Students’ curiosity and eagerness to learn is what makes my job as a professor so pleasant at ADA University. I take pride in educating the future generation and helping them become better citizens for their community and country. My teaching philosophy has always been to encourage students to think freely and openly because it helps them to become creative.
|Joined ADA||January, 2018|
- “Ebola Crisis Response in the USA: Communication Management and SOPs” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. (2018);
-“The Effects of Natural Disasters on Local Government Finance: How do Local Governments Recover from Major Disasters?” An American Society for Public Administration Series Book. (2016);
-“Flypaper Nonprofits: Crowding in and Crowding-out Effects of Grants on Nonprofit Finance.” The Regional Science Inquiry Journal. (2016);
- “Effect of Natural Disasters on Local Economies: Forecasting Sales Tax Revenue After Hurricane Ike.” The Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia. (2016).