(*=online; #=hybrid; ^=face-to-face)

  • *Instructor: Global Aspects of Human Resource Development, HRD 44/5599, Idaho State University (ISU), Organizational Learning & Performance, Spring 2017.
  • #Instructor: Sociology 211, Social Problems, Dawson Community College, Spring term 2016.
  • ^Instructor: Welding, Introduction to Metallurgy, Dawson Community College, Fall term 2014.
  • ^Instructor: Teaching Methods for Professional Technical Education, HRD 44/5503, (ISU), Organizational Learning and Performance, Fall 2013 & Spring 2014.
  • *Instructor: Global Aspects of Human Resource Development, HRD 44/5599, ISU, Organizational Learning and Performance, Fall 2013.
  • *Instructor: Foundations of Professional Technical Education, HRD 44/5501, ISU, Organizational Learning and Performance, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.
  • *Instructor: Evaluation in Corporations and Professional Technical Education, HRD 44/5504, ISU, Organizational Learning and Performance, Fall 2013 & Spring 2014.
  • #Instructor: Personal & Professional Effectiveness, TGE 0199, Idaho State University College of Technology, May 2011- May 2013, Fall & Spring semesters.
  • #Instructor: Hospitality Management, BUS389, Raffles Education Corporation, Kunming, Yunnan, P.R.C., Spring term, 2010.
  • #Instructor: Strategic Management, BUS 489, Raffles Education Corporation, Kunming, Yunnan, P.R.C., Spring term, 2010.
  • #Instructor: Human Resources Management: BUS 440, International Business School, Keuka China Programs (sites: Yunnan University of Finance & Economics, Tianjin University of Science & Technology, Wenzhou University); 2007-2010.
  • #Instructor: Strategic Management: BUS 490, International Business School, Keuka China Programs (sites: Yunnan University of Finance & Economics, Tianjin University of Science & Technology); 2007-2010.
  • #Instructor: Field Practicum 1: Career Planning and Management (1st year seminar), FP290, International Business School, Keuka China Programs (sites: Yunnan University of Finance & Economics, Tianjin University of Science & Technology); 2007-2010.
  • #Instructor: Leadership: BUS 430, International Business School, Keuka China Programs (site: Yunnan University of Finance & Economics); 2007-2010.
  • #Instructor: Organizational Behavior and Development, BUS 390, International Business School, Keuka China Programs (sites: Yunnan University of Finance & Economics, Tianjin University of Science & Technology, Wenzhou University); 2007-2010.
  • ^Effective Career Management Instruction; seminar offered to host-country teachers at Yunnan University of Finance & Economics; spring 2007.
  • Master’s degree advisor: Tai Sophia Institute, Applied Healing Arts Degree Program. Advised a master’s degree student’s data collection in China and supervised the student-facilitated data-gathering sessions. Graded and submitted an evaluation of the student’s work to the institute; October 2006 – February 2007.
  • ^Instructor: Advanced Research Writing, ENG 300, Kunming University of Science & Technology; 2006-2007.
  • ^Instructor: Debate: The Spoken Argument in the English Language, ENG 200, Kunming University of Science & Technology; 2006-2007.
  • ^Instructor: Cultural Survey of English-speaking Countries, SOC 199, Kunming University of Science & Technology; 2006-2007.
  • ^Instructor: IELTS Speaking, Kunming Haina Panlong District Training School; 2004-2006.
  • ^Instructor: IELTS Writing, Kunming Haina Panlong District Training School; 2004-2006.
  • ^Instructor: Business English Communication, Kunming Haina Panlong District Training School; 2004-2006.
  • ^Instructor: Prime for Life!, alcohol educational seminar, Washington State University (WSU); 2000-2003.
  • ^Lecturer: Organizational Leadership of Multicultural Change, EdAd 580, WSU; spring 2003.
  • ^Lecturer: Higher Education Administration, EdAd 598, WSU; fall 2002.
  • ^Lecturer: Higher Education Law, EdAd 562, WSU; fall 2002.
  • ^Lecturer: Professional Problems in Student Affairs, EdAd 582, WSU; spring 2002.
  • ^Lecturer: Resident Advisor Leadership Seminar – Ethics, EdAd 498, WSU; fall 2002.
  • ^Lecturer: Resident Advisor Leadership Seminar – Social Justice, EdAd 498, WSU; spring 2002.
  • ^Lecturer: Resident Advisor Leadership Seminar – Negotiation, EdAd 498, WSU; spring 2002.
  • ^Instructor: Resident Advisor Leadership Seminar, EdLd 299, University of Mississippi; 1991-1993.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS/SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

  • Searching for Treasure: Gamify Your Learning Objectives! NASPA Region III Alabama Drive-In Conference; Birmingham-Southern College, January 20, 2017.
  • Montana Community Colleges, issues, and re-education of the energy-sector workforce:Voices of Montana, talk show, podcast part one, podcast part two. April 13, 2016.
