Pamela Sherer

Professor

Contact Information:

psherer@providence.edu

401.865.2036

Ryan Center for Business Studies 267

Education:

Ph.D. - Management/Organizational Studies; University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Management

Area(s) of Expertise:

Organizational Development and Change, Workplace Diversity, Faculty Development, Pedagogy and Learning, Undergraduate Research

Awards and Honors:

The 2011 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. Awarded at the 2011 Commencement. Carthage College

Invited Participant American Association of Higher Education Research Forum 2000

The John McMahon, O.P. Award for Exemplary Service and Dedication to the Providence College Community Providence College

The Providence College Nominee for - The 21st Century Academic Workshop for Exemplary Teachers - an AAHE Forum Providence College

Selected Publications:

Fisher, F. McNett, J. Sherer, P. (2012) Religion in the Workplace. In C. Harvey and J. Allard (Ed.), Understanding Diversity: Readings, Cases and Exercises 5th edition. Pearson Prentice Hall

Shea, T. Sherer, P. Quilling, R. Blewett, C. (2011) Managing Global Virtual Teams Across Classrooms, Students and Faculty. Journal Of Teaching In International Business.(22), 300-313.

Sherer, P. Shea, T. (2011) Using Online Video to Support Student Learning and Engagement: An Assignment Example. College Teaching.(59), 56-60.

Sherer, P. (2009) Diversity Challenges in Tomorrow's Organizations. In C. Harvey and J. Allard (Ed.), Understanding Diversity: Readings, Cases and Exercises 4th edition. Pearson Prentice Hall

Selected Presentations:

Shea, T. Sherer, P. Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching. , Washington, D.C. - "Making PowerPoint Relevant Again Through Storytelling" June, 2012

Sherer, P. Shea, T. . New England Faculty Development Consortium (NEFDC) Annual Conference, Worcester, MA - "Incorporating Twitter in Course Learning Activities" November, 2010

Sherer, P. Shea, T. Quilling, R. Blewett, C. Advances in Business Education and Training: Crossing Borders in Education and Work-Based Learning. 17th Annual Edineb (Educational Innovation in Economics and Business), London - "Twitter as an Emerging Technology for Business School Students: Learning and Engagement in a Cross Cultural Environment" June, 2010

Sherer, P. Shea, T. . New England Faculty Development Consortium (NEFDC) Annual Conference, Worcester, MA - "Teaching Tips for Incorporating Student Reflection into Assignments Using YouTube" November, 2009

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