Dan Noel, Ph.D.

Department:
Leadership Studies in Educ
Title:
Lecturer and Director of Community-Based Learning
Address:
Allyn Hall 451, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

2017 Fall Semester Office Hours

Tuesdays 9:00 am - Noon; Thursdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Others appointments can be made by emailing Dr. Noel.

Dan Noel is passionate about helping leaders grow; promoting areas of leadership and leadership development.  Dan has been a presenter at regional and international conferences, and has facilitated leadership training for many organizational groups, including sales, human resources, higher education, and other non-profits. He currently serves as a member of the full-time faculty of Organizational Leadership at Wright State University, where He directs Community-Based Learning for the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations, providing supervision for hundreds of students who serve at various non-profit organizations throughout the Miami Valley and beyond. 

Academics

Teaching: 

Since the early 1990's, Dan has served many institutions of higher education, teaching in undergraduate and graduate areas of:

Organizational Behavior; Team / Group Dynamics; Research Methods; Ethical Leadership; Leadership Foundations; Community-Based Learning (service learning); Strategic Leadership; Communications; Leadership and Christian Ministry; Crisis Intervention; and others.

Research statement: 

West, R. C., and Noel, D. N. (2013).  Situational Discipleship:  The five-fold ministry roles of Ephesians 4:11 and their relationship to the Situational Leadership model. Journal of Culture and Religion (3).  Arlington, TX: Franklin Publishing.

Noel, D., Stover, S., & McNutt, M. (2015) Student perceptions of engagement using mobile-based polling as an audience response system: Implications for leadership studies. Journal of Leadership Education, DOI: 1012806/V14/I3/R4.

Noel, D., Stover, S., McNutt, M., (2015).  Revisiting use of real-time polling for learning transfer.  Journal of Teaching and Learning With Technology, 4(1), 40-60.  doi: 10.14434/jotlt.v4n1.13002

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