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    • VITA Martha H. Rader Associate Professor Division of Curriculum and Instruction College of Education Arizona State University OFFICE ADDRESS: Farmer 438A Secondary Education Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 85287-1411 EDUCATION Ph.D., Occupational Education, Kansas State University, 1973 M.B.E., Business Education, University of Mississippi, 1966 B.S., Office Administration, University of Mississippi, 1964 CERTIFICATIONS State of Missouri Public School Teachers Certificate, Secondary Vocational Business, Cooperative Education Endorsement, 1968-78 State of Missouri Public School Teachers Certificate, Postsecondary Vocational Business, Cooperative Education Endorsement, 1968-78 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University, 1989 - present Associate Professor, Department of General Business, Arizona State University, 1978-89 Assistant Professor, Department of Administrative Services, Arizona State University, 1975-78 Assistant Professor, Department of Business Education, Central Missouri State University, 1973-75 Instructor, Department of Business Education, Central Missouri State University, 1968-72 HONORS AND AWARDS National Awards National Association for Business Teacher Education, Outstanding article in the NABTE Review, 2005 Delta Pi Epsilon, Distinguished Author, 2002 Delta Pi Epsilon, Outstanding Instructional Practices Article Award, 2001 Other Awards and Honors Delta Pi Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Chapter, Leadership Appreciation Award, 2003
    • 2 Arizona Business Education Association Outstanding Postsecondary Business Teacher, 2000 Arizona Cooperative Education Association Distinguished Leadership Award, 1999 Arizona Business Education Association Special Service Award, 1998 Arizona Cooperative Education Association Special Service Awards, 1995 and 1996 Arizona Council on Vocational Education Award, Outstanding Postsecondary Vocational Education Teacher in Arizona, 1995 Arizona Vocational Education Association Award, Distinguished Vocational Educator of the Year, 1995 EPDA (Education Professions Development Act) Leadership Award and Fellowship, Kansas State University, 1972-73 Phi Gamma Nu (business honor society) award for the highest four-year scholastic average in the School of Business and Government, University of Mississippi, 1964 PUBLICATIONS Published Books Rader, M. H. (Ed.). (2003). Effective methods of teaching business education in the 21st century (Yearbook No. 41). Reston, VA: National Business Education Association. (326 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1994). Business communication: With contemporary issues and microcomputer applications (2nd ed.). Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Co. (640 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1994). Instructor's manual for business communication. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Co. (262 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1988). Business communication for the computer age. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Co. (578 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1988). Instructor's manual for business communication for the computer age. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Co. (185 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1988). Linmar Copiers, Inc.: A business communication simulation [Computer software]. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Co. Book Chapters Rader, M. H. (2005). Visualizing: Conveying information graphically in a global business environment. In J. C. Scott (Ed.), Communication for a global society (Yearbook No. 43, pp. 84-99). Reston, VA: National Business Education Association.
    • 3 Rader, M. H. (2003). Managing the classroom and technology lab. In M. H. Rader (Ed.), Effective methods of teaching business education in the 21st century (Yearbook No. 41, pp. 80-92). Reston, VA: National Business Education Association. Rader, M. H. (2002). Customized services for diverse student needs. In A. M. Remp (Ed.), Technology, methodology, and business education (Yearbook No. 40, pp. 56-72). Reston, VA: National Business Education Association. Rader, M. H. (1979). Routine and persuasive claim letter cases. In G. H. Douglas (Ed.), Business communication casebook three, 32-34. Urbana, IL: American Business Communication Association. (Case studies in a casebook) Rader, M. H. (1979). Sales letter critique: The case of the Sapana micro-range oven and the Irvin horse trailer. In G. H. Douglas (Ed.), Business communication casebook three, 15. Urbana, IL: American Business Communication Association. (Case studies in a casebook) Rader, M. H. (1977). Computer applications for business communication research. In C. J. Lewis (Ed.), Guidelines for research in business communication (pp. 71-79). Urbana, IL: American Business Communication Association. Journal Articles Crews, T. B., Moore, W., Rader, M. H., & Rowe, A. (2006). NBEA Research Task Force study: Important research questions for business education. NABTE Review, Spring Edition, in Business Education Forum, 60(4), 18-26. Hernandez, A., & Rader, M. H. (2006). Models of instruction for language-minority business students. Journal for Global Business Education, 6, 1-14. Rader, M. H. (2005). A comparison of state and national standards for business education. NABTE Review, 32, 10-15. Waggoner, S. , & Rader, M. H. (2005). Experiential learning activities for marketing education. Business Education Forum, 59(4), 40-42. Erthal, M. J., & Rader, M. H. (2004). Current practices in speech recognition: Curriculum, instruction, and assessment. NABTE Review, 31, 28-35. Rader, M. H. (2002). Strategies for teaching Internet ethics. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 44(2), 73-79. Rader, M. H., & Wilhelm, W. J. (2002). Business education research: Identification and prioritization of topics. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 44(3), 153-174. Rader, M. H. (1999). Student safety--An emerging concern in business education. Arizona Business Education Association Journal, 18, 23-27.
    • 4 Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1999). Federal workplace laws--Are business work experience programs in compliance? Business Education Forum, 53, 26-29. Rader, M. H., & Meggison, Peter F. (1998). Business education research for the twenty-first century. Western News Exchange, November, 5. Rader, M. H., & Quick, T. E. (1995). A computer solution for tracking. Vocational Education Journal, 70, 23. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1992). Computer simulation--A high-tech teaching tool for business communication. Instructional Strategies: An Applied Research Series, Delta Pi Epsilon, Spring. Sroka, J., & Rader, M. H. (1986). Prototyping increases chance of systems acceptance. Data Management, 23(3), 10-19. Rodgers, R., Metha, A., & Rader, M. H. (1983). Exploring nontraditional and emerging occupations. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 31(4), 276-279. Rader, M. H. (1983, April). Information overload. Communication Briefings, 4. Gilsdorf, J., & Rader, M. H. (1982). Preparing for the technological revolution in business communication, Business Education Forum, 37(1), 24-27. Rader, M. H., & Gilsdorf, J. (1981). Preventing environmental stress in the open office. Journal of Systems Management, 32(2), 25-27. Gilsdorf, J., & Rader, M. H. (1981). Time management--But what about your people? Supervision, 43(11), 6-8. Gilsdorf, J., & Rader, M. H. (1981). Bringing out the best in committee members. Supervisory Management, 26(11), 6-11. Rader, M. H. (1981). Dealing with information overload. Personnel Journal, 60(5), 373-375. Rader, M. H., & Schabacker, J. (1980). The effectiveness of time management training. Arizona Business, 27(7), 3-7. Rader, M. H., & Wunsch, A. (1980). A survey of communication practices of business school graduates by job category and undergraduate major. Journal of Business Communication, 17(4), 33-41. Rader, M. H. (1979). Evaluating a management development program for women. Public Personnel Management, 8(3), 138-145. Rader, M. H. (1979). Suffering from information overload? Management World, 8(12), 9-11. Rader, M. H., & Perrill, N. (1979). The communication audit: An ounce of prevention. Arizona Business, 16(7), 10-16.
    • 5 Rader, M. H. (1978). Financing business education research. Journal of Business Education, 54(2), 82-84. Rader, M. H. (1977). Co-op program for business teachers. National Association of Business Teacher Education Review, 4, 74-76. Rader, M. H. (1976). Grantsmanship in business and office education. The ASU Business Teacher, 17(1), 9-11. Rader, M. H., & Dawe, M. (1977). Smooth sailing for simulation. Journal of Business Education, 52(8), 362-363. Rader, M. H. (1976). Rediscovering the simplified letter. American Business Communication Association Bulletin, 39(3), 27-28. Rader, M. H. (1974). How do vocational programs rate? California Business Education Journal, 9(3), 3-6. Rader, M. H. (1974). Who scores best on the Kansas State Civil Service clerical test? The Kansas Business Teacher, 27(4), 12-22. Monographs and Refereed Proceedings Rader, M. H., Bailey, G. A., & Kurth, L. A. (2006). The development of a valid and reliable instrument for assessing speed and accuracy in speech recognition. Delta Pi Epsilon 2006 Book of Readings (in press). Rader, M. H., & McCoy, K. A. (2006). Differentiated instruction in the classroom and technology lab: Back to the one-room schoolhouse. Delta Pi Epsilon 2006 Book of Readings (in press). Crary, M., & Rader, M. H. (2004). Designing and using rubrics to improve student performance and accountability. Delta Pi Epslon 2004 Book of Readings, 151-156. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Waggoner, C., & Rader. M. H. (2004). Marketing education strategies: Focus on real-world applications. Delta Pi Epsilon 2004 Book of Readings, 167-170. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader, M. H. (2003). The relationship between state and national business education standards. Promoting excellence in research and teaching for business: Delta Pi Epsilon 2003 Book of Readings, 113-116. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader, M. H. (2001). Strategies for teaching Internet ethics. Delta Pi Epsilon 2001 Book of Readings, 121-123. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon.
    • 6 Rader, M. H., & Wilhelm, W. J. (2001). Needed research in business education (6th ed.) (Delta Pi Epsilon Monograph). Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader M. H., & Wilhelm, W. J. (2001). Needed research in business education. Delta Pi Epsilon 2001 Book of Readings, 135-142. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader, M. H. (2000). Strategies for integrating assistive technology for students with disabilities. Delta Pi Epsilon 2000 Book of Readings, 121-124. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader, M. H. (1998). Enhance your research with effective graphic design in desktop publishing. Delta Pi Epsilon 1998 Book of Readings, 289-290. Little Rock, AR: Delta Pi Epsilon. Rader, M. H. (1993). Strategies for integrating international concepts into business courses. Proceedings of the Arizona Business Education Association 11th annual conference, 10. McClure, L., Rader, M. H., & Stephens, N. (1990). Experimental comparisons between male and female managers' responses to subordinates' reports of their own poor performance. Proceedings of the Southwest Division of the Academy of Management, 32nd annual meeting, 212-215. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. (1990). Computer simulation--A high-tech teaching tool for business communication. Proceedings of the Association for Business Communication Southwest Region conference, 1-6. Government Reports and Publications Rader, M. H. (1981). Exploring nontraditional occupations in vocational and technical education. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Department of Education, Vocational Preparation New Programs, Subpart 2 Final Report (Project No. 81-105-01-27). (64 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Metha, A. T. (1980). Sex equity resources in vocational education. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Department of Education, Sex Equity Final Report (Project No. 80-917- REP-03). (66 pp.) Rader, M. H., & Metha, A. T. (1979). Instructional strategies for serving special populations in vocational education. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Department of Education, Research Coordinating Unit Final Report. (118 pp.) Rader, M. H. (1979). Productivity training for State of Arizona employees, Part II. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Title I, Higher Education Act (Report No. 78-002-004). (55 pp.) Rader, M. H. (1977). Training institute for City of Phoenix equal employment opportunity program. U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Title I, Higher Education Act (Report No. 76-002-003). (48 pp.) Rader, M. H., et al. (1975). Financial management manual. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Association of Regional Planning Commissions. Dissertation
    • 7 Rader, M. H. (1973). The relationship between educational background and scores on the Kansas personnel division examination for clerk-typist and clerk-stenographer. Major professor Robert Meisner. REFEREED PAPERS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS Rader, M. H. (2006, April). Create a positive learning environment through effective classroom management. Presentation at the National Business Education Association Conference, Tampa Bay, FL. Rader, M. H. (2006, April). Instructional games: Strategies for engaging students in learning. Presentation at the Arizona Business Education Association Conference, Tempe, AZ. Rader, M. H. (2005, November). The assessment of student achievement in speech recognition. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Cincinnati, OH. Rader, M. H. (2005, March). Strategies for effective classroom management. Presentation at the National Business Education Association Conference, Anaheim, CA. Rader, M. H. (2005, April). Instructional games: Strategies for engaging students in learning. Presentation at the Arizona Business Education Association Conference, Tempe, AZ. Crary, M., & Rader, M. H. (2004, November). Designing and using rubrics to improve student performance and accountability. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Arlington, VA. Waggoner, C., & Rader. M. H. (2004, November). Marketing education strategies: Focus on real-world applications. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Arlington, VA. Rader, M. H. (2003, November). The relationship between national and state business education standards. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Erthal, M. J., & Rader, M. H. (2003, November). Identification of performance standards and assessment methods for teaching speech recognition. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Erthal, M. J., & Rader, M. H. (2003, April). Voice recognition assessment. Paper presented at the National Association for Business Teacher Education session, National Business Education Association Conference, Dallas, TX. Rader, M. H. (2003, February). Student-centered instructional strategies. Paper presented at the Western Business and Technology Educators Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Rader, M. H. (2002, February). Strategies for teaching Internet ethics in the 21st Century. Paper presented at the Western Business and Technology Educators Conference, San Francisco.
    • 8 Rader, M. H. (2002, February). Strategies for individualizing keyboarding and computer classes for students with special needs. Paper presented at the Western Business and Technology Educators Conference, San Francisco. Rader, M. H., & Erthal, M. J. (2002, November). Strategies for developing collaborative research projects. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Cleveland, OH. Rader, M. H. (2001, February). Technology access for students with disabilities. Paper presented at the Western Business and Technology Educators Conference, Seattle, WA. Rader, M. H. (2001, February). Ethics and the Internet. Paper presented at the Western Business and Technology Educators Conference, Seattle, WA. Rader, M. H. (2001, April). Online ethics--Strategies for implementation. Paper presented at the National Business Education Association Conference, Atlanta, GA. Rader, M. H., Knauel, R., & Reed, R. (2001, July). Cooperative education and special education issues. Paper presented at the Arizona Career and Technical Education Conference, Tucson, AZ. Rader, M. H., & Knauel, R. (2001, November). Incorporating disabled youth into cooperative education classes and the workplace. Paper presented at the Arizona Cooperative Education Association Conference, Prescott, AZ. Rader, M. H. (2001, November). Needed research for the profession. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication 66th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. Rader, M. H., Wilhelm, W., & Erthal, M. (2001, November). Needed research in business education. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Nashville, TN. Rader, M. H. (2001, November). Strategies for teaching Internet ethics. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Nashville, TN. Rader, M. H. (2000, February). Effective visual design: PowerPoint presentations, Web pages and HTML publishing. Paper presented at the Western Business and Information Technology Educators Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. Rader, M. H. (2000, November). Strategies for integrating assistive technology for students with disabilities. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Columbus, OH. Rader, M. H. (1999, November). Quality research topics for the 21st century. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, St. Louis, MO. Rader, M. H. (1999, November). Communicating by design: Effective visuals for desktop publishing, presentations, and Web pages. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication 64th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
    • 9 Rader, M. H. (1999, May). Building blocks of effective visual design. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication European Convention, Helsinki, Finland. Rader, M. H. (1999, April). Communicating by design: Effective visuals for desktop presentations and Web Pages. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication Western Region Conference, Tucson, AZ. Rader, M. H. (1998, November). Enhance your research with effective graphic design in desktop publishing. Paper presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Louisville, KY. Rader, M. H. (1998, November). Are your co-op classes in compliance with state and federal laws? Paper presented at the Arizona Cooperative Education Association Conference, Sedona, AZ. Rader, M. H. (1998, May). Business education research for the twenty-first century. Paper presented at Delta Pi Epsilon meeting at the Western Business and Information Technology Educators Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Rader, M. H. (1997, November). Introducing two technology-related courses: Desktop publishing and presentation graphics. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication 62nd Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Rader, M. H. (1997, April). Introducing two technology-related courses: Desktop publishing and presentation graphics. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication Western Regional Conference, Costa Mesa, CA. Rader, M. H. (1996, August). Cooperative education: The key to workforce development. Paper presented at the Arizona Workforce Training and Development 21st Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ. Rader, M. H., & Wilson, G. N. (1995, November). Using multimedia to enhance learning in business communication. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication 60th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL. Rader, M. H. (1993, January). Strategies for integrating international concepts into business courses. Paper presented at the Arizona Business Education Association 11th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ. Rader, M. H. (1992, November). Communicating in Japan: The intercultural gap. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication 57th Annual International Conference, Honolulu, HI. Rader, M. H., and Akuna, V. A. (1992, August). International issues in business education-- Preparing our students for the global competition. Paper presented at the Arizona Vocational Technological Education 17th Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ. Rader, M. H, & Kurth, L. A. (1991, November). A comparison of the regulation of advertising in the United States, Western Europe, Japan, and the Soviet Union. Paper presented at the
