Joseph G. Gerard
Associate Professor of Management | Interim Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.I.M., American Graduate School of International Mgt.
M.B.A., Arizona State University
B.A. in Spanish, California State University
Gerard, J. G., & Lederman, R. E. (2018). Distance Learning and Business Education, an Integration. In C. Fukami (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Knott, M. J., & Gerard, J. (2015). Fighting topic irrelevance 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, 7, 36.
Gerard, J.G. (2013). Essential instructor support for student professional networking and identity creation: Application and example within the LinkedIn system, International HETL Review, Volume 3, Article 5.
Gerard (2015) w/ Greeley, J, Knox, M. J., Lederman Gerard, R. “LinkedIn Social Network Use to Develop Professional Identity, Connection, and Job Search.” Using Emerging Technologies for Leadership and Management Courses session presentation at the 2015 Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
Knott, Melissa J. and Gerard, Joseph G. (2015). “Tackling Concept Overload in Survey Courses by Using Student Groups”, Presentation at the 2015 Organizational Behavior and Teaching Conference, University of La Verne, CA (June 17-20, 2015).
*Gerard, Joseph G. and Knott, Melissa J. (2015). “Customized Instruction and Support for Student Network Creation and the Exploration of Professional Identity Using the LinkedIn Professional Social Network” Presentation at the 2015 Organizational Behavior and Teaching Conference, University of La Verne, CA (June 17-20, 2015).