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 Matthew Cole
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Matthew Cole

Education

Doctorate, 2008, Wayne State University, Cognitive and Social Psychology Across the Lifespan, Advisor: Dr. Ty Partridge.

Master of Arts, 2002, Wayne State University, Biopsychology (minor Pharmaceutical Sciences), Advisor: Dr. Alice M. Young.

Master of Science, 1999, Eastern Michigan University, Clinical Behavioral Psychology, Advisor:  Dr. Marilyn K. Bonem.

Bachelor of Science, 1997, Eastern Michigan University, Psychology.

Bachelor of Music, 1985, Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve.


Research Interests

  • Biostatistics, Statistical Models in Business, Survey Design, and Research Methodology
  • The Neuroscience of Mindfulness and Strategic Thinking
  • The Science of Teams and Teamwork
  • SOAR (Strengths, Opportunities, Aspirations, Results), The Science of SOAR-Based Capacity, SOAR-Based Coaching

Courses

Undergraduate:

MGT 2203: Principles of Management

PSY 3313: Industrial Psychology

HRM 3023: Human Resource Management

HRM 4023: Organization Development and Change Management

Graduate:

MBA 5013: Business Application of Statistical Analysis

MBA 6013: Human Resource Management

MGT 6143: Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management

Honors and Awards

2015, Mary E. and Richard E. Marburger Distinguished Achievement Award, “Faculty of the Year”.

2011, Dean's Award For Academic Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences. 

2008, Graduate Council Best Dissertation Award “Social Sciences” 2006-2008, Wayne State University.

2008, Dean’s Award For Teaching Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences. 

2005, Heberlien Award For Teaching Excellence, WSU, Department of Psychology. 

2002, NIH Individual Predoctoral National Research Service Award. 

1999, Graduate Dean’s Award for Research Excellence, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan. 

1999, ABA Student Committee Paper Contest Winner, Association for Behavior Analysis, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 


Selected Dissertation Committee Work

Committee Chair, DBA Program, Lawrence Tech

Shenaq, R. (Expected defense, Spring 2020). The effects of leader emotional intelligence on employee engagement and employee retention.

Ripper, M. (Expected defense, Spring 2020).
A multiple case study exploration of resilience and workplace behaviors in a sample of LGBTQ employees who disclose their sexual identity.

Sofia, J. (Expected defense, Fall 2019). A quantitative investigation of the impact of emotional intelligence and SOAR-based capacity of leaders on employee retention.

Atkinson, C. (Defended, Spring 2019). How do user innovation, user co-creation, and technology development impact the new product ecosystem: A mixed methods multiple-case study.

Pavlik, S. (Defended, Spring 2019). The effect of SOAR and 360-degree feedback on team performance in University students working in teams.

LeRoy, L. (Defended, Fall 2017). A multiple-case study design to explore how leadership style and leader integrity impact the ethical behavior of subordinate investment advisers.

Storey, G. (Defended, Spring 2017). An empirical analysis of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy adoption in organizations.

Schnellbacher, E. J. (Defended, Spring 2017). New product development: The role of best practices and SOAR in predicting new product success.

Lange, T. (Defended, Spring 2016). The role of relationship marketing and SOAR in University recruiting and retention.

Cox, J. (Defended, May 2014). An evaluation of the relationship among emotional intelligence, SOAR, and collaboration: Implications for teams.

 

Committee Member, DBA Program, Lawrence Tech

Tate, M. (Expected defense, Spring 2020). An investigation of the impact of global reporting initiative 413 compliance on company performance. Chair: T. Marx.

Stone, E. (Expected defense, Fall 2019). A multiple-case study design to explore the relationship between mentoring and advancement in women leaders. Chair: J. Stavros. 

Thibideau, M. (2019). The impacts of customer power on preferred customer status: Winning supplier resources in the North American automotive parts industry. Chair: T. Marx. 

Ayoub Ghanem, K. (2018). A quantitative investigation of the relationship among accountability, moral competence, and ethical leadership in senior and middle managers. Chair: P. Castelli.

Harris, M. (2018). A qualitative study of socially-motivated small businesses in urban areas. Chair: R. Bush.

AL-Jabari, B. (2017). Investigation of the effects of employee engagement and affective commitment on retention. Chair: J. Stavros

Alawdah, A. (2017). An exploratory study of smart city initiatives: Theory, practice, and linkage to sustainability. Chair: A. McCord.

Kuehn, L. (2016). Appreciative analytics: An exploration of appreciative inquiry's potential to increase the influence of analytics on strategic decision making. Chair: J. Stavros.

