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Cynthia Gibson

Cynthia Gibson

Lecturer in Business Management, Box Elder County Economic Development Liaison
Department(s): Management
Location:  UMC 5035
Office Phone:  435.919.1306
Fax:  435.797.1091

Spring 2014 Course Schedule

MGT 3560 –
Day: T - Class Time: 5:15pm-7:00pm
Room: DE 211

MGT 3710 – Team Management
Day: T - Class Time: 5:15pm-7:00pm
Room: DE 211

MGT 3820 –
Day: R - Class Time: 5:15pm-7:00pm
Room: LIB 163

MGT 4600 –
Days: MW - Class Time: 5:15pm-7:00pm
Room: DE 109

Education

Ed.D., Educational Administration/Higher Education, Oklahoma State University

MBA, Texas A&M University

BS, Biomedical Science, Texas A&M University

Biography

Dr. Cynthia Gibson's educational background consists of a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University, M.B.A. in Management from Texas A&M University, and Doctorate in Education in Educational Administration with a Specialization in College Teaching (Business) from Oklahoma State University. Her industry experiences include management, marketing, consulting, and sales in private industry and higher education. She has served as fulltime business faculty at colleges and universities in Texas, Oklahoma, New York, Indiana, Canada and Washington and guest lectured at universities in China. She earned the rank of full Professor and tenure at a private university in Indiana. Dr. Gibson has developed new higher education curriculum at several U.S. and international universities, some of this done while living and working in Singapore. For the last three years, Dr. Gibson has served in various administrative and curriculum development roles at higher education institutions in Washington, Singapore, and Utah and is now very happy to return to teaching and community economic development.