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Kenneth Knox

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

kenneth.knox@franklin.edu

Profile

Ken Knox has been teaching at the college level for nearly 20 years. He has extensive experience in a broad range of teaching modalities, including face-to-face, hybrid, and fully on-line. He has taught at the baccalaureate, graduate, and doctoral levels. He has served on multiple dissertation committes as both chair and member. He is a member of Turning Technologies' Board of Distinguished Educators and has presented at a multitude of academic and professional conferences.

Education

2008
Capella University (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Doctor of Philosophy, PhD in Organization and Management
2004
Mountain State University (Beckley, West Virginia)
Master of Science, Strategic Leadership
1989
Wheeling Jesuit University (Wheeling, West Virginia)
Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management

Work Experience

2016 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor
2013 - 2016
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty

Publications & Presentations

Knox, K. (2018). Put Me in the Game Coach - A Practical Guide to Becoming an A+ Adjunct and Facultypreneur. Dog Ear Publishing.
Knox, K. (2008). Carpe Diem - Simple Strategies to Move from Average to Extraordinary.

Professional Service

2003
Committee Chair
Faculty Development Committee (Founder and Chair)
(Steubenville, Ohio)
2003
Committee Member
Achieving the Dream core team
(Steubenville, Ohio)
2003
Member
Presidents Council
(Steubenville, Ohio)