Research, Professional and Creative Activity
Recent Journal Publications
Barclay, A. C., Mathern, A. M., & Barclay, N. A. (2019). Business Education: Faculty Tips to Guide International and Domestic Student Interaction to Benefit Classroom Learning. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice 19(6).
Wakefield, M., Orr, T., Barclay, A., & Arvidson, M. (2018). Marketing Techniques involved in the Women’s National Basketball Association, Recreation, Park, and Tourism in Public Health Journal, 2(1) 115-124.
Ohmer, D., Barclay, A., & Merkel, B. (2018). Using Appreciative Inquiry to Manage Generation Y. Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 19(2) 37-49.
Barclay, R., Weinandt, M., & Barclay, A. (2017) The Economic Impact of Study Abroad on Chinese Students and China’s Gross Domestic Product, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 19(4) 30-36.
Barclay, A. (2015). The Disrespectful Student. In W. M. Timpson & D. K. Holman (Eds.), Controversial Case Studies for Teaching Sustainability, Conflict, and Diversity. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.
Barclay, A. (2015). Introduction for Section III: Sustainability. In W. M. Timpson & D. K. Holman (Eds.), Controversial Case Studies for Teaching Sustainability, Conflict, and Diversity. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.
Professor Barclay earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Performance and Change from Colorado State University; and his M.Ed. and B.S. in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota. His primary areas of interest are Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Leadership, and Organizational Development. In addition to his academic service, he has worked as a Training Development Coordinator for the University of Minnesota, and is a veteran of the US Coast Guard.
Teaching and Related Service
- Human Resource Management
- Strategic Management
Previously taught at:
- Northern State University
- Metropolitan State University
- Colorado State University
Office Hours (On campus and Virtual):
- Monday: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM