In my philosophy, teaching is not only a process of sharing knowledge but also inspiring. Therefore, my primary teaching objectives are 1) extending students’ information sources, and 2) improving students’ critical thinking. The first objective can be thought of as teaching a student to fish rather than handing him a fish. The second objective teaches students how to cook their fish well. In the classroom, I encourage my students to find interesting topics within textbook chapters, to take the initiative to search for more information on their own, and to discuss interesting topics with other students. 

 

 

 

Teaching & Evaluation

–    Seminar in International Management, 2016, Murray State University. (4.8/5.0)

–    Fundamentals of Management, 2016, Murray State University. (4.2/5.0)

–    International Management, 2016, Murray State University.  (Evaluation not available for Winter Semester)

–    International Management, 2015, Murray State University. (Evaluation: 4.5/5.0)

–    Organizational Behavior, 2015, Murray State University (Evaluation: 4.7/5.0)

–    Fundamentals of Management, 2015, Murray State University. (Evaluation: 4.5/5.0)

–    Fundamentals of Management, 2014, Murray State University. (Evaluation: 4.1/5.0)

–    International Management, 2014, Murray State University. (Evaluation: 4.0/5.0)

–    Principles of management & Organizational Behavior, 2013, Texas A&M International University. (Evaluation not available for Summer Semester)

–    Industrial Relations, 2013, Texas A&M International University. (Evaluation: 4.5/5.0)

 

Teaching interest:
–   Organizational Behavior / Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior
 –   International Business / International Management
–   Human Resource / Industrial Relations
–   Strategic Management/ International Strategic Management
–   Leadership / Cross-Cultural Leadership

 

 

 

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