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Stanley O. Horner, PhD
Program Director, Masters of Business Administration; Associate Professor of Management

Phone: 512-428-1279

Education
  • PhD in Management and Organizational Behavior at University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 1979
  • MBA in Management and Organizational Behavior at University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 1975
  • BA in Economics at University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, 1969
Why I Teach

I want students to have the most useful learning opportunities. To this end, I make my courses relevant to their personal experiences, organized so they know what is expected, interactive so they are engaged, and challenging in terms of the quality of their work and the standards set by the university and myself.

I consider myself a professional learner who enjoys helping others understand concepts and practices that will help them be successful in their careers. Sharing my business experience and my academic pursuits with students is very rewarding.

Experience
  • Served on local, regional and national Workforce Development boards
  • Directed executive development and training programs at companies such as Dell Computer Corporation, Capital One Financial Services, Advanced Micro Devices and Texas Instruments
  • Member of University Executive Leadership Development Advisory Boards for University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University and University of North Texas
  • Assistant professor of management at University of South Carolina
  • Adjunct faculty member at University of Texas at Dallas, University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Presented at business conferences across the United States and internationally
Professional Affiliations and Awards
  • Member, Academy of Management
  • Member, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
  • Member, Board of Directors, South Austin Business Council
  • Small Business Volunteer of the Year award, Austin Chamber of Commerce (2014)

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