Douglas Campbell

Professor of Business Administration, Walden University

A Better Way to Educate Professionals

Jul 03, 2012 by Douglas Campbell, James E. Fletcher |

Suggestions for how the faculty of the traditional liberal arts, the physical sciences and the management and business programs can collaborate to better educate professionals.

Lessons from Our Upgrade to a Non-Tenure University

Oct 31, 2011 by Douglas Campbell, James E. Fletcher |

Two professors contrast employment with a tenure system to employment without it.

Answering the Critics of Online Education

Aug 29, 2011 by Douglas Campbell, Shannon Lynch-McClure |

The online classroom is different from, not inferior to, the traditional classroom, argue two faculty members of an online university.

Whose Imperative?

Jun 13, 2011 by Douglas Campbell |

The president of CSU-Chico declares that there is a “diversity imperative,” but inadvertently reveals his true agenda.

Give Students the Gift of Ethics

Jan 20, 2011 by Douglas Campbell |

Adhering to a set of ethical standards is our greatest expression of human freedom and individuality, writes Douglas Campbell.

Diversity Babble

Nov 19, 2010 by Douglas Campbell |

California State University, Chico circumvents the law with disingenuous rationalizations for "diversity."

The Classroom Without Reason

Apr 27, 2009 by Douglas Campbell |

The following essay is a "Report from the Academy" which was published in Academic Questions (volume 22, number 2).