St John’s University
Columbia, University, Teachers College
Long Island University, CW Post
I am an adjunct business and marketing instructor and a tutor of many subjects. I teach business, marketing, business ethics, business communications, advertising, and management at the college and university levels. The subjects that I tutor, are the same ones I teach (management, business, marketing, business ethics, advertising, etc) plus I also French, BIble Studies, History, English, ESL, Sociology, Psychology, Ethics, Earth/Environmental Sciences, College Counseling, Basic Nutrition and Health, basic Italian. I have four masters degrees and just completed my PhD in Management.
I hold four master's degrees and I have my PhD in Management where I conducted a quantitative study. I enjoy teaching immensely and I am truly blessed when I see the growth of knowledge, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation skills that my students acquire upon taking my courses or tutoring sessions. I accommodate all learning styles. Now that I have my Phd I hope to increase my research and publications.
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I am both an in campus and online business instructor and tutor. Thes subjects i teach are described above in the discipline section (marketing, management, advertising, etc). The subjects I tutor, mentioned in the first section are the same ones I teach (management, business, marketing, business ethics, advertising, etc) plus I also French, BIble Studies, History, English, ESL, Sociology, Psychology, Ethics, College Counseling, Basic Nutrition and Health, basic italian. I have four masters degrees and I have my PhD in Management. My current work is my dissertation I just completed when I received my PhD and the topic is STEM careers and the relationship for females between STEM classes, female STEM role models and career choices and salaries.
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I completed my dissertation which is a quantitative study examining the relationship between the number of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) classes and female role models that females in four to six schools in a localised area take and their career choices and salaries. This is a stratified random sample of alumnae at these chosen schools born after 1980. The hypothesis is that the more STEM classes taken in high school and college and the more STEM female role models they had, the more likely they will choose a STEM career and receive a higher salary. The data collection method is an online survey and data analysis is analysis of variance (ANOVA) and linear regression. My results showed that there was a significant relationship between the number of STEM classes, career choices and salaries but not role models because of the small sample size. It has been published in Proquest
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many colleges in Long Island
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