Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Georgia
Master of Education, University of Georgia
Doctor of Philosophy, Colorado State University
What classes do you teach at Anderson
Leadership, Management of Human Resources, Management of Organizational Behavior, Principles of Management, Professional Development Seminar
What year did you start teaching at AU
Why teach at AU?
I pursued a career in Christian higher education because of my strong desire to teach at a Christian university to integrate my faith in Jesus Christ into instruction as well as outside of the walls of the classroom. My instructional practices are grounded in the belief that students in higher education are forming and solidifying their world views, which will guide their decisions for years to come. It is my desire for students to establish a rock-solid foundation in Christ as they prepare to enter the workplace filled with conflicting values.
International travel, playing flute and piano, spending time with family
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Speak some Spanish; am active in home group at Renewal Church.
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
I expect students to make class contributions to demonstrate their out-of-class preparation and absorption of course material. My teaching approach uses a combination of lecture, case study, student-led presentations, simulations, demonstrations, and group discussions. Outside speakers may be called upon, on occasion, to share knowledge on specialized topics.
Goodwin, D.; Chenhall, E.; and Bilbrey, J. 2013. Statistical analysis of religious discrimination complaints through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Journal of Legal Issues and Cases in Business 3. http://www.aabri.com/jlicb.html.
Chenhall, E. 2011. Review of the book Instructional design for action learning. Journal of European Industrial Training 35 (5).
Chenhall, E. 2010. Assessing safety culture values, practices, and outcomes. (Doctoral Dissertation, Colorado State). Proquest Digital Dissertations and Theses database AAT 3419027.
Chenhall, E. and Chermack, T. 2010. Models, definitions, and outcome variables of action learning: A synthesis with implications for HRD. Journal of European Industrial Training 39 (7).
Brinkman, L. and Chenhall, E. 2008. Mergers and Acquisitions. In Gilley, Gilley, Quatro, Dixon, (Eds), The Praegar handbook of human resource management: pp. 468-471. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Evie wants to create a learning environment where students are challenged to grow both academically and spiritually.
“Biblical truths address most every contemporary business issue and should be used frequently in teaching to reinforce essential management principles as well as ethical practices.”
She wishes prospective students knew that to be successful in human resources, it’s “absolutely essential that you are competent in problem-solving, presenting, writing, researching, and formulating business strategies. Learn all areas of the organization where you want to work and strongly consider a double concentration in business.”