Faculty Profile

Dr. Cori J. Myers

cmyers@lhup.edu | 234 Akeley Hall, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2274

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Education: 

Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, The Pennsylvania State University

M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration, The Pennsylvania State University

B.S. in Management Science, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Capstone Seminar in Strategic Management, Human Resources, International Business

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Articles Published: 

Myers, Cori and Rick Van Dyke. “Managing Complexity: Beginnings of a Research Model for Business Educators to Update Simulation Pedagogy for 21st Century Business Environments.”  In J.D. Belloit, T.R. Johns, and C. Myers (eds.) Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2011 Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting (pp.165-170). Online at http://www.nabet.us/Archives/2011/NABET_Proceedings_2011.pdf

Myers, Cori and Peter Huegler.  (2011). Effects of Virtual Groups on Learning Outcomes in and ITV Delivered International Business Course. In P. Van Den Bossche, W. H. Gijselaers, & R. G. Milter (Eds).  Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World (165-194).  New York: Springer.  

Myers, Cori and Rick Van Dyke. “Just Short Of Chaos: Simulating Complexity in the Classroom to Spur Innovative Thinking”  In J.D. Belloit, T.R. Johns, and C. Myers (eds.) Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2010 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting (pp.223-229). Online at http://www.nabet.us/Archives/2010/NABET%20Proceedings%202010.pdf

Myers, Cori and Rick Van Dyke. “Time Value of Writing:  Effective Learning and Efficient Assessment”  In J.D. Belloit, T.R. Johns, and C. Myers (eds.) Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2009 Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting (pp.187-196). Online at http://www.nabet.us/Archives/2009/NABET%20Proceedings%202009.pdf

Myers, Cori and Van Dyke, Rick. “Does Your Teaching Toolkit Include the Write Stuff?”  In J.D. Belloit and T.R. Johns (eds.) Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2008 Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting (pp.159-160). Online at http://www.nabet.us/Archives/2008/NABET%20Proceedings%202008%20Combined.pdf .

 Professional Presentations:

Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility in the Classroom. ACBSP, 2013 Annual Conference,  Salt Lake City, Utah, June, 2013. 

Fostering the Courage to be Creative. Eastern Academy of Management, 50th Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland., May, 2013.

“Profile Your Style,” presented at Leadership Clinton County, Lock Haven, PA, January 2011 and 2012, and November 2012. 

"Foundations of Effective Time Management," presented at Women Who Wine (professional women’s group), Lock Haven, PA, August 2012. 

“LHU’s Business and Computer Programs: Progress and Outreach,” presented the Rotary Club of Lock Haven, Mill Hall, PA November 2011. 

“Managing Complexity: Beginnings of a research model for business educators to update simulation pedagogy,” co-presented at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2011 Conference, State College, PA, October 2011. 

Highlights of the Business Administration, Accounting, and Applied Computer Science Programs, presented at the LHU Council of Trustees Meeting, Lock Haven, PA, September 2011. 

“Entrepreneurship: Redefining Workforce Development,” co-presented at the 2011 Workforce Investment Board Symposium, State College, PA, August 2011. 

“The Haven Entrepreneurial Leadership Center,” presented at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Economic Development Meeting, Kutztown, PA, November, 2010. 

“Just Short Of Chaos: Simulating Complexity in the Classroom to Spur Innovative Thinking,”  co-presented at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics, and Technology 2010 Conference, State College, PA, October 2010.

“Student Engagement in the Classroom.” Panel presentation at Lock Haven University’s University Days, Lock Haven, PA, August 2010. 

“Entrepreneurial Leadership Center Grant,” presented at the Clinton County Economic Partnership Meeting, Lock Haven, PA, January 2010. 

Areas of Expertise:  Strategic planning,experiential learning, assessment and student learning outcomes, and accountability.

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