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Tuesday, 15 June 2021
6:00pm-7:00pm
(V-100) [Roundtable]
7:00pm-7:30pm
(V-100) [Roundtable]
Wednesday, 16 June 2021
10:00am-11:00am
RoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Classroom and Experiential Learning – Utilizing Riipen.com To Educate and MotivateBarry Palatnik, Stockton University, United States; Zlatinka Blaber, Salem State University, United States Harnessing Curriculum Mapping To Inspire Learning: A Step-By-Step GuideYang Xu, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, United States Data Analytics Programs: Partnering Across The School of Business and Within A Liberal Ats SettingMary Ellen Zuckerman, SUNY Geneseo, United States; Christian Shin, SUNY Geneseo, United States Bye Bye Millennials, Hello Gen Z: Are You Prepared For The Next Generation of Students?Phylicia Taylor, Florida A&M University, United States; Maqueba Massey, Jackson State University, United States; Brittany Buis, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States Teaching Managers About The Dark Side of Organizational Life: A Case of Too Much Yang and Not Enough Yin.Paul McGrath, UCD College of Business, University College Dublin., Ireland Career Success and Satisfaction of People With Disabilities: The Role of Management EducatorsParesh Mishra, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Rama Cousik, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States A Discussion On Mental Health and AcademiaMaria Quijada, Regis University, United States; Adam Pervez, Mississippi State University, United States
11:30am-12:30pm
PDWExerciseExerciseExerciseExerciseExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Notes & Lessons From A Faculty Learning Community On Diversity & InclusionGary Stark, Northern Michigan University, United States; Anna Zimmer, Northern Michigan University, United States Demonstrating The Power of Asking: Virtual Collaboration During Class Using A Miro BoardMaria Hasenhuttl, University of Texas at Dallas, United States Infographic Syllabus Introduction ActivityCarla Flores, Ball State University, United States; Hector Flores, HA Flores and Assoc Inc, United States Making The Intangible Tangible: Imagination WorkshopClive Holtham, The Business School (formerly Cass); City, University of London, United Kingdom; Monica Biagioli, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom Metaphors: Creativity To Engage Students & Illustrate Course ConceptsRebecca Evan, Metropolitan State University, United States; Crystal S Fashant, Metropolitan State University, United States; Carol Bormann Young, Metropolitan State University, United States Taking Anti-Racism Curriculum Online: Breaking Down Barriers, Building Trust, and Encouraging EngagementChristina Stello, Metropolitan State University, United States; Denise Williams, Metropolitan State University, United States Creating Hr “Mini-Mock Trials” Using Free Legal DocumentsMark Skowronski, Ramapo College of New Jersey, United States
1:00pm-2:00pm
ExerciseExerciseExerciseExerciseCaseRoundtableRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Flipped Over FlipgridTim Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States; Claudette Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States How The Good Place Can Make Your Classroom A Better PlaceChantal van Esch, Cal Poly Pomona, United States; Jason Myrowitz, Northern Arizona University, United States; Emily Tarr, CSU San Marcos, United States Opportunity Mapping: Locating The Upside of Risk Through Visual MappingTyler Case, Edwards School of Business - University of Saskatchewan, Canada New Opportunities In Challenging Times: The Story of A Virtual Cross-Cultural Service-Learning ProjectRobert Steinbauer, Brock University, Canada; Leo Guzman-Anaya, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico Case Study - Nac EnterprisesAnne Swearingen, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Nathaniel Siats, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States Demystifying Hyflex Teaching In The Era of Covid-19: A Peek Into The Lived Experience of Educators and StudentsSanghamitra Chaudhuri, Metropolitan State University, United States; Rebecca Evans, Metropolitan State University, United States; Nick Heissserer, Metropolitan State University, United States; Jason Cussler, Metropolitan State University, United States; Karen Pikula, Century Lakes College, United States Intensifying Engagement and Connectedness In Response Student Pandemic Stress: Three CasesJoseph Gerard, Western New England University, United States; Natalie Cotton-Nessler, Western New England University, United States; Jack Greeley, Western New England University, United States
