Professor of Business, Division Chair and MBA Director
- Pulaski, Tennessee (Huntsville, Alabama Area)
- Higher Education
Bill Sodeman's Overview
- Professor of Business at Martin Methodist College
Bill Sodeman's Summary
Business educator and higher education administrator
Bill Sodeman's Experience
Professor of Business
Educational Institution; 51-200 employees; Higher Education industry
June 2014 – Present (4 months) Pulaski, Tennessee
Supervises MBA and BBA programs, and manages full-time and adjunct faculty members in the D.W. Johnston School of Business.
Chair, Department of Management & Marketing
January 2010 – May 2014 (4 years 5 months) honolulu, hawaii
Associate Professor of Management & Information Systems
August 2002 – May 2014 (11 years 10 months)
July 1997 – August 2001 (4 years 2 months)
Assistant Professor of Management
August 1994 – August 1997 (3 years 1 month)
Visiting Assistant Professor of Management
August 1993 – August 1994 (1 year 1 month)
Bill Sodeman's Courses
BA, Fine Arts
The College of William and Mary
- Life Drawing
Bill Sodeman's Skills & Expertise
- Social Media
- Socially Responsible Investing
- Program Management
- Business Strategy
- Change Management
- Mobile Computing
- Public Speaking
- Strategic Planning
- Higher Education
- University Teaching
- Data Analysis
- Student Affairs
- Program Development
- Marketing Communications
- Adult Education
- Organizational Development
- Community Outreach
- Event Planning
- Staff Development
- Event Management
- Microsoft Office
- Social Networking
- Public Relations
- Curriculum Design
- Instructional Design
- Management Consulting
- Leadership Development
- Qualitative Research
- Distance Learning
- Team Building
- Social Media Marketing
- Project Management
Bill Sodeman's Publications
Study guide for the entry-level CIW exam on Interent fundamentals.
Authors: Bill Sodeman, Robert Kolb
Five-volume reference work on topics in business ethics, social issues in management and other related fields.
Bill Sodeman's Education
Ph.D., Strategic Management
1989 – 1993
My minor was Management Information Systems.
My dissertation topic was managerial decision-making in socially responsible investing, including the consideration of corporate social responsibility in investment decisions. My dissertation chair was Archie Carroll, who guided me through my initial proposal to the final product within a nine-month period.
I also taught 15 undergraduate sections of principles of management and the capstone business policy course.
When I wasn't teaching or doing my own coursework, I hung out at The Globe and ran in local 5K and 10K races.
I also held two solo exhibitions of my photography and paintings at Rage (1990) and Spectrum 452 (1991).
Activities and Societies: Blue Key, Graduate Student Organization, Dead Strategists Society
1986 – 1988
The Crummer School offered no concentrations or majors in the MBA program while I attended. I took elective courses in advertising, service operations, and finance.
I cannot say enough good things about this MBA program. This was one of the few AACSB-accredited MBA programs that had no affiliated undergraduate degree programs.
Sam Certo's management policy courses were a major influence on my decision to pursue a Ph.D. in strategic management.
The computer lab included 20 AT&T PCs with 8086 processors, MS-DOS 3.3 and no network.
We had dot-marix printers, hard drives and 5.25 inch floppy drives on every machine.
There was one HP LaserJet II printer available on a separate workstation, primarily for use in printing resumes and cover letters.
Activities and Societies: Beta Gamma Sigma, computer lab assistant, MBA Student Association (secretary), WPRK-FM announcer
BA, Fine Arts
1982 – 1986
My brother Tom attended William & Mary during my last two years there.
Activities and Societies: WCWM-FM chief announcer, Flat Hat student newspaper, Society for Collegiate Journalists
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