Alsaad, A. (2016). Investigating the effects of employee engagement on employee career commitment in the manufacturing industry. Chair: T. Marx.

DeVries, V. (2016). A mixed methods study on the relationship among strategic human resource practices, SOAR, and affective commitment in the federal workplace. Chair: J. Stavros.

Dishman, L. (2016). An investigation of five year of HCAHPS data: Finding the associations among patient experience, revenue cycle management, and financial performance of U.S. hospitals. Chair: J. Stavros.

Li, Y. (2016). The impact of leadership behavior on employee engagement. Chair: P. Castelli.

 

Selected Publications

Articles and Book Chapters (peer-reviewed)

Cole, M. L., & Stavros, J. M. (2019). SOAR: A framework to build positive psychological capacity in strategic thinking, planning, and leading. In L. E. Van Zyl and S. Rothmann Sr. (eds.), Theoretical approaches to multi-cultural positive psychological interventions (pp. 505–521). Switzerland: Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20583-6_23


Cole, M. L.
, , Cox, J., & Stavros, J. M. (2018). SOAR as a Mediator of the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Collaboration among Professionals Working in Teams: Implications for Entrepreneurial Teams. SAGE Open, 8(2). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244018779109.

Cole, M. L., Stavros, J. M., & Herath, M. (2018). Lawrence Technological University ‘Leaders in the Making’: An Effective Leader is a Learning Leader. AI Practitioner: International Journal of Appreciative Inquiry, 20(2), 91-98.

Cole, M. L., , Cox, J. D., & Stavros, J. M. (2016). Building collaboration in teams through emotional intelligence: Mediation by SOAR. Journal of Management & Organization, 1-21. doi:10.1017/jmo.2016.43.

Cole, M. L., & Stavros, J. M. (2016). Relationship among emotional intelligence, SOAR, and team-based collaboration: Implications for a strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and results (SOAR) based approach to coaching psychology. In L. E. van Zyl, A. Odendaal, & M. W. Stander (Eds.), Meta-theoretical perspectives and applications for multi-cultural contexts of coaching psychology (pp. 257-278). New York, NY: Springer International Publishing.

Stavros, J. M., & Cole, M. L. (2015). Promoting diversity in teams through an inclusive approach that builds strategic thinking capacity. In L. M. Roberts, L. Wooten, & M. Davidson (Eds.), Positive organizing in a global society: Understanding and engaging differences for capacity-building and inclusion (pp. 202-207). London, UK: Taylor and Francis.

Glovis, M., Cole, M. L., & Stavros, J. M. (2014). SOAR and motivation as mediators of the relationship between Flow and project success. Organization Development Journal, 32(3), 57-73.

Stavros, J. M., Cole, M. L., & Hitchcock, J. (August 2014). Basic and applied research on SOAR—taking SOAR beyond its original purpose of strategic thinking and planning applications. AI Practitioner: International Journal of Appreciative Inquiry, 16(3), 72-77.

Chung, C. J., Cartwright, C., & Cole, M. L. (2014). Assessing the impact of an autonomous robotics competition for STEM education. Journal of STEM Education, 15(2), 24-34.

Kohnke, A., Cole, M. L.,  & Bush, R. (2014). Incorporating UTAUT predictors for understanding home care patients' and clinicians' acceptance of healthcare telemedicine equipment. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 9(2), 29-41.

Munevar, G., Cole, M. L., Ye, Y., Yang, Y., & Haccke, M. (2014). fMRI study of self vs. others’ attributions of traits consistent with evolutionary understanding of the self. Neuroscience Discovery, 2(3), 1-7.

Gatling, A. R., Castelli, P. A., & Cole, M. L. (2013). Authentic leadership: The role of self-awareness in promoting coaching effectiveness. Asia-Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation, 9(4), 337-347.

Stavros, J. M., & Cole, M. L. (2013). SOARing towards positive transformation and change. The ABAC ODI Visions.Action.Outcome., 1(1), 10-34.

Beal, L. B., Stavros, J. M., & Cole, M. L. (2013). Impact of psychological capital and resistance to change on organisational citizenship behaviour. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, Special edition on Positive Organisational Behaviour, 39(2), 1-11.

Plowright, P. D., & Cole, M. (2012). Bringing structure to judging success in architectural design: The 'TIOSE' qualitative measure. Archnet-IJAR, International Journal of Architectural Research, 6(3), 7-19.

Konyu-Fogel, G., & Cole, M. (2011). Analyzing the effects of demographic and organizational factors on global mindset of business leaders: An empirical multi-industry study from five continents. The Journal of International Business Research and Practice, 5,4-35.

