Professor, Faculty Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning — Agriculture, Center for Teaching and Learning, and Engineering & Technology
Technology Management Graduate Students
Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management - Specialization: Human Resource Development and Industrial Training
Master of Science in Industrial Management
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Major: Human Resource Management and Management
I want to foster a positive and respectful learning environment for students. While teaching, I try to encourage students to view themselves as scholars and active citizens. I support student success by setting clear yet high expectations, encouraging self-efficacy, and providing quick and positive feedback. I partner with the student for learning.
I was in a Master's degree program when a faculty member approached me and asked if I had ever considered teaching. I had never considered it. He asked me to teach a lesson. After teaching the lesson; I knew that this is what I should be doing. I loved every aspect of the teaching process. I asked how to become a college professor and pursued the career. I still love it today.
Scott, S. & McMurry, B. (2016) Success of team problem solving constructed with problem solving approach. Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering.
Scott, S. & McMurry, B. (2015) Meeting the challenges of technical communication for the future workforce. Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering White Papers.
Doggett, M., McGee, P., & Scott, S. (2013). Technology management competencies. Technology Interface International Journal 14(1). 72-79.
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