2:30pm-3:30pm
RoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
“Family and Friends Welcome – Utilizing The Virtual Students Peers and Social Circle For Enrichment of Online Learning”Shane Fudge, Indiana Tech, United States Bringing The “Big Picture” Into Intro To Management Classes: A Roundtable DiscussionYifeng Fan, Fairfield University, United States; Lisa Delise , Meredith College, United States; Amy Breidenthal, Agnes Scott College, United States A Discussion of Student Academic Entitlement and Possible Strategies To Mitigate The Associated ChallengesAlison Dachner, John Carroll University, United States; Rosanna Miguel, John Carroll University, United States How To Select Examples When Discussing Management Theories and Concepts?Jiani Zhu, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States High Impact Practices (hips) – What, Why, How and When?Dianne Murphy, Univ. of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States; Heather Kaminski, Univ. of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States; Kathryn Marten, Univ. of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States A Management Pedagogical Resources Index: A New Resource For Management EducationBeth Polin, Eastern Kentucky University, United States Enhancing Student Outcomes Using Web-Based SimulationsMariya Gavrilova Aguilar, University of North Texas, United States; Julie Hancock, University of North Texas, United States
4:00pm-5:30pm
RoundtableRoundtableSymposiaExerciseExerciseRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600
Pracademia: Increasing Impact In and Out of The ClassroomSuzanne De Janasz, George Mason University, United States; Maury Peiperl, George Mason University, United States What Worked and What Will Remain After Covid-19Michelle Montague-Mfuni, University of Memphis, United States; Darline Augustine, CUNY, United States; Suzanne Dove, Bentley University, United States Collaborating Across Institutions: A Symposium To Create A Teaching Community of Principles of Management InstructorsAndrew Bennett, Old Dominion University, United States; Alexandra Dunn, University of Mary Washington, United States; Haley Woznej, Longwood University, United States Let Them Eat Cake: An Innovative Project To Teach The Valuable Skill of Self-Performance AppraisalKim Gower, University of Mary Washington, United States Leadership In The Eye of The BeholderMaria Alejandra Quijada, Regis University, United States; Claudette Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States; Tim O Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States How Should A Leadership Practicum Course Be Designed?Scott Springer, Brigham Young University--Hawaii, United States; Ann Springer, Brigham Young University--Hawaii, United States
6:30pm-7:30pm
PDWRoundtable
V-100V-200
Using Technology To Increase Engagement In Large Synchronous Learning EnvironmentsLynn Gribble, UNSW Business School, UNSW SYDNEY, Australia; Janis Wardrop, UNSW Business School, UNSW SYDNEY, Australia Digital Technologies In Hr Alignment Practice: Identifying Five Key Issues and Their Relationship To Ethical UseNicole Jackson, University of San Francisco; Shalini Gopalkrishnan, Menlo College
7:45pm-8:45pm
(V-300) [Roundtable]The Influence of Instructor PropinquityLaurie Levesque, Suffolk University, United States; Elyssebeth Leigh, UT, Australia
Thursday, 17 June 2021
10:00am-11:00am
ExerciseExerciseExerciseSymposiaRoundtableExerciseRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Can Experiential Learning Be Achieved In Asynchronous Online Education? An Exercise On Resistance To ChangeAmal Elasri Ejjaberi, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain; Eva Rimbau-Gilabert, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain The University Challenge: Technology To Tradition: Teaching With ArtefactsJan Green, Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom Beyond Business As Usual: Finding Ways Forward With Early and New TechnologyJim Stoner, Fordham University, United States; Jame Weichert, RCN, United States; Morgane Fritz, Excelia Business School, France; Jack Oebker, Fordham University, United States; Anjali Anjali, Fordham University, India; Linda Irwin, Regis University, United States; Ken Sagendorf, Regis University, United States; Michelle Weber, Fordham University, United States; Sophia Town, Fordham University, United States; John Hollwitz, Fordham University, United States; Frank Werner, Fordham University, United States; Michael Pirson, Fordham University, United States Learning With Real Leaders: Lessons From Real-Time Leadership Case StudiesJack McCarthy, Babson College, United States; Sujeev Shakya, Beed Consulting, Nepal; Mina Girgis, The Nile Project, Egypt; Eliza Ryan, Supermindful LLC, United States; Shubha Shubhalaxmi Vaylure, LadyBird Environmental Consulting, India Technology Stress In Higher Education: Theoretical Studies and Pedagogic Practices To Minimize Symptoms Before, During, and After The Covid-19 PandemicStacy Boyer-Davis, Northern Michigan University, United States Discussing Sexual Harassment In The Classroom (or Online): An Interactive ExerciseGabriella Lewis, Georgia State University, United States Teaching Leadership As If The Planet MattersRae Andre, Northeastern University, United States
11:30am-12:30pm
RoundtableExerciseExerciseCaseRoundtableExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600
Covid-19 and Education Poverty: Moving Beyond Disruption To HealingStephanie Slater, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, United Kingdom Meme Monday: Meeting Students Where They Are To Take Them Where You Are GoingJason Marshall, Binghamton University, State University of New York, United States; Etka Topaloglu, Binghamton University, State University of New York, United States; Shalini Kurumathur, Binghamton University, State University of New York, United States; Shelley Dionne, Binghamton University, State University of New York, United States Let’s Go To The Movies!: Teaching Management Through FilmAlexandra Dunn, University of Mary Washington, United States Metropolitan Mining Company: A Situation Analysis Case StudyJennifer L. Schultz, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States Preparing Student Teams For Competition In A Virtual EnvironmentLeonie Stone, SUNY Geneseo, United States; Mary Ellen Zuckerman, SUNY Geneseo, United States Gpv Inc.: A Research Methods Case StudyAlankrita Pandey, Eastern Michigan University, United States; Megan Endres, Eastern Michigan University, United States; Crissie Frye, Eastern Michigan University, United States
1:00pm-2:00pm
ExerciseExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtableExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
The Build and Bond Experiential Exercise: Utilizing Teams and Team Concepts To Create and Execute A Virtual Team Building ActivityRebecca Wyland, UW-Eau Claire, United States; Nancy Hanson-Rasmussen, UW-Eau Claire, United States; Daniel Gullifor, UW-Eau Claire, United States Is Passion Necessary For Great Careers?Mark Julien, Brock University, Canada; Micheal Stratton, Georgia College & State University, United States; Russell Clayton, University of South Florida, United States Butterfly Film ProjectKelly Fisher, West Chester University, United States; Johnna Capitano, West Chester University, United States; Jennifer Bozeman, West Chester University, United States Virtualness In Classroom-As-Organizations: Problems and Solutions When Using TechnologyOvidiu C. Cocieru, University of Scranton, United States; Mark A. McDonald, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States; Matthew C.B. Lyle, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, United States Inclusive Classrooms and The Long-Term Value of Diversifying The Academy: An Interactive Roundtable of Faculty and StudentsRebecca Evan, Metropolitan State University, United States; Lucia Rivas, Metropolitan State University, United States; Sanghamitra Chaudhuri, Metropolitan State University, United States; Denise E Williams, Metropolitan State University, United States; Lamya Ait Sadiq, Metropolitan State University, United States Online Collaboration Boards: Results of An Experiential ExerciseRachel Dolechek, Fort Hays State University, United States; Gregory Weisenborn, Fort Hays State University, United States; Ron Rohlf, Fort Hays State University, United States Teaching Human Resource Management With Ethical LensesBahareh Javadizadeh, United States; Yifeng Fan, fairfield university, United States
2:30pm-4:00pm
RoundtableExercisePDWExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500
The Fellows Session: Have A Reviving Conversation With An Mobts FellowDave Fearon, Central Connecticut State University, United States; Joe Seltzer, Lasalle University, United States Facilitating Design Thinking Activities Using Mural- An Online Tool For Collaborative Problem SolvingOlugbenga Adeyinka, Manhattanville College, United States; Alison Carson, Manhattanville College, United States Let’s Go On An Adventure! How To Gamify Your Class and Engage Your Online StudentsMai Trinh, Arizona State University, United States; Rachel Reed, Arizona State University, United States Teaching International NegotiationsMichelle Montague-Mfuni, University of Memphis, United States; Frances Preston, University of Memphis, United States; Catrina Palmer Johnson, Rutgers University, United States; Pooja Khatija, Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, United States Block Talk: Leadership and CommunicationEric Nelson, University of Central Missouri, United States; Keira Solon, University of Central Missouri, United States; Autumn Wolf, University of Central Missouri, United States
4:30pm-5:30pm
CaseExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtableRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600
Court Appointed Special Advocates: Flexible Work Arrangements and Employee Work AttitudesCraig Seal, California State University, San Bernardino, United States; Patrick Flaherty, California State University, San Bernardino, United States; Krystal Miguel Rawls, California State University, Dominguez Hills, United States; Selina Sanchez, California State University, San Bernardino, United States; Di Fan, California State University, San Bernardino, United States; Maria Garcia Guzman, California State University, San Bernardino, United States Developing A Followership Value Proposition Statement Using Entrepreneurship ToolsShontarius D. Aikens, Concordia College, United States Face-To-Face Innovations: Post PandemicSue McNamara, State University of New York at Fredonia, United States Solving For M-Theory: Playing With Time and Space During The PandemicKathy Lund Dean, Gustavus Adolphus College, United States; Charles Fornaciari, LaSalle University, United States Forming Student Groups and Teams: What Is New and What Works In The Remote EnvironmentMeg Joseph, Fashion Institute of Technology - SUNY (New York, NY), United States Game of Thrones In The Management Classroom: Teaching Opportunities and ChallengesKelly McCauley, West Texas A&M University, United States; Rahul Chauhan, West Texas A&M University, United States
6:00pm-7:00pm
SymposiaExerciseRoundtable
V-100V-300V-500
Jme Transition CeremonyKathy Lund Dean How do You Know Your Classroom Exercise Worked? The Case of The Loki Equipment ExerciseAlex Romney, Utah State University, United States; Chris Hartwell, Utah State University, United States Developing Emotional Intelligence: Pedagogical Applications For The Organizational Behavior ClassroomKathi Lovelace, Menlo College, United States; Julia Melin, Stanford University, United States
7:15pm-8:15pm
ExerciseExercisePDW
V-200V-400V-600
Engage On The Stage: Using Poster and Eposter Presentations To Motivate Students and Assess LearningJennifer L. Schultz, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Debra R. Comer, Hofstra University, United States; Abisola Femi-Jegede, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Nathaniel Siats, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Hui Wang, Nanjing Audit University, China The Three-Sentence Summary: A Quick and Easy Assignment To Encourage Students To do The ReadingEmily Tarr, California State University San Marcos, United States; Kenneth Mullane, Salem State University, United States Don’T Be Blind Sided By The Dark Side: Going In With Your Eyes Wide Open When Thinking About Taking On Administrative Role In Today’s Dynamic Higher Education ArenaKathleen Barnes, Salem State University, United States; George Smith, U of South Carolina - Beaufort, United States; John Stark, California State University - Bakersfield, United States; Rita Shea-Van Fossen, Nova Southeastern University, United States
Friday, 18 June 2021
10:00am-11:30am
SymposiaExerciseExerciseSymposia
V-100V-200V-300V-400