  • Intrusive Advising: The Holy Grail of At-risk Student Retention? NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference (NASPA APC2014); national, peer-reviewed presentation, June 20, 2014.
  • Intrusive Advising: The Holy Grail of At-risk Student Retention? American Technical Education Association (ATEA) 51st national (peer-reviewed) conference, March 27, 2014.
  • Cultivating Emotional Intelligence; professional development session delivered to participants enrolled in the Idaho PTE Leadership Institute; Boise, ID; February 8, 2014.
  • Hi-Tech Workers and the Evolution of China’s Career Technical Education College & University System; invited lecture, Kunming Firmenich Aromatics, Ltd, Kunming, Yunnan, PRC; November 28, 2013.
  • Career Management in Today’s Global Environment; invited lecture at Kunming University of Science & Technology, Kunming, Yunnan, PRC; November 27, 2013.
  • Social media & your career: Are you LinkedIn? Presentation for student leadership retreat, Fall Leadership Conference, Business Professionals of America; ISU, November 22, 2013.
  • Are we Flipping over the Flipped Classroom? Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. November 19, 2013
  • Recovering after Failure: (It’s not like you’re putting lead paint on a child’s doll. Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. October 10, 2013.
  • Integrating social media into the classroom; presentation for Idaho Professional-Technical Education State Staff New Teacher Training; October 3-4, 2013.
  • Reading, Writing, and Professional Development. Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. September 4, 2013.
  • August 23, 2013; “A Report on the J. A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation (JKAF) Continuous Enrollment Initiative“. Boise, ID.
  • Supporting the Smart Worker (really, all workers). Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. July 10, 2013.
  • Keynote Speaker for ISU General Education Development (GED) Graduation ceremony, June 7, 2013.
  • Here’s What You Need to know…Career Advice for the New Employee and the Rest of Us. Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. June 1, 2013.
  • Networking + Learning = Personal Learning Network. Today’s Learning Workplace, podcast guest host. April 8, 2013.
  • Planned Effectiveness: How Happenstance and Positive Adaptability support the Retention Process; American Technical Education Association (ATEA) national conference, March 20-22, 2013.
  • College? How/Why would I do that? Women in Work Conference, Idaho State University, March 2013.
  • Career Management Workshop, Keuka China Programs, Inc, Ji Mei Da Xue, Xiamen, Fujian, People’s Republic of China; May 2007.
  • Overview of Higher Education in the United States of America; Kunming University of Science and Technology; presented to Faculty/Staff/Alumni of the English Department; Kunming, Yunnan, People’s Republic of China; November 2006.
  • Opening Speaker: China Cable Television (CCTV) 2006 English Cup Competition (Provincial level competition) Kunming University of Science and Technology; Kunming, Yunnan, People’s Republic of China; October 2006.
  • Overview of Higher Education in the U.S.A; Oxbridge College (Jin Qiao Xue Yuan — satellite, transnational branch of Kunming University of Science and Technology).  Presented to University Alumni as part of a ceremony commemorating the five-year anniversary of the transnational, satellite campus; Kunming, Yunnan, People’s Republic of China; November 2005.
  • Keynote speaker for WSU Resident Advisor Training opening ceremony, January 2003.
  • University Partners for Academic Leadership (UPAL), International collaborative effort between WSU & University of Idaho, and University Presidents from 16 Universities in Thailand; seminar topics included: Student Affairs Organizational Structure, Effective Program Review in Student Affairs, Creating a Mission Statement, Social Justice & Diversity in Student Affairs, Professional Standards in Student Affairs. (2002 & 2003).
  • Educational programmer at various fraternity and sorority houses; topics included: Ethics, Hazing, Alcohol & Drug awareness, Sexual Assault, Social Justice & Diversity, Leadership, Academic Integrity, Racism & Prejudice, Time Management & Organization, Collaboration & Networking, (1998 – 2003).
  • Presenter, Association of Student Judicial Affairs (ASJA) national conference, February 2002; program entitled: The Bogardus Scale as a Measure of Diversity Acceptance.
  • Keynote Speaker: regional Residence Hall Association (RHA) ‘No-Frills” conference hosted by WSU, February 2002.
  • ALIVE (New Student Orientation) representative, New Student Orientation presenter for various departments within the Division of Student Affairs at special events and recruiting fairs.
  • Keynote Speaker at 2000-2001 Northwest Regional Resident Advisor Conference (NWRRAC) hosted by WSU Residence Life.
  • Northwest Association of College and University Housing Officers (NWACUHO) regional conference, February 2000. Program entitled: The Bogardus Scale as a Measure of Diversity Acceptance.
  • Regional resident advisor conference (NWRRAC), November 1999. Program entitled: The Bogardus Scale as a Measure of Diversity Acceptance.
  • Effective Time Management, presented in statewide RA development conference MIRAGE (Mississippi Resident Advisors Get Energized) in 1992 & 1993.