    • 10 Association for Business Communication 56th Annual International Conference, Honolulu, HI. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1991, March). Computer simulation--A high-tech teaching tool for business communication. Paper presented at the Microcomputers in Education 11th Annual Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1990, April). How to use a computer simulation in your business communication class. Paper presented at the National Business Education Association National Conference, Reno, NV. Kurth, L., & Rader, M. H. (1990, November). Message responses as functions of communication mode: A comparison of electronic mail and typed memoranda. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication National Conference, San Antonio, TX. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1990, April). A computer simulation for business communication. Paper presented at the Western Regional Association for Business Communication Conference, Denver, CO. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1989, November). Teaching business communication in 2001. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, Las Vegas, NV. Rader, M. H., & Kurth, L. A. (1988, October). Computer simulations in business communication. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Rader, M. H. (1987, October). Technology and credit and collections. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, Atlanta, GA. Rader, M. H. (1984, October). A survey of computer software programs for business communication instruction. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Rader, M. H. (1983, November). Dealing with the new communication technology. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, New York. Rader, M. H. (1982, October). Preventing communication stress in the open office. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication International Conference, New Orleans, LA. Rader, M. H. (1981, October). The causes and effects of information overload. Association for Business Communication International Conference, Phoenix, AZ. Rader, M. H., & Perrill, N. (1978, March). Communication audits: A tool for more effective business communication. Paper presented at the Western American Business Communication Association Conference, Costa Mesa, CA.
    • 11 Rader, M. (1977, December). Communication audits: A tool for more effective business communication. Paper presented at the Association for Business Communication National Conference, Chicago. GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROJECTS External Grants Rader, M. H., & Metha, A. (1980-81). Exploring nontraditional occupations in vocational- technical education. Arizona Department of Education, Research Coordinating Unit grant, $40,000. (Project Director and coauthor of proposal) Rader, M. H., & Metha, A. (1979-80). Sex equity resources in vocational education. Arizona Department of Education, Research Coordinating Unit grant, $24,965. (Co-Project Director and coauthor of proposal) Rader, M. H., & Metha, A. (1978-79). Instructional strategies for serving special populations in vocational education. Arizona Department of Education, Research Coordinating Unit grant, $14,836. (Co-Project Director and coauthor of proposal). Rader, M. H. (1978-79). Productivity training for State of Arizona employees--Part II. Title I, Higher Education grant, $13,000. (Project Director and author of proposal). Rader, M. H., Shinn, T., & Rothschild, M. (1978-79). Beyond stereotyping: New visions for women and men. Arizona Council on Humanities grant, $17,050. (Coauthor of proposal) Aranda, L., & Rader, M. H. (1978). EDA Center for business and economic development. Economic Development Administration, Sec. 301 grant, $135,000. (Author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1977-78). Productivity training for State of Arizona Employees. Title I, Higher Education Act grant, $14,650. (Project Director and author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1976-77). Training institute for City of Phoenix Equal Employment Opportunity program. Title I, Higher Education Act grant, $9,113. (Project Director and author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1977). Women’s work. Arizona Council on the Humanities grant, $9,300. (Author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1975). Financial management assistance program for Missouri Association of Regional Planning Commissions. Title I, Higher Education Act grant, $27,912. (Project Director and author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1975). Women and career options: A research project to facilitate upward mobility for women. Vocational Education, Sec. 131 (b), Part C research grant, $35,202. (Project Director and author of proposal)
