Understanding Disinterest: How Online Undergraduate Students Perceive And Respond To Disengaged Faculty Members
30 minute virtual presentation given by Blake Clifford, UNE Doctorate of Education Class of 2019, on June 15, 2019, for the UNE College of Graduate and Professional Studies' Virtual Research Symposium.
Physical Description of Original
Original file (available here as supplemental file) is a PowerPoint file with embedded audio.
Blake's UNE Ed.D. dissertation, Understanding Disinterest: How Online Undergraduate Students Perceive And Respond To Disengaged Faculty Members, is also available in DUNE: https://dune.une.edu/theses/173/.
Clifford, Blake, "Understanding Disinterest: How Online Undergraduate Students Perceive And Respond To Disengaged Faculty Members" (2019). Virtual Research Symposium 2019. 4.
Blake Clifford is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at Robert Morris University Illinois where he teaches Human Relations “The Role of Professionals in Society” and Operations Management. Blake completed his Ed.D. at the University of New England and his M.S. at the University of Mary. His research interests lie in human relations ranging from faculty-student interaction to leadership in society. Blake’s passion for human relations grew during his 25 years leading and managing large teams operating distribution centers, transportation, and warehousing operations. Blake and his wife, Laura, have seven children three in college, two in high school, one in middle school, and the youngest in elementary school. Before marriage and fatherhood, Blake was a musician in a Midwest rock band. He began studying music formally after he won the Presidential Scholarship in classical guitar performance to attend the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago and continued his studies in classical guitar performance on a full-ride scholarship at the Chicago Musical College. Blake continues to write and record as well as teach music online and in his home studio.