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Presentation at International Conference

Helene Caudill presented the paper “Factors Affecting Grading Errors in Adult Higher Education: A Framework” at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences 14th International Conference.

National Presentations with Undergraduate Student

Helene Caudill and Anthony Perez ’11 presented two papers together: “Advertising Using Gay and Lesbian Imagery: The Impact on Brand Image” at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences 18th Annual Meeting in 2011, and “Alienating the Mainstream: Does the Inclusion of Gay and Lesbian Imagery Diminish Brand Perception?” at the 33rd INFORMS Marketing Science Conference in 2011.

New College

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Helene Caudill, PhD
Dean, New College; Associate Professor of Management

Phone: 512-448-8648

Education
  • PhD in Human Resource Management at University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 1996
  • MBA in Administrative Management at University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 1990
  • BS in Industrial Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982
Why I Teach

I foster an open and comfortable classroom where individuals feel free to express their opinions. I also provide a great deal of variety so that students stay focused and engaged. Overall, this creates a fun learning environment where students look forward to coming to class.

Teaching allows me to learn and share with my students and peers. I like making a difference. It also motivates me to constantly improve because that is what my students expect from me and what I expect from myself.

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