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Eric Landis

Assistant Professor of Management

Eric Landis

Assistant Professor of Management
BIOGRAPHY:

Education:

B.A., University of Alabama

M.S., University of Alabama

D.M., University of Phoenix

 

 

Dr. Landis earned his doctoral degree in Management from the University of Phoenix.  He earned his BA and MA in Communications at University of Alabama. While at Cumberland he has served as President of the Faculty Senate and was awarded the Teacher of the Year in 1998.
 
He has owned and operated several businesses, including a talent agency. He managed businesses as diverse as software education, a technology college and a restaurant.
 

Dr. Landis is an accomplished musician and performer.

Awards

* Teacher of the Year-Cumberland University-1998  

Activities

* Faculty Senate President-2000

* Faculty senate representative-Cumberland University-1999

* Alpha Chi Honorary Society Co-Sponsor-Cumberland University1999-present

* Student Retention Committee-Cumberland University 1999-2009

* Student Recruiting Specialist-Cumberland University 2001-2005

* Safety Committee-Cumberland University 1999

* Campus Radio Station Co-Sponsor-Cumberland University 2000-2004  

Publishing

Journal of Management Policy and Practice Vol 12(3) 2011 “21st century Leadership Issues as They Pertain to a Small Liberal Arts University”

Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice November issue Vol 12(5)  2012 “Do students achieve higher grades when working together in learning teams than when working through individualized study efforts?”

Journal of Leadership Accountability and Ethics October issue 2013 “Philosophy of Knowledge as Applied  to Learning and Leadership”

Franklin Publishing Company September 19, 2013 Business and Law section “The Public’s Attitude Toward Legal Services Advertising.

University of Phoenix Dissertation Abstracts “Do students achieve higher grades when working together in learning teams than when working through individualized study efforts?”