Getting Published In Mtr: Editor and Reviewer PerspectivesJane Schmidt-WIlk, Maharishi International University, United States; William Carter, University of Baltimore, United States; Paul Donovan, Maynooth University, Ireland; Melissa Fender, Rutgers University-Camden, United States; Joe Seltzer, LaSalle University Emeritus, United States; Lisa Stickney, University of Baltimore, United States; Atul Teckchandani , California State University Fullerton, United States Online Garbage Fires: How Going Virtual Hasn’T Stopped Our (trial And) Errors.Scott Allen, John Carroll University, United States; Steven Edelson, Walsh University; Jason Fertig, University of Southern Indiana, United States; Terry Nelson, University of Alaska - Anchorage, United States; Micheal Stratton, Georgia College and State University, United States; Chantal van Esch, University of California Poly Ponoma, United States Teaching Creativity, Innovation, and Teamwork In A Virtual Environment Using Design ThinkingSusan Dustin, Illinois State University, United States; Katie Weber, DesignThinkers Group USA, United States Learning-Centered Teaching: A Candid Discussion With Senior FacultyJennifer L. Schultz, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Debra R. Comer, Hofstra University, United States; Matthew J. Nowakowski, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Tim O. Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States; Jane Schmidt-Wilk, Maharishi International University, United States; Akin Falade, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States; Belinda Gardner, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States
12:00pm-1:00pm
ExerciseExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtableExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600
Can You Escape? Using Escape Mobile App Games To Teach Experiential Learning OnlineMai Trinh, Arizona State University, United States Podcasts That Last: A Step-By-Step Guide To Enhancing Virtual TeachingJohn Ross, Indiana University, United States; Jaclyn Perrmann-Graham, Northern Kentucky University, United States Teaching Interdisciplinary Negotiation Simulations: The 325 Superior Street Role-PlayAmanda Weirup, Babson College, United States; Erin Escobedo, Babson College, United States Intro To Human Resource Management – Reimagined: A Round Table DiscussionYifeng Fan, Fairfield University, United States; Bahareh Javadizadeh, Indiana State university, United States Applying Reality Tv-Style Competition To An Introductory Management CourseTodd Wiggen, Southwestern Oklahoma State Univeristy, United States Discrimination, Exclusion, and Loss of Human Capital: What Went Wrong At Bon Appetit?Caitlin Sockbeson, Jacksonville University, United States
1:30pm-3:00pm
SymposiaExerciseSymposiaExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500
Faculty Mentoring In An Updside-Down WorldSarah Woodside, Canisuis College, United States; Jim Flynn, Indiana University, United States; Charles Fornaciari, LaSalle College, United States; Jennifer Eury, Penn Sate, United States; Brittany Buis, University of Illinois--Chicago, United States; Phylica Taylor, Florida A & M University, United States; Kathy Lund Dean, Gustavus Adolphus College, United States; Thomas Hawk, Forstburg State University, United States Help Me Help You! Using Asynchronous Discussions To Improve Online Student SuccessVelvet Weems-Landingham, Kent State University, United States; Judy Paternite, Kent State University, United States Academic Leadership During Crisis: Lessons Learned By Academic Leaders During Covid-19Gordon Schmidt, Purdue Fort Wayne, United States; Joy Beatty, Eastern Michigan University, United States; Barbara Ritter, Jacksonville University, United States; Micheal Stratton, Georgia College & State University, United States; Erika Engel Small, Coastal Carolina University, United States Flossing Your Teeth and Adopting A Puppy: In-Class Exercises For Developing Critical Thinking In A Digital AgeChrista Kiersch, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, United States; Kelly Nowicki, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, United States; Maggie McDermott, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, United States; Nicole Gullekson, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, United States Professors As The Architect of The Social Fabric In The Virtual ClassroomMichael London London, Muhlenberg College, United States; Emily Sinensky, Muhlenberg College, United States
3:30pm-4:30pm
ExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Strategic Soundbytes: Creating & Using Interview-Based Podcasts To Bring The Real World Into The ClassroomStormy Sweitzer, Case Western Reserve University, United States Send Me On My Way: Global Engagements In A Virtual WorldChristine Mooney, Northern Illinois University, United States; Bethany Cockburn, Northern Illinois University, United States Creating Ambidextrous Courses: A New Way ForwardJanet McCollum, University of St. Thomas - Houston, United States; Catherine Barber, University of St. Thomas - Houston, United States Love (and Teaching) In The Time of Coronavirus: Magical Realism In The ClassroomJane Parent, Merrimack College, United States; Kathi Lovelace, Menlo College, United States Keep, Change, Add: A (p)reflection of The Covid-19 Pandemic School YearJennifer Leigh, Nazarth College, United States; Chantal van Esch, Cal Poly Pomona, United States Using The Boys of 36 To Integrate Motivation, Leadership, and TeamworkDouglas Lyon, Fort Lewis College, United States; Mika Kusar, Fort Lewis College, United States Inquiry-Based Education: Bringing Students Into The Scholarly ConversationAmy Burger, Dalton State College, United States; Ray Smith, Dalton State College, United States
4:45pm-5:15pm
(V-100)
5:30pm-7:00pm
RoundtablePDW
V-300V-400
Embracing The Hybrid: Reimagining Management AssessmentHeather Stewart, Griffith University, Australia; Harsha Sarvaiya, Griffith University, Australia Using Cynefin Domains To Prepare Graduates For Complex, Chaotic, Or Confusing SituationsElyssebeth Leigh, UT, Australia; Laurie Levesque, Suffolk University, United States
5:30pm-6:30pm
(V-200) [Symposia]Meet The Journal Editors - Journal of Management EducationJennifer Leigh, Nazareth College, United States; Marissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia
7:15pm-8:45pm
(V-100) [Symposia]Sharing Our Lived Experiences In The Ob Classroom: Opportunities and ChallengesMarissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia; Adam Pervez, Mississippi State University - Meridian, United States; Kevin Lo, University of San Francisco, United States; Erin Gallagher, University of Queensland, Australia
7:15pm-8:15pm
(V-200) [Case]Small Seed, Big Impact: Garrett Popcorn Shops Case StudyHui Wang, Nanjing Audit University, China; Jennifer Schultz, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States
Saturday, 19 June 2021
10:00am-11:00am
ExerciseExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtableRoundtableExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600V-700
Use of Concept Mapping In The Management Curriculum To Foster Critical ThinkingMatthew Eriksen, Providence College, United States; Arati Srinivasan, Providence College, United States; Thomas King, Providence College, United States; Sagree Sharma, Design for Public Interest, United States Integrating Mindfulness Meditation Into The Organizational Behavior CurriculumNeil Rothenberg, ., Canada Team Teaching An Interdisciplinary Study Abroad Class: Innovations In Course Design and CollaborationCarolyn Stumph, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Kimberly O'Connor, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Jon Coffman, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States Teaching Simulations Best PracticesJoshua Ray, Tusculum University, United States; Adam Smith, Indiana University Kokomo, United States; Eva Cowell, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States The Online Psychological Safety Model: Principles For Building Authentic Students Relationships In A Virtual EnvironmentVincent Bruni-Bossio, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan; Brooke Klassen , Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Jay Wilson , College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Talking Capitalism In The Classroom: Obstacles and PossibilitiesSarah Stookey, United States Using High-Level Embedded Librarianship To Enhance Student Learning and Reduce Academic Anxiety In An Online Leadership CourseKim Trahan, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Victoria Raish, Pennsylvania State University, United States; Carmen Jones, The Pennsylvania State University, United States; Brett Spencer, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
11:30am-1:00pm
PDWExerciseRoundtableExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400
Expanding The Pie: Negotiating In AcademiaBarbara Ritter, Jacksonville University, United States Theoretical Meets Practical – How To Use Student-Authored Role Plays To Teach Managerial Skills and Critical ThinkingKen Mullane, Salem State University, United States; Kevin Lo, University of San Francisco, United States; Terry Nelson, University of Alaska, Anchorage, United States Your Life/our Life New and After A Teaching CareerJUDI STRAUSS-LIPKIN, Benedictine University, United States; DAVE FEARON, CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, United States; TOM HAWK, FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY, United States; JOE SELTZER, LaSalle University, United States; JOAN WEINER, Drexel University, United States Gather Around The “Video-Clip Campfire” and Share Your Best Teaching Video ClipsMaria Alejandra Quijada, Regis University, United States; Timothy Baldwin, Indiana University, United States; Robert Marx, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
1:30pm-2:30pm
RoundtableRoundtableRoundtableExerciseExerciseExercise
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500V-600
Reality Tv In The Classroom: Calling All Movers, Shakers & TrendsettersRonda Smith, Ball State University, United States; Tim Peterson, North Dakota State University, United States; Ben Blackford, Northwest Missouri State University, United States; Carla Flores, Ball State University, United States; Krystal Geyer, Ball State University, United States; Fred Kitchens, Ball State University, United States; Doug Read, Ball State University, United States The Paradoxical Tensions of Young Teachers; Teaching In The Time of CovidChantal van Esch, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, United States; Robert Bonner, San Francisco State University, United States; Brittany Buis, University of Illinois Chicago, United States; Yifeng Fan, Fairfield University, United States Adapting An Inquiry-Focused, Radically Student Directed Classroom To The Virtual EnvironmentRay Luechtefeld, University of Central Missouri, United States We Didn’T Start The Fire: What Can Billy Joel Teach Us About The External Environment?Nicholas Rhew, Coastal Carolina University, United States Show Them The Money! A Compensation & Benefits ExerciseClaudia Ferrante, United States Air Force Academy, United States; Beverly DeMarr, Ferris State University, United States Dance Like Nobody’s Looking, Talk Like You Have All of The Answers: Teaching Motivation Through Temptation BundlingNatasha Randle, UNC Charlotte, United States; Stacey McNeil, Mississippi State University - Meridian, United States
3:00pm-4:00pm
ExerciseExerciseExerciseRoundtableRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400V-500
When I See My Reflection: Building Self-Assessment Skills In The ClassroomStacy Astrove, John Carroll University, United States; Bethany Cockburn, Northern Illinois University, United States Freedom and Flexibility In A Final Project: The UnessayKate Rowbotham, Smith School of Business, Queen's University, Canada Rethinking The Use of Case Studies To Prepare Effective ManagersJames McHann, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Laura Frost, Walsh College, United States “To All – Awesome Job!” Student Consulting Projects With Industry Partners: Overcoming Challenges and Ensuring The Value-Add For All StakeholdersMichael Kirchner, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; Kimberly O'Connor, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States; James Platzer, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States Advising: We’Re Doing It More But No One Seems To Know How To Evaluate It.Carlos Baldo, Colorado Mesa University, United States; Julie Seidel, Colorado Mesa University, United States; Justin Wareham, Oklahoma City University, United States
4:30pm-5:30pm
ExerciseExerciseExerciseRoundtable
V-100V-200V-300V-400
Finding Relevance: Using Student-Constructed Essential Questions In The ClassroomChristine Blais, Southern NH university, United States; Beth Sheehan, Southern NH university, United States Traditional Communication Activity Adapted For A Virtual ClassroomDiana Smrt, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States Building Eq Competency In Students With An Empathy MapAdrienne Reynolds, Northwest Missouri State University, United States From Multiple Interpretations To Shared Meaning: Diversity, Inclusion, and SemioticsCatherine Barber, University of St. Thomas, Houston, United States; Janet McCollum, University of St. Thomas, Houston, United States
6:00pm-7:00pm
(V-100)
7:15pm-8:00pm
(V-100)
8:15pm-10:00pm
(V-100)

 


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