Sprangel, J., Stavros, J., & Cole, M. (2011). Creating sustainable relationships using the strengths, opportunities, aspirations and results framework, trust, and environmentalism: A research-based case study. International Journal of Training and Development: Special Issue on Organization Development, 15(1), 39-57.

Pendleton, S. M., Stanton, B., Cottrell, L. A., Marshall, S., Pack, R., Burns, J., Gibson, C., Wu, Y., Li, X., & Cole, M. (2007). Teens in the twenty-first century still prefer people over machines: Importance of intervention delivery style in adolescent HIV/STD prevention. Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children & Youth, 8, 95-115.

Cole, M., Stanton, B., Devieaux, L., Harris, C., Lunn, S., Cottrell, L., Clemens, R., Li, X., Marshall, S., & Baine, R. M. (2007). Latent class analysis of risk behaviors among bahamian youth: Relationship between values prioritization and latent class. Social Behavior and Personality, 35, 1061-1076.

Stanton, B., Cole, M., Li, X., Kaljee, L., Galbraith, J., Cottrell, L., & Harris, C. (2007). Prevention and risk reduction among adolescents: A 16 year community-research partnership. In T. C. Rhodes (Ed.), Focus on adolescent behavior research. New York: Nova Publishers.

Kaljee, L, Genberg, B., Riel, R., Cole, M., Huu Tho, L., Thi Kim Thoa, L., Stanton, B., Li, X., & Tan Minh, T. (2005). Effectiveness of a theory-based risk-reduction HIV prevention program for rural Vietnamese adolescents. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17(3),185-199.

Wu, Y., Stanton, B., Li, X., Galbraith, J., & Cole, M. (2005). Protection motivation theory and adolescent drug trafficking: Relationship between health motivation and longitudinal risk involvement. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30, 127-137.

Stanton, B., Cole, M., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004). Randomized trial of a parent intervention: Parents can make a difference in long-term adolescent risk behaviors, perceptions and knowledge. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158, 947-955.

Chen, X., Li, X., Stanton, B., Fang, X., Lin, D., Cole, M., Liu, H., & Yang, H. (2004). Cigarette Smoking Among Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Beijing, China. Preventive Medicine, 39, 666-673.

Cole, M. L., & Bonem, M. K. (2000). The A-B-C’s of smoking cessation: Using behavioral strategies to help undergraduates stop smoking. The Behavior Analyst Today, 1(4), 89-101. 

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Conference Presentations and Proceedings (peer-reviewed)

Pavlik, S. M., Cole, M. L., Stavros, J. M., & Cox, J. D. (2019, August).The positive of effect of 360-feedback and SOAR on team performance in students working in teams. Paper session in the Organization Development and Change Division at the Academy of Management. Boston, MA: 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Atkinson, C., Cole, M., Raghavan, S., & Cox, J. (2019, April). A multiple-case study design to explore how user innovation, artificial intelligence, user co-creation, and technology development influence the new product ecosystem. Paper session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2019, Southfield, MI.

Bell-Huff, C., Morano, H., & Cole, M. (2018, April). Longitudinal assessment of mindset development in an entrepreneurial engineering curriculum sequence. Paper session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2018, Southfield, MI.

Cole, M., Singh, M., Workings, M., Roth, T., & Gundala, R. (2017, April). The effect of sleep on MLB players playing at home and playing away. Poster session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2017, Southfield, MI.

Cole, M., Stavros, J. M., & Zerilli, M. (2017, April). The SOAR Profile (TSP) 2.0: A rapid assessment tool to help individuals and teams build strategic capacity. Poster session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2017, Southfield, MI.

Stavros, J. M., & Cole, M. L. (2016, August). A new wave of OD innovation? Fertile soil at the nexus of dialogic OD and positive social science. A new wave of OD innovation? Professional Development Workship (PDW) for the Organization Development and Change division and the Practice Theme Committee presented at the Academy of Management 2016 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Cox, J. & Cole, M. L. (2016, August). Emotional intelligence and collaboration: Implications for teams. Paper session in the Organization Development and Change division presented at the Academy of Management 2016 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Khan, A., Cole, M. L., & Stavros, J. M. (2016, April). Appreciative inquiry: An operating system for SOAR. Poster session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2016, Southfield, MI.

Cole, M. L., Cox, J., & Stavros, J. M. (2015, August). Building collaboration in virtual teams through emotional intelligence: Mediation by SOAR. Paper session in the Organization Development and Change division presented at the Academy of Management 2015 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Carpenter, D. D., Sutkus, J., Finelli, C. J., Harding, T. S., Harris, R., & Cole, M. L. (2015, June). Assessing the ethical development of students in an undergraduate civil engineering course using a standardized instrument. Paper presented at the 122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, WA.

