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Beth Jones

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Assistant Professor - Business

Master of Arts in Leadership and Management
Principled Leadership Concentration
Project Management Concentration
Quality Matters Institutional Representative and Peer Reviewer


Ph.D. Organization and Management, Capella University
M.S. Organization and Management, Capella University
B.G.A. Social Sciences, University of Kentucky


Research Interests:

Women’s work
Authenticity in leadership and work
Distance learning
Professional Affiliations:
Academy of Management
Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (institutional co-representative)
International Leadership Association (conference reviewer)
Journal of Critical Incidents (editorial staff)
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (peer evaluator)
Quality Matters (peer reviewer)
Society for Case Research
Project Management Institute

Recent Publications:

The Trials of Mr. Takei. Co-authored with Anthony J. Mento, Loyola University Maryland. Journal of Critical Incidents Volume 5 (Fall, 2012). 

"Doppelgänger Professor: High-touch Delivery to Low-density Populations." Chapter in Quick Hits for Teaching with Technology: Successful Strategies by Award-winning Teachers, R. K. Morgan & K. T. Olivares (Eds.), Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN. February 2012

Recent Conference Presentations:

Meaningful Mentoring: Improving Gateway Course Redesigns. Co-presented with John Beyers, Robin Toman, and Jennifer Hearne. Conference on Excellence in Gateway Course Completion, Indianapolis, IN. April 2013. 

Identifying, Understanding, and Countering Leadership’s Dark Side: Crafting the Case for the Course. Roundtable discussion presented at the Renewing Mission and Identity in Catholic Business Education conference. June, 2012.

Strategies for Teaching Adult Undergraduate Learners: Course Redesign Experiences. Co-presented with Ademar Bechtold, Alison Dray-Novey, Sr. Eileen Eppig, and Maeve O’Donovan. Fifth Faculty Development Conference, Stevenson University, Owings Mills, MD. October 2012.

Online, On-site, or Blended: Dilemmas in Remapping Delivery of Leadership Education. Workshop co-presented with Deborah J. Calhoun. Thirteenth Annual Conference, International Leadership Association. London, UK. October 2011.

Leading laterally: Skills for Partnering and Collaborating. Workshop co-presented with Shelley R. Robbins, Ph.D. Twelfth Annual Conference, International Leadership Association. Boston, MA. October 2010