    • 12 Rader, M. H. (1975). EPDA regional in-service conference for vocational education personnel development. EPDA, Part F - 553 grant, $3,000. (Project Director and author of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1975). In-service teacher training in model office simulation for the office education block-time program. EPDA, Part F - 553 grant, $15,738. (Project Director and author of proposal) Brookens, K., & Rader, M. H. (1975). Training institute for providing for equality of the sexes. Title IV, Civil Rights grant for Kansas City, Missouri, Public School District, $12,499. (Project Trainer and coauthor of proposal) Rader, M. H. (1975). Cooperative occupational experience practicum for vocational business and office and home economics teachers. EPDA, Part F - 553 grant, $15,197. (Project Director and author of proposal) Internal Grants Rader, M. H. (1986, Summer). Attribution of fault to a perpetrator of sexual harassment. Arizona State University Women’s Studies Research Award, $1,500. Rader, M. H. (1985, Summer). Attribution of fault to a perpetrator of sexual harassment. Arizona State University General Business Department Research Incentive Fund, $1,000. Rader, M. H. (1984, Summer). Attribution of fault to a perpetrator of sexual harassment. Arizona State University General Business Department Research Incentive Fund, $2,500. Rader, M. H. (1980-81). Employee reactions to work load in CPA firms. Arizona State University Faculty Grant-in-Aid, $1,250. Sabbatical Leaves The assessment of student achievement in speech recognition. Fall semester, 2006. Technology resources for business education students with disabilities. Fall semester, 1999. The effects of computer aided instruction on keyboarding achievement. Fall semester, 1991. The effects of workload stress on Certified Public Accountants. Spring semester, 1982. SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION National Offices/Boards/Committees in Professional Organizations National Policies Commission for Business and Economic Education, 2006 (three-year term) Member, The Agnew Group, 2005-2006 (National Task Force on Business Education) Member, Delta Pi Epsilon National Strategic Planning Committee, 2006 (two-year term)
    • 13 Chair, Delta Pi Epsilon National Publications Committee, 2004-2005 (two-year term) National Publications Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon, 2000-2005 (two-year term) Chair, Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Awards Committee, 2002-2003 Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Awards Committee, 1997-2003 Chair, Grants Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon Research Foundation, 2004 Grants Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon Research Foundation, 2000-2004 National Research Projects Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon, 2000-2003 Editorial Board, Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2002-2004 Institutional NABTE Representative, 2003-04 National Council Representative, Delta Pi Epsilon, 1999-2001 Treasurer, National Educational Computing Conference, 1991-92 ($500,000 budget) Association for Business Communication, National Research Committee, 1976-78 Regional, State, and Local Offices/Committees in Professional Organizations President, Arizona Business Education Association, 1997-98 Conference Chair, Arizona Business Education Association, 1996-97 Central Postsecondary Representative, Arizona Business Education Association, 1994-96 Editorial Board, ABEA Journal, 1998-00; Associate Editor, 2001-2006 Legislative Chair, Arizona Business Education Association, 1999-2003 Postsecondary Central Representative, Arizona Business Education Association, 1993-1996 Strategic Planning Committee, Arizona Business Education Association, 1996-2002 Secretary, Arizona Cooperative Education Association, 1995-96 President, Arizona Cooperative Education Association, 1993-94 State Conference Committee, Arizona Cooperative Education Association, 1992-96 Arizona Business Education Advisory Council (Arizona Department of Education), 1997-98 Historian, Delta Pi Epsilon Alpha Sigma (ASU) Chapter, 1993-98