Zhou, C., & Cole, M. L. (2014, November). Relationship between student learning achievement and learning attitude in introductory physics. Poster session presented at Lilly International Conference on College Teaching, 34th Annual Conference "Evidence-Based Learning and Teaching", Miami University, Oxford, OH.

Miklovich, P., Stavros, J.M., Cole, M.L., & Lindman, G. (2014, May). Stakeholders’ perception of legitimacy on the organizational sustainability, strategy of federally qualified health centers. Poster session presented at the 5th Annual Patient Experience Summit: Transforming Health Care through Empathy and Innovation, May 18-21, 2014, Cleveland, OH.

Gurjack, D. J., & Cole, M. L. (2013, August). Latent class analysis of entrepreneurial reframing: Effect of latent class on innovation and success. Academy of Management Proceedings 2013, Research Methods.

Cole, M. L., & Stavros, J. M. (2013, March). Creation of the SOAR Profile: An innovative tool to evaluate strategic thinking capacity. Poster session presented at Lawrence Tech Research Day 2013, Southfield, MI.

Munevar, G., Cole, M., Ye, Y., Yang, Y., & Haccke, M. (2012, March). fMRI study of self vs. others’ attributions of traits consistent with evolutionary understanding of the self. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Chicago, Illinois.

Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2010). The importance of teaching presence in online and hybrid classrooms. Proceedings of the Academy of Educational Leadership, 15(1), 7-13.

Mitchell, S.A. , Bevans, M., Wehrlen, M., Cole, M., Silverman, L., Prachenko, O., Koklanaris, E., Prince, P., Cook, L., Shelburne, N., Krumlauf, M., Blacklock-Shuver, C., Stewart, D., Fowler, D., Barrett, A. J., & Wallen, G. (2010, April). Symptom Profiles in Survivors of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (aHSCT). Paper presented at the 31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Seattle, Washington.

Cole, M. L. (2008, September). Using canvas in an Online Course: Examples from an Introductory Psychology Course. Breakout session paper presented at The Educational Technology Organization of Michigan 2008 Fall Conference. Southfield, Michigan.

Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008, May). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. Paper presented at Hawaii International Conference on Business. Honolulu, Hawaii.

Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008, April). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. SoTAL Educational Research, Poster Session Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Lawrence Tech, Southfield, Michigan.

Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Summers, Y., Kaljee, L., & Feigelman, S. (2005, April). Positive relationship among adolescents between self-efficacy, sexual negotiation skills and protective sexual behaviors. Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004, April). Intervention trial finds parents affect long-term youth risk behaviors, perceptions, and knowledge. Poster presented at Promoting the Well-Being of Children and Youth in Urban America, Detroit, Michigan.

Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2002, June). Conditional control of lithium chloride-induced taste aversion by naltrexone in rats treated with acute doses of morphine. Poster presented at College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Quebec City, Canada.

Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2001, May). Discriminative stimulus effects of acute morphine dependence in a discriminated taste aversion assay: Preliminary results. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Michigan Chapter, East Lansing, Michigan.

Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999, May). Smoking cessation through functional analysis. Symposium paper presented at Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999, May). Self-reporting functional relations between substance use and environmental events. Paper presented at Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

Grants

Grants Awarded

National Science Foundation (NSF). “MRI: Acquisition of Eye Tracking Equipment to Support Behavioral Research at LTU” Franco Delogu (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), Jonngsub Kim (Co-P.I.), Eric Myer (Co-P.I.), Dongwoo Yeom (Co-P.I.), 2019–2020, $72,142.

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. "Creating the design for a creative placemaking installation in Detroit: SOARing to resiliency." Joongsub Kim, Matthew Cole, Jacqueline Stavros (P.I.s), 2015-2016, $5,000.

Coleman Foundation Mini-Grant. "Entrepreneurial Education in MBA5013, Business Application of Statistical Analysis". Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2015, $3,100.

National Science Foundation (NSF). “Renovation of Lawrence Tech’s Next-Generation Life Science Research Facility.” Hsiao-Ping Moore (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), Julie Zweisler-Vollick(Co-P.I.), Jeff Morrissette (Co-P.I.), Shannon Timmons (Co-P.I.), 2010–2012, $1,361,832.

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “Subjective Effects of Acute and Chronic Ethanol Dependence in Rats.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2011-2012, $3,000.

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “An fMRI Study of Self-Knowledge Structures in the Brain.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2010-2011, $3,000.

