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Dr. Margaret Britt
(740) 392-6868 Ext. 4758
- B.A. Elementary Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1972
- B.S. Business Administration, Boston University, 1979
- Ed. M. Human Resource Education, Boston University, 1990
- D.B.A. Human Resource Management, Nova Southeastern University, 2002
- Professor of Human Resource Management, MVNU, 2007
- M.B.A. Program Coordinator (2005-2006) & Associate Professor, SEU, 2005-2007
- Associate Professor, MVNU, 2003-2005
- Assistant Professor, ENC, Quincy, MA 2000-2003
- Instructor, ENC, Quincy, MA 1998-2000
- Adjunct Instructor, ENC, Quincy, MA 1994-1998
- Teacher, Holden Christian Academy, 1997-1998
- Automated Office Systems Instructor, Mass. Job Training, Worcester, MA 1995-1997
- Consultant, Pegasus Communications, Cambridge, MA 1994
- Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, MA 1974-1994, Finance Education Manager, Senior Financial Analyst, Credit Manager, International Internal Auditor, International Trainer/Consultant
- Substitute Teacher - 20 towns in Massachusetts, 1973
- Office Clerk - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1972
Awards and Recognition
- Society of Human Resource Management
- Academy of Management
- Christian Business Faculty Association
Published Works & Presentations
- May 21, 2011 - Mount Vernon Nazarene University Presidentís Award for Excellence in Teaching for the Graduate & Professional Studies Programs - I was selected from the faculty members as the Graduate and Professional Studies faculty member who received the 2011 Presidentís Award for Excellence in Teaching for the May, 2011 Spring Commencement.
- January, 2010 - African Advisory Board - Franklin Publishing Company, Arlington, Texas - I was selected as an Advisory Director for four African journals that this company publishes. They are listed in Cabellís Directories.
- March, 2009 - Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Virtues in Leadership - Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. My work entails writing reviews for articles submitted for publication.
- February, 2009 American Society of Business & Behavior Sciences Conference - February 26-28, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada - I was a co-author with Dr. Mark Shoaf of a paper entitled, Leadership and Mentoring: How Different Are They? Dr. Shoaf presented the paper. We were awarded the best paper for the Leadership Track.
- February, 2008 Advisory Director for Business Academic Journals and Books, Franklin Publishing Company, Arlington, Texas - I was selected as a faculty member from across the globe to perform peer reviews for papers for the academic business journals that Franklin Publishing Company publishes for academia. The journals are listed in Cabellís Directories.
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- Published in Refereed Journal or Book:
- June, 2011 Leadership and Organizational Management Journal, volume 2011, issue 2 - Co-author with Kathy Howell, M.B.A. and Matthew Mallory, M.S.M. of an article entitled, The Changing Role of Human Resources in a Post-Recession Era.
- December, 2010 College Student Journal, volume 44, issue 4 - Co-author with Drs. Stephen McClellan, P. Haan, T. Parks, of a paper entitled, Business Studentsí Perceptions of Course Evaluations.
- Fall, 2010 Journal of Applied Marketing Theory, 2010, volume 1 issue 1 - Co-author with Drs. A. Weinstein, P. Haan, and J. Balloun of a paper entitled, How Arrogant are Sales and Marketing Professionals: Business Studentsí Perceptions.
- December, 2009 Leadership and Organizational Management Journal, volume 2009, issue 4 - Author of a paper entitled, Talent Management and Recessions.
- November, 2009 Leadership and Organizational Management Journal, volume 2009, issue 3 - Co-author with Drs. Mark Shoaf and T. Parks of a paper entitled, Leadership and Mentoring: How Different Are They?
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Romans 8:28 - And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God and are called according to His purposes.
Past jobs and/or current hobbies unrelated to your profession:
Exercising, swimming, cooking, playing the piano, and listening to classical music.