    • 14 Chapter Advisor, Phi Beta Lambda (ASU Chapter), 1988-91 Chapter Co-Sponsor, Delta Pi Epsilon, Alpha Sigma (ASU) Chapter, 1999-2004 Chapter Co-Sponsor, Pi Omega Pi (ASU Chapter), 1998-2004 Mesa Public Schools Business and Computer Science Curriculum Review Committee, 2001. Chair of Audiovisual Committee, Association for Business Communication Western Region Conference, Tucson, AZ, 1999. Business Education Planning Committee, Arizona Vocational Association Conference, 1991-96 Chair of Registration Committee, Western Business and Information Technology Educators Association Regional Conference, 1998 (10 states) Work Steering Committee for Total Quality Management, Arizona Department of Education, 1990-91 Judge, Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, 1996-98, 1989 University Offices, Committees, Other Service Wakonse Fellow at ASU’s Camp Tontozona, 1994 Secretary and Board Member, ASU Faculty Association, 1987-88 ASU Disabled Student Resources Advisory Committee, 1983-85 University Grievance Committee, 1981-83 Advisory Panel on Research and Scholarship, ASU Program for Faculty Development, 1981-84 Chair, ASU Women’s Studies Advisory Committee, 1979-81 ASU Women’s Studies Advisory Committee, 1978-84 Chair, Women’s Studies Grants Subcommittee, 1977-78 Vice President, ASU Faculty Women’s Association, 1978-79 Program Chair, ASU Faculty Women’s Association, 1978-79 Served as outside participant on six doctoral dissertation defenses on behalf of the Graduate College, 1992-2004 College, Division, Cluster Offices, Committees, Other Service College Personnel Committee, 2002-2004, 1998
    • 15 Chair of College Affirmative Action Committee, 1997-98 Chair of Division Admission and Retentions Committee, 1994-96 Chair of Secondary Education Cluster, 2004-05 Admissions Committee, Ed.D. and M.Ed. in Secondary Education Concentration, 2002-05 Admissions Committee, Ph.D. and M.Ed. in Educational Media and Computers, 1989-97 Chair and Co-Chair of doctoral dissertations in Business Education, College of Business and College of Education, Educational Media and Computers, and Educational Leadership, 1986-2005 Advisor to master’s and doctoral students in Educational Media and Computers and Business Education, 1989-1997 Advisor to master’s and doctoral students in Business Education and Secondary Education, 1998-05 General Business Advisor, College of Business, 1975-89 Communication Area Committee, College of Business, 1975-89 College of Business Research Committee, 1978-1987 College of Business Research and Publications Advisory Committee, 1975-78 Women’s Conference Committee, ASU College of Business, 1975-77 Small Business Institute Advisory Committee, College of Business, 1976-77 College of Business Center for Executive Development, 1978-1981. Conducted numerous seminars on conflict management for various organizations (Motorola, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, City of Phoenix, Arizona Department of Transportation). TEACHING Courses Taught ASU College of Education EMC 532 Desktop Publishing EMC 511 Computer Applications in Education BUE 501 Principles of Business Education BUE 502 Organization and Management of Cooperative Programs BUE 503 Competency-Based Business and Vocational Education EDA/EMC 507 Microcomputers in Educational Administration
    • 16 BUE/EMC 598 Teaching Windows BUE/EMC 598 Teaching Windows Applications BUE/EMC 598 Organization and Management of Computer/Media Technology BUE 505 Current Literature in Business and Vocational Education BUE 512 Technology in Business and Vocational Education BUE 480 Teaching Business Subjects SED 400 Prin. and Appls. of Effective Instruction in Secondary Education SED 478 Supervision of Student Teachers SED 403 Middle and Secondary School Principles, Curricula, and Methods BUE 481 Technology Methods BUE 598 Practicum in Business and Industry ASU College of Business GNB 233 Business Communication GNB 598 Organizational Communication GBS 301 Managerial Communication ADS 101 Keyboarding I ADS 102 Keyboarding II GNB 431 Business Report Writing GNB 501 Business Research Methods BUE 598 Business Education for Special Needs CBE 506 Information Processing for Business and Vocational Education CBE 503 Individualized Instruction in Business and Vocational Education GNB 598 Microtools Workshop CBE 598 Business Education Macintosh Applications Central Missouri State University Typewriting I, II, III Shorthand I Dictation and Transcription Advanced Transcription Office Typing Problems Business Communication Office Procedures Busisness Mathematics