Economic Development Administration (EDA). “Feasibility Study  for a Collaborative-Based Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CCIE).” Mark Brucki (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Research Manager), 2009-2011, $146,000.

The Skillman Foundation. “The Osborn Entrepreneur and Microenterprise Development Program.” Robert Inskeep (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Project Evaluator), 2008-2010, $257,260.

The Southfield Community Foundation. “Building Your Own PC: A Program to Develop Parent-Child Relationships at Hope United Methodist Church” Rev. Leon Johnson (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-PI), 2008-2010, $3, 750.

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Grants Submitted (Selected)

American Center for Mobility (ACM). “Workforce Development Study: Mobility Industry Skills Survey.” Selin Arslan (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.) Franco Delogu (Co-P.I.), Elin Jensen (Co-P.I.), Jacqueline Stavros (Co-P.I.), 2019, $69,000.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Department of Commerce. “Improving Citizen Involvement in Climate Literacy and Education (ICICLE).” Julie Zweisler-Vollick (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I., Project Evaluator), 2013, $600,000.

National Science Foundation (NSF 11-525, ITEST). “I’M A STAR, Innovative Math and Science Learning Through Autonomous Robotics.” C. J. Chung (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Internal Evaluator), 2011, $1,350,000.

National Institutes of Health (NIH). “An fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 
2009,
$477,000.

National Institutes of Health (NIH). “The Neural Correlates of Consciousness.” Gonzalo Munevar (P.I.), Matthew Cole (CoP.I.), 2009, $775,000.

National Science Foundation (NSF). “From LEGO to Nano: “Top-Down” Approach for Undergraduate Nanotechnology Education.” Dean Aslam, Lixin Dong (Co-P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2009, $1,500,000.

The Edward Lifesciences Fund. “Development and Evaluation of a Computer Game for the Prevention of Childhood Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2008, $55,000.

National Science Foundation (NSF). “Design Course in Nano-Technology Using Robotic Probes and Van de Graaff Generators.” Dean Aslam (P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2008, $1,500,000.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A Neuroimaging Investigation of Gamblers Playing a Video Betting Paradigm.”Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients and Pathological Gamblers.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

National Institutes of Health (NIH). “Development and Validation of a Computer Game to Assess Pediatric Energy Balance.” Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $546,282.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “Relationship between Perceptions of Objective Attributes of the Environment and Physical Activity.” Joon Kim (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

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Reviewer/Editorial Work

Manuscripts

Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 2009-2015, Fred Ashbury, Editor.

SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 2013-2015, Llewellyn van Zyl, Associate Editor.

Journal of STEM Education, 2012-2015, P.K. Raju, Editor.

European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2010-2015, Alexander Molassiotis, Editor.

Journal of Leadership Studies, 2013, M. Ludorf, Senior Editor.

Health Psychology, 2004, Seth Kalichman, Editor.

 

Editorial Board Member

 Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2012.

SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 2015.

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Impact and Works Cited

Work Cited in Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Google Scholar: 2019, 254 citations of 17 articles by Cole ML. h-index = 7, i10-index = 7.
  • ResearchGate: 2019, RG Score = 20.77, Percentile = 72.5%, 9,140 Reads, 565 Citations

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Institutional Service

  • 2017-Ongoing, University Assessment Committee, Chair.
  • 2016-Ongoing, College Business and Information Technology, Assessment Committee, Chair.
  • 2012-Ongoing, Office of Career Services, Statistical Analyst.
  • 2012-Ongoing, College of Business and Information Technology, Faculty Development Committee, Member.
  • 2011-Ongoing, Research Support Services Committee, Co-Chair.
  • 2009-Ongoing, Institutional Review Board, Chair.                
  • 2013-2015, Persistence and Completion Committee, Data Analysis Team.
  • 2009-2013, Assessment Committee, Statistical Analyst.
  • 2010-2013, Masterclass, Architecture and Design Graduate Course, Research Coordinator.
  • 2007-2009, Reinventing Teaching and Learning through Technology Committee, Member.
  • 2007-2008, College of Arts and Sciences Enrollment Marketing Committee, Member.
  • 2007-2008, Tablet PC Committee, Member.
  • 2007-2008, Character Education Assessment Committee, Member.
  • 2006-2008, Contract and Grants Taskforce Committee, Member.

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Professional Affiliations

  • 2017-, Member, Society for Human Resource Management
  • 2012-, Member, Academy of Management, Research Methods and Organizational Behavior Divisions.
  • 2012-, Member, Michigan Academy of Science Arts & Letters
  • 2012-, Member, Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

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