Ph.D. - Management Science
University of Texas at Dallas - 1998
University of Oklahoma - 1984
B.S. - Business Administration
Cameron University - 1979
Kaplan, Marilyn R. and J. Richard Harrison. (1993). Defusing the Director Liability Crisis: The Strategic Management of Legal Threats. Organization Science, 4 (3), 412-432. 1993 - Publication
Bhagat, Rabi S., Ben L. Kedia, Susan E. Crawford, and Marilyn R. Kaplan (1990). Cross-Cultural Issues in Organizational Psychology: Emergent Trends and Directions for Research in the 1990s. In Cooper, C.L. and Robertson, I.T. (Eds.). Intemational Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Volume 5. 1990 - Publication
University of Texas at Dallas [2000–Present]
University of Texas at Dallas [1999–1999]
Interlocking Directorates and Corporate Performance
1988–1988 With J. Richard Harrison. Strategic Management Society Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October, 1988.
Student Communication and Relationship Building in a Distance Learning Enviromnent
2005–2005 With Laurie Ziegler. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas TX, May 2005.
TeachingNew Teaching Material Developed
- Fall 2006
- HMGT6321 Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations
- Spring 2006
- BA4305 Strategic Management- Honors
- September 2004 - August 2005
- BPS6310 Distance Learning Course Development
- OB630l GLEMBA Course Development
- School of Management Teaching Award, Outstanding Online Teacher of the Year 2002/2003
Honors Thesis Supervised
- Fall 2006 Ted Schramm
- Spring 2006 Tom Fitzgerald
- Fall 2005 Sara Laminack
- Fall 2004 Melody Poole
- Fall 2003 Linda Davis
- Spring 2002 Lateefah Shaheed
- Fall 2001 Christopher Connor
- Fall 2001 Deborah Knowles
- Spring 2001 Sadie Prater
- Summer 2000 Kathryn Wilson
The University of Texas at Dallas will engage freshman students in a new initiative this fall to help them meet peers from other disciplines, cultivate critical thinking and communication skills, and exhibit problem-solving and teamwork abilities.Comets to the Core
is a co-curricular requirement for all new freshman students except those from specialized high schools where they earned an associate degree concurrent with their diploma.
Students will complete a group project within the first six weeks of enrollment and again in the fall semester of their junior year when most have completed their core curriculum.
UT Dallas has launched a new bachelor’s degree in one of the country’s hottest new business fields.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management
introduced a BS degree this semester in supply chain management (SCM), described by U.S. News & World Report
recently as the business world’s “next great frontier.”
Supply chain management professionals oversee the acquisition of parts and raw materials, managing complex networks of supply and demand from the purchasing stage to delivery.
An increased number of job openings, growing salaries and advancement opportunities have spurred a wave of interest in supply chain management as a career choice.