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Ph.D. Organization & Management, Information Technology Management Specialization - Capella University
Master of Business Administration - Chadron State College
Master of Science in Education - University of Nebraska at Kearney
Bachelor of Arts in Education - Wayne State College
Bachelor of Science in Business - Wayne State College
Business Information Systems
Delta Mu Delta Business Administration Honorary, Advisor
Information Infrastructure Committee
Chadron State Foundation Fund Drive
2009 Nebraska State College Teacher Excellence Award Recipient
Nominated 2008 Nebraska State College Teacher Excellence award
Delta Mu Delta Business Administration Academic Honorary, Member, Advisor
Recognition for Scholarly Excellence, School of Professional & Graduate Studies, 2004
Outstanding Phi Beta Lambda Advisor in Nebraska, 1996 and 1997
Alpha Kappa Upsilon Iota, Student Union Honorary, Inducted 1992
Pi Omega Pi, Business Education Honorary, Inducted 1990
Outstanding Student in Business Education, Wayne State College 1990
Limbach, B. & Waugh, W. (2010, Fall). Critical Thinking in General and Liberal Studies: From Objective to Assessment. Association for General and Liberal Studies (AGLS) News.
Limbach, B. & Waugh, W. (2010). Developing Higher Level Thinking. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies. Published by the Academic and Business Research Institute, Vol. 3.
Limbach, B., Duron, R., & Waugh, W. (2008). Become a Better Teacher: Five Steps Toward Critical Thinking. Research in Higher Education Journal. Published by the Academic and business Research Institute, Volume 1, Online.
Duron, R., Limbach, B., and Waugh, W. (2006). Critical Thinking Framework for Any Discipline. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 17, No 1.
Limbach, B. & Waugh, W. (2005). Challenging the Lecture Format: Using Questioning Techniques to Teach Critical Thinking. National Education Association Higher Education Thought & Action Journal. Vol. 21, p. 47-56.
Waugh, W. (2004). Using Personal Attributes to Predict Technology Adoption: A Study of College Faculty. National Association of Business Teacher Educators (NABTE) Review. Vol. 31.
Waugh, W. (2002). Personal Attributes and Technology Adoption in Higher Education Instruction. UMI Dissertation Abstracts.
The Association for Computing Machinery; the largest professional organization for Information Technology (IT) professionals: http://www.acm.org/