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Faculty

Melissa J Knott

Associate Professor of Management
Education:
Ph.D., George Washington University
M.B.A., Eastern Michigan University
B.B.A., Eastern Michigan University
Office: Churchill 205
413-782-1708
CURRICULUM VITAE
PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Knott, M., Forray, J. & Regan, C. (2018). Outcomes Assessment In a Capstone Management Course: Engaging Multiple Stakeholders. Organizational Management Journal 15 (3), 144-157.

Knott, M. J. and Gerard, J. G. (2015). Fighting topic irrelevant in ethics and CSR education: Using pink ribbon campaigns, experiential learning, and semester-long activities to boost engagement and personal connection. Southern Journal of Business and Ethics.

Gerard, J. G., Knott, M. J., & Lederman, R. (2012). Three examples using tablet technology in an active learning classroom: Strategies for active learning course design using tablet technology, Global Education Journal, Vol. 4, pp. 85-115.

Knott, M. J. & Kayes, D. C. (2012). Individual contribution to a team: The importance of continuous adaptive learning, Organization Management Journal, 9(1), 22-33.

Knott, M. J. & Gerard, J. G. (2012). The team milestone process: Integrated team activities to track team development, International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences (4), 103-121.

Conference Proceedings

Knott, M. J. (2018). Research is Not My Passion: Help Me Publish Please. Paper presented at the MOBTS Conference, Costal Carolina University, Conway SC.

Forray, J. M., & Knott, M. J. (2016). Assessing Student Outcomes at the Program Level: The RealTest Exercise Paper presented at the 2016 OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators, Walsh University, North Canton, OH.

Knott, M. J. (2015). Tackling Concept Overload In Survey Courses by Using Student Groups. Paper presented at the 2015 OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators, University of La Verne, La Verne CA.

Gerard, J., Lederman, R. and Knott, M., (June 2015). Customized instruction and support for student network creation and the exploration of professional identity using the LinkedIn professional social network. OBTC. La Verne, CA.