Instructor - Management
Office : BA 309
Phone : 903.886.5701
E-mail : Kendra.Ingram@tamuc.edu
- PhD, Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University - Commerce
- MBA, Texas A&M University - Commerce
- BBA, Texas A&M University - Commerce
|August, 2003 - Present||Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas Instructor of Management, Department of Marketing & Management
Courses taught: Organizational Behavior (305), Marketing (306), Human Resource Management (394), Professional Selling (367), Management Dynamics (348), Purchasing & Supply Management (441), Labor/Management Relations (453), Entrepreneurial Strategy (308), Freshman Success (CBT 111), Marketing Environment (MKT 501), Organizations & Operations (MGT 501)
|August, 2002 - August, 2003||Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas Ad Interim Lecturer, Department of Marketing & Management
Courses taught: Organizational Behavior, Marketing, and Human Resource Management
|July, 2002 - August, 2002||Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas Adjunct Instructor, Department of Marketing & Management
Course taught: Professional Selling & Sales Management
|August, 2002 -May, 2002||Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TexasGraduate Assistant, Department of Marketing and Management
Assist instructor with class preparation, substitute lecturer as needed, grade and record assignments, prepare course presentations, perform research, maintain attendance records, contribute to preparation and distribution of lesson plans and examinations, and assist students with specific questions relating to the course(s).
- Gender Roles in the Distribution of Labor
PUBLICATIONS:Wimsatt, A., Sadler, T., Ingram, K. (2007). Creativity in online courses: Perceptions of
MBA student. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 3(4).
Humphreys, J., Ingram, K., Kernek, C., & Sadler, T. (2007). The Nez-Perce leadership
council: A historical examination of postindustrial leadership. Journal of Management History, 13(2): 135-152.
- Selected Outstanding Article for 2007 by Journal of Management History.
- Selected Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2008.
pedagogies: What happens to your course evaluations? Marketing Education Review, 16(3).
Cereijo, M., Myers, C., Russ-Kernek, C., Ingram, K. (2007) An Evaluation of
Communication and Other Factors in the Corporate E-Learning Environment.
Presenter, Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators Federated Business
Disciplines Annual Conference, San Diego, California, March 2007.
Wimsatt, A., Ingram, K., Milward, M., Russ, C. (2005) On different teaching pedagogies:
What happens to your course evaluations? Presenter, American Marketing
Association Winter Educators'€™ Conference,i San Antonio, Texas, February 2005.
Attendee, Federation of Business Disciplines: Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators, Dallas, Texas, March 2005.
Myers, C., Ingram, K., Russ, C. (2004) Understanding advertising mediums and Internet
expertise. Presenter, Southwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting,
Orlando, Florida, March 2004.
Ingram, K., (2003) Customer satisfaction: integration of marketing and management.
Presenter, Southwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, March, 2003.
Carraher, S., Buckley, M.R., Scott, C., Parnell, J.A., Carraher, C.E., Ingram, K.,
Madatiparambil, A., & Bhatia, M. (2002) Service biodata in a global
entrepreneurial information services organization. Proceedings of the 2002
Southwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting.