Dr. Kelly Wilkinson

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Dr. Kelly Lynn Wilkinson

Dean and Professor

Williamson College of Business Administration

Williamson Hall

phone: (330) 941-2737


  • Education
    • 1997

      Ph D, Business Education/Vocational Education

      University of Missouri-Columbia

    • 1994

      MS, Business Education

      Arkansas State University

    • 1987

      BS, Accounting

      Arkansas State University

  • Awards and Honors
    • May 2014

      Faculty Recognation Award in Recognition of Exemplary Scholarship

    • March 2014

      Academy of Finance Conference

      Best Paper in Track Award in Financial Markets

      Name of the paper; Does The Management Discussion and Analysis Section of the 10-k Provide Information for Retirement Decisions?

  • Administrative Assignments
    • 2022 - present


  • Intellectual Contributions
    • 2019

      "The Readability of the Management Discussion and Analysis Section and Footnotes of 10-Ks: The Case of the Gas and Oil Industry"

      Journal of Accounting and Finance, volume 19, issue 5

    • 2017

      "Chapter 5 Assessment and the Impact of Technology Assessment Tools"

      National Business Education Association, issue 55, p. 48-57

    • 2015

      "New Generation of Interfaces for Immersive Learning"

      National Business Education Association, issue 53, p. 195-210

    • 2015

      "Can Anyone Read Accounting Footnotes Well Enough to Understand Them"

      Accounting and Finance Research/SCIEDU Press, volume 4 (2), p. 123-134

    • 2015

      "Principles for good practice in undergraduate educaton: Effective online course design to assist students' success"

      Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, volume 11, issue 1, p. 87-103

    • 2015

      "Online Quality Course Design vs. Quality Teaching: Aligning QualityMatters"

      The Journal of Research in Business Education, volume 57, issue 1, p. 47-63

    • 2014

      "Does the Management Discussion and Analysis Section of the 10-K Provide Information for Retirement Decisions?"

      Journal of leadership, Accountability and Ethics/North American Business Press, INC, volume 11(3), p. 97-107

    • 2014

      "Recurrent Online Quizzes: Ubiquitous Tools for Promoting Student Presence, Participation and Performance"

      Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, volume 10, p. 75-91

    • 2014

      "Shifting a Face-to-Face (f2f Course to The Blended Environment: A Framework for Transference"

      Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global)

    • 2014

      "Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education: Effective Online Course Design to Assist Students' Success"

      MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, volume 10, issue 3

    • 2013

      "Get Your Head into the Clouds: Using Word Clouds for Analyzing Qualitative Assessment Data"

      Tech Trends, volume 58, issue 3, p. 38-44

    • 2013

      "Teaching statistics with laptops in the classroom: Reflections on successes and missteps"

      Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, volume 11, issue 4

    • 2012

      "Immersive feedback preferred by business communication students"

      Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, volume 54, issue 1, p. 41-51

    • 2010

      "Students’ perceived preference for visual and auditory assessment with e-handwritten feedback"

      Business Communication Quarterly, volume 73, issue 3, p. 399-412

    • 2010

      "Chinese students’ beliefs regarding their ability to participate in online courses"

    • 2009

      "Making Assessment Real by Incorporating Visual, Auditory, and e-Handwritten Feedback"

      Magna Publications, Inc, p. 5; 8

    • 2008

      "Using Breeze for Communication and Assessment of Internships"

      the JEO, volume 5, issue 2

    • 2008

      "Planning for Instruction"

      Effective Methods of Teaching Business Education, volume 46, p. 32-52

    • 2007

      "Chapter 7—Technology Tools and the Assessment Process"

      National Business Education Association, p. 18 ages

    • 2007

      "converting assessment of traditional classroom assignments to the 3-Learning environment"

      Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development, volume I, issue 5

    • 2007

      "Planning for Instruction"

      National Business Education Association

    • 2006

      "Teaching Business etiquette using an alternative method and alternative delivery"

      Business Education Forum, volume 60, issue 4, p. 43-45

    • 2006

      "Effective workload management strategies for teaching online"

      Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference Proceedings

    • 2006

      "Students' Computer Literacy: Perception Versus Reality"

      DPE Journal, volume XLVIII, issue 2, p. 108-120

    • 2006

      "E-instructors: Their perceptions of best practices"

      Organizational Systems Research Assocation Rescearch Conference Proceedings

    • 2005

      "Assessment tools for e-instructors"

      Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, volume 3, issue 2, p. 1-4

    • 2004

      "Beyond extraneous variables: Revisitng the student satisfaction survey and analyzing additional data in summative sutdent evaluations"

      Delta Pi Epsilon Research Proceedings

    • 2004

      "A meeting planning project: A Major component in developing teamwork and collaborative writing skills"

      Journal of Organiational Culture, volume 4, issue 2, p. 21-26

  • Professional Service
    • 2019 - present

      Editorial Review Board Member
      Journal of Education for Business

    • 2005 - 2007

      Officer, Other Officer
      Delta Pi Epsilon

    • 2004 - 2006

      Organizational Systems Research Assocation

    • 2003 - 2005

      Committee Member
      Association of Career and Technical Education Taskforce

  • Public Service
    • 2014 - present

      Eastside Church of Christ-Operation Clean Start
      Terre Haute, IN

    • 2013 - present

      Board Member
      United Way-Community Impact Committee
      Terre Haute, IN

    • 2013 - present

      United Way