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Tami Moser, Ph.D., DBH

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

tami.moser@franklin.edu

Profile

After completing my high school education it took me close to ten years to complete my Bachelors in Liberal Studies. I worked full time and often found it challenging to carry a full traditional course load, which led to breaks throughout the 10 years. I found an unusual program at the University of Oklahoma, which was designed for adult students. This allowed me to finish while working full time. After I completed my BA I decided to immediately enter a Masters program also at the University of Oklahoma. After completing my Masters in Public Administration completing a PhD became a goal and therefore, I entered a PhD program in Organization and Management with a specialization in Human Resource Management at Capella University. The program consists primarily of online courses which gives me a unique experience and helps me understand what each of you will be going through as you complete your studies. In addition, I am working on a second doctorate at Arizona State University focused in Behavioral Health and achieving the triple aim in healthcare.

Education

2018
Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona)
Doctor of Behavioral Health
2009
Capella University (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Doctor of Philosophy, Organization and Management: Human Resource Management
2003
University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma)
Master of Public Administration, Public Administration
2000
University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma)
Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Liberal Studies

Certifications

2016
Protecting Human Research Participants Certification, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research

Work Experience

2018 - 2020
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty - Urbana
2016 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor

Publications & Presentations

Moser, T., & Williams, M. (2015, Mar. 31). Healthcare Systems and Leadership: Journeys of transformation.. Academy of Business Research, New Orleans.
Moser, T., Edwards, J., Montarello, K., & Kessler, T. (2015, Mar. 31). Team intervention strategies: Developing Pharmacists skilled in teamwork.. Academy of Business Research, New Orleans.
Williams, M., & Moser, T. (2015, Mar. 31). Mental illness and workplace productivity: The 21st century threat to organizational sustainability.. Academy of Business Research, New Orleans.
Moser, T., & Parker, P. (2013, Sep. 30). Course development: Pedagogy to practice.. Academy of Business Research, San Antonio.
Williams, M., & Moser, T. (2013, May. 31). tories vs. Statistics: A primer in qualitative data collection, analysis, and reporting for organizational development practitioners.. New Jersey Organizational Development Day, New Jersey.
Moser, T., & Williams, M. (2013, Apr. 30). Retention lever importance in small service business management systems: A qualitative analysis. Academy of Business Research, San Antonio.
Moser, T., & Williams, M. (2013, Apr. 30). Retention lever importance in small service business management systems: A qualitative analysis.. Intellectbase International Consortium: Intellectual Perspective & Multi-Disciplinary Foundations, San Antonio.
Moser, T., & Williams, M. (2013, Mar. 31). Talent pool depth in small business: Exploring the implications for strategic continuity. Academy of Business Research, New Orleans.
Moser, T., & Sweeney, K. (2013, Feb. 28). Creating an effective eLearning environment with confidence.. Heartland E-Learning Conference, Edmond.
Moser, T., & Williams, M. (2012, Mar. 31). Considering a Market-Driven Human Resource Development Approach in Small Business: Succession Management Systems for Strategic Continuity and Excellence. Society for the Advancement of Management, Las Vegas.
Williams, M., & Moser, T. (2012, Sep. 30). From Unlearning to Learning: A critical process in transformative change.. Academy of Business Research, Atlantic City.
Moser, T., & Sweeney, K. (2012, Mar. 31). A Model of Problem-Based Learning to Support Excellence in Evidence Based Arguments Through Leveraging of Web 2.0 Tools. Society for the Advancement of Management, Las Vegas.
Moser, T., & Parker, P. (2011, Nov. 30). Strategic Impact of Generation Y Work Readiness for Organizational Success.. Academy of Business Research, Las Vegas.
Moser, T., & Parker, P. (2011, Sep. 30). The Gap Between Corporate Needs and the Performance of College Graduates.. Academy of Business Research, Atlantic City.
Mosely, W., Moser, T., & Parker, P. (2010, Dec. 31). faculty-oriented grid-based adaptive information infrastructure for research in Oklahoma regional universities.. -learn 2010: World Conference on e-learning in corporate, government, health, and higher education, Canada.
Moser, T., & Sweeney, K. (2010, Oct. 31). Development of web 2.0 technologies to increase the effectiveness of collaboration in strategic management and policy courses: An innovation in pedagogy. International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas.
Moser, T., & Parker, P. (2009, Sep. 30). Workplace changes and the effect on education.. Business and Leadership Symposium, Fort Hayes.
Moser, T., Gordon, J., & Williams, M. (2007, Oct. 31). The Challenges to human resource professionals.. International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas.