Linda Moran
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Linda Moran

WHY DO YOU ENJOY TEACHING STUDENTS IN HILLYER?

Hillyer students are exciting to teach. They are eager for a new start in their academic career. Students have dreams, and realize this is the time to invest in themselves. Classes are small, so I know each students' learning style and academic interests. This allows me to design classes with multiple-modalities to connect with each student.

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

  • ASB 110: Academic Strategies
  • ASB 111: Critical Literacies
  • BAB 110: Introduction to Business

Degrees and Certifications

  • Ed.D. Columbia University, Adult Education
  • M.A. University of Maryland, Organizational Communication
  • B.S. Pennsylvania State University, Individual and Family Studies
  • Principles and Practices of Organizational Development, Columbia University
  • Advanced Organizational Development Theory, Columbia University
  • Various Management Training Certifications such as Kouznes and Posner, Kepner Tregoe, and Zenger Miller

Research Interests

  • Teams and Leadership Development
  • Student Retention Strategies

Selected Publications 

  • Self-Directed Workteams: The New American Challenge 
  • Keeping Teams on Track
  • Self Directed Workteams: Mastering the Challenge
  • Beyond Teams: Building a Collaborative Organization 
  • Numerous articles on Team and Leadership