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Business Faculty

Roger Meiners

Roger Meiners

Professor

"Look for a practical, substantive program in which you will learn material that will be beneficial to your career. The degree for the sake of a degree is not of much use, focus on what is covered."

Randy Napier

Randy Napier

Clinical Assistant Professor

"Students emerging from the Operations Management course will be able to establish effective working relationships with Supply Chain and Operations Management professionals in any industry."

Christy Spivey

Christy Spivey

Associate Clinical-Professor

"I enjoy the process of learning and figuring out what and how to convey to others to help them learn."

Dr. Grace Hao

Associate Professor

"Higher education in the US attracts students from all over the world. I enjoy teaching at UTA."

Dr. Tara Brown

Clinical Assistant Professor

"My college professors has a profound impact on me through their encouragement, accessibility, and kindness, they taught me to love economics. I wanted to pass that along to my students."

Dr. Traci Freling

Associate Professor

"I believe online learning will become more prevalent in years to come, as technology (and the ability to deliver educational content) improves and convenience becomes a higher priority to multi-tasking students."

Dr. Koshy Joseph Vaidyan

Dr. Koshy Joseph Vaidyan

Senior Lecturer

"My passion is to learn and teach frequently on emerging trends in technology, IT strategy and IT management."

Dr. David A. Mack

Dr. David A. Mack

Clinical Professor of Management

"As technology continues to evolve, it is imperative that we all take advantage of the many ways that technology opens up access to education."

Education Faculty

Dr. Peggy Semingson

Dr. Peggy Semingson

Associate Professor

"Meeting people online is new and different. Get out of your comfort zone by trying new tools or new approaches to teaching—and then learning from your peers, too."

Dr. Melissa Hulings

Clinical Assistant Professor

"Be prepared to spend the same amount of time working on assignments/requirements for the course as those taking face-to-face classes."

Dr. Kathryn Pole

Associate Professor

"I want my students to understand their power as literacy professionals to help both teachers and their students find their potential. I want my students to be prepared to change the world!"

Dr. Kathleen C. Tice

Dr. Kathleen C. Tice

Clinical Assistant Professor

"I want students to know how to apply best practices as well as understand how theory and research have supported these practices our field recommends."

Dr. Jiyoon Yoon

Associate Professor

"Teaching is the best work that I feel comfortable and satisfied with."

Dr. Dan Robinsonn

Department Chair

"Don't be afraid to seek help from instructors."

Public Health

Dr. Stephanie Spohr

Dr. Stephanie Spohr

Instructor

"I have spent many years as a student and now find myself on the other side of the (digital) classroom hoping to share my experience, enthusiasm and dedication to the field of public health with the next generation of public health professionals."

Dr. Joy Jackson

Assistant Professor

"Independent of the course, I want students to be well versed in the terminology, practices, challenges and methods to create solutions for the challenges in public health."

Dr. Janet Glowicz

Infection Preventionist

"Understanding not only the pathology of disease, but also the historical context can help disease investigators rapidly discern effective control measures. Disease investigation and the implementation of control measures are core activities that public health departments at all levels engage in."

Dr. Becky Garner

BSPH Program Director

"If you have the self-discipline to engage in online learning, and you want to work in a public health capacity, this program is for you!"

Dr. Beckey Crow

Clinical Assistant Professor

"I believe that strong public health programs and interventions can help eliminate and/or delay many illnesses and diseases. Prevention is key."

Nursing Faculty

Susan Norman

Susan Norman

Clinical Assistant Professor

"I worked for a local pediatrician and spent time shadowing two pediatric oncologists while I was in college. I began to admire the nurses that were spending time with their patients and I wanted to be a part of that level of patient care."

Dr. Mary Beth Reid

Dr. Mary Beth Reid

Clinical Assistant Professor

"I truly feel I was 'called' to nursing, for it was not on any of my lists of what I wanted to do when I grew up. After three years and three degree changes, I decided to try nursing on a whim. Best whim I ever selected."

Regina Urban

Regina Urban

Clinical Assistant Professor

"I enjoy taking care of people and helping families as a nurse. I enjoy teaching and working with students to help them accumulate knowledge that will support their nursing practice."

Peace Ossom Williamson

Peace Ossom Williamson

Director of Research Data Services

"I am most motivated by contributing toward the improvement of health through prevention and education, and I am passionate about using and teaching tools that can accomplish these aims."

Dr. Karen Bell Morgan

Adjunct Professor

"Health promotion and education is a dynamic field because it provides professors with the chance to teach students about key health issues. I incorporate these topics and their significance in my classroom because I want students to understand these health priorities and challenge themselves to fill the gap between learning and practice."

Doug Garner

Assistant Director Campus Recreation – Adapted Sports and Recreation

"The value of a BSPH degree is what you make of it. Some students will sit back and say 'Hey, I have a degree,' and others will use these experiences to take life by the horns and say 'Hey, let's do great things!"

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