Dr. Tim Bagwell
Contributing Faculty – Public Administration (2/16 – Present) Walden University. Chairing dissertation committees and mentoring Ph.D. candidates in Public Administration.
Adjunct Professor – Public Administration (1/16 – 5/16). University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX. Teaching Political Leadership : Decision-Making & Management in Public Organizations.
Associate Professor – Public Administration (8/11 – 1/16). American Public University System/American Military University, Charles Town, WV. Teaching graduate level courses in Public Management, Program Evaluation, State and Local Government, and Public Administration and Society, Public Policy, Law and Public Policy, and Administrative Theory.
Adjunct Professor – Project Management. (8/11 – present) Saint Louis University, School of Professional Studies. St. Louis, MO. Teaching junior level courses in Project Management Scheduling and Control.
Editor – IGI-Global. (7/15 – Present). Ethical Issues and Citizen’s Rights in the Era of Digital Government Surveillance (2016). With Robert A. Cropf.
Editor – IGI-Global. Information Technology as a Facilitator of Social Processes in Project Management and Collaborative Work. With Robert A. Cropf and Sheryl L. Foster. Under contract for July 2017.
Contributed chapter – Do online job application systems facilitate or inhibit the social process of hiring?
Ph.D., Public Policy Analysis and Administration, 2001- Saint Louis University
M.S., Speech Communication, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
B.A., History and Political Science, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
B.S., Radio – Television, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
SMC Scrum Master Certified, (556376) 2016 ScrumStudy – VMEdu.com
NIH Protecting Human Research Subjects Certificate 2016 (1993211)
Graduate Certificate, Project Management 2012 – University of Maryland University College
Chancellor’s Certificate, On the Computer, 2012 – University of Missouri – St. Louis