Christine Mark
Office#: 559 Harrington Office Building
Mail Stop: 4226
Office Phone: (979) 862-2935
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Short Bio
Dr. Christine Mark is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Human Resource Development and Technology Management in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource. Development.

Dr. Mark holds a BBA in Accounting, an MBA in Human Resource Management, and the PhD in Instructional Technology and Instructional Design. Prior to making a career change to higher education in 2009, she held increasingly responsible positions in the field of human resource management. Dr. Mark has over twenty years of direct experience in HR at the executive level.

In the spirit of continuous improvement, Dr. Mark's EHRD 315 online course was approved and recognized in September of 2016 as meeting the highest standards as required by Quality Matters and now displays the official QM seal. In addition, Dr. Mark completed the requirements for 'Exemplary Status' in the College of Education and Human Development and became recognized as an exemplary online educator.

Dr. Mark has researched and presented on the use of clickers in the classroom, the use of multimedia software fo
Professional Publications
Mark, C. L. (Sept 2015). Exploratory Sequential Design: A Systematic Example of Mixed Methods Research Using Phenomenology and Exploratory Factor Analysis. Submitted to the AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis Journal.
Mark, S. R. & Mark, C. L. (Sept, 2015). Team Building Using Virtual Worlds: Employing Immersive Virtual Learning Environments to Facilitate Team Building, Operation, and Identity. Submitted to the Academy of Business Journal.
Mark, C. (2014). The Growth and Decline of Second Life as an Educational Platform. Doctoral Dissertation. ProQuest.
Mark C. (2013). "Evaluating and Funding the Professional Development Program". Technology Integration and Foundations for Effective Technology Leadership. S. Wang and T. Hartsell, Eds. IGI Global.
Mark, S. and Mark, C. (2002) "Interviewing for Employment". Professional Business Communication. R. Knecht and D. Tucker, Eds. Pearson Publishing
Research Interests
3-D Online Immersive Virtual Environments for Training and Development
Student Engagement in Online Learning Environments
Technology Integration in the Classroom
Using Technology to Create Interactive Online Learning Experiences
College of Education and Human Development Grants and Contracts
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CEHD Committee on Diversity Initiatives
Member of Committee for CEHD
Climate, Diversity, and Social Committee
Co-Chair for EAHR Department
HRD Curriculum Committee
Advisor for ASHRD
Advisor for HRD undergraduate student group - Aggie Students in Human Resource Development (ASHRD)
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