GSU Faculty Publications

Bunch, K. J. (In press). Promoting Critical Thinking Skills through an Organizationally Sensible Employment Law Course. Proceedings of Southern Management Association 2009 Meeting. Asheville, NC.

Bunch, K. J. (2009). Assessing Critical Thinking Using Employment Law Cases to Develop Situational Judgment Tests. Proceedings of OBTC 2009: Teaching Conference for Management Educators. Charleston, SC.

Bunch, K. J. (Fall, 2008). The Role of Vignettes in Teaching HR Law to Undergraduates. Western Journal of Human Resource Management. 23-29.

Dabney D.A., Green L., and Topalli, V. (2006). Freshman learning communities in criminologyband criminal justice: An effective tool for enhancing student recruitment and learning outcomes. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 17:1, 44-68.

Gaillet, Lynée. “Creating Opportunities for Student Publishing.” Advanced Composition: Principles and Practices. Eds. Margaret Strain and James Boehnlein. Forthcoming Hampton Press.

Gaillet, Lynée. “Addressing the Sociocultural-Socioeconomic Dimensions of Graduate Writing Instruction Amidst the ‘Crisis in Academic Publishing’.” Issues in Writing 15.2. 2005: 164-187.

Gaillet, Lynée. “Writing in the Disciplines: American’s Assimilation of the work of Scottish ‘Pedagogic’ George Jardine.” WAC Journal. July 2009.

Gibler, Karen M. “Applying Writing Across the Curriculum to a Real Estate Investment Course.” Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education 4 (2001): 41-53.

Stewart, T. L., Myers, A. C., & Culley, M. R. Enhanced learning and retention through “writing to learn” in the psychology classroom. Teaching of Psychology.

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Mastering Online Teaching (Sprin... @ ONLINE via iCollege
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Mastering Online Teaching (Spring 2017 – Atlanta Faculty) @ ONLINE via iCollege
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GSU’s 2017 Conference on Scholarly Teaching: Merging Communities @ Georgia State University Student Center- Senate Salon
  On May 12, 2017, the Georgia State University’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning will host a free, interdisciplinary Conference on Scholarly Teaching. GSU’s Conference on Scholarly Teaching focuses on pedagogical techniques, hybrid… more »
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10:00 am Documenting your teaching effect... @ Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Documenting your teaching effect... @ Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
May 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Documenting your teaching effectiveness @ Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
We are evaluated on our teaching but sometimes it is difficult to demonstrate your effectiveness as an instructor. This workshop will cover tips and strategies for documenting your impact as an instructor beyond the course… more »

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