Faculty Evaluation

By Rebecca Schaupp and Tracie Dodson.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Faculty evaluation is increasingly important today. The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate what the School of Business did to simplify the process.

Keywords: Evaluation, Faculty, Higher Education

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.55-62. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.223MB).

Dr. Rebecca Schaupp

Dr. Schaupp holds degrees from West Virginia University (B.S., M.A., Ed.D.) in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA, and is currently at the rank of Professor of Management/Business Administration. Dr. Schaupp began her tenure at Fairmont State University following fourteen years in the public school arena where she worked in several teaching capacities from classroom instruction to consulting at both the elementary and secondary level. She came to Fairmont State upon completion of a doctorate in education administration and was assigned to teach courses in the business education/office administration degree programs. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Dr. Schaupp supervised business education student teachers for several years. For the past twelve years, Dr. Schaupp has been teaching Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior courses at the undergraduate level. Being both a parent and an educator, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to any arena. Dr. Schaupp is quite active serving on the Board of Directors for a local residential home for troubled youth, several planning and steering committees, on the Board of Directors of IACBE which is an international accrediting body for business schools and programs, to name a few. In her spare time, Dr. Schaupp is co-owner, with her husband of 34 years, of an antique store in her hometown of Morgantown, WV, USA.

Prof. Tracie Dodson

Prof. Dodson began her tenure as a full time instructor with Fairmont State University in the fall of 1999. She holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling, WV, USA and a master’s in Industrial Relations from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV, USA. She is currently completing her dissertation for a doctorate in education at WVU (anticipated May 2007). She is an individual with vision and commitment to the field of Information Systems and Human Resource Management having worked in business and education. She teaches a multitude of courses in the Information Systems degree program of study. She organized and serves as the faculty advisor to the Information Systems Student Organization (ISSO), serves as a faculty mentor for new hires not only in the School of Business but also other computer related faculty. Ms. Dodson has served as a trainer, most recently with the Director of Economic Development for Fairmont State, and is quite active in research and grants at both the local, state, and national level. Her current research interest is in the area of assessment which is the topic of her doctoral dissertation. In her spare time, she is a wife, proud mother of three, and an avid reader.

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