers Project in Domasi, Malawi This publication has been peer reviewed.
Perspectives on the Historical Evolution of the People Side of Business This publication has been peer reviewed.
Potential Effects of the EHR on the Small-Physician Practice: A Delphi Study This publication has been peer reviewed.
Leadership Style and Career Success of Women Leaders in Nonprofit Organizations This publication has been peer reviewed.
Creating the Anytime, Anywhere Classroom
Creating the Anywhere, Anytime Classroom: A Blueprint for Learning Online in Grades K-12
ARMY PARENT’S INVOLVEMENT IN MIDDLE SCHOOLS: A QUALITATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, MULTI-CASE STUDY
Bullying is Alive and Well This publication has been peer reviewed.
The Student Customer Phenomenon This publication has been peer reviewed.
Online Learning Journal This publication has been peer reviewed.
A Nuanced Look at Women in STEM Fields at Two-Year Colleges: Factors That Shape Female Students’ Transfer Intent. This publication has been peer reviewed.
Twice Exceptional Students
“A Global Learning Approach to Higher Education” This publication has been peer reviewed.
Cyberbullying in rural communities: origin and processing through the lens of older adolescents. This publication has been peer reviewed.
Cyberbullying in rural communities: origin and processing through the lens of older adolescents. This publication has been peer reviewed.
Competencies Needed for Community College Leaders: The Transition to a State College This publication has been peer reviewed.
Understanding opportunities and challenges in the dissertation process and mentor relationships for African-American and This publication has been peer reviewed.

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