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Dr. Kathryn A. Nantz

Professor of Economics
o: Doaln School of Business Rm 1102
p: x2237


Articles and chapters

  • Abbott, William and Nantz, Kathryn.  (2015) “Utilizing Interdisciplinary Insights to Build Efficient and Effective Reading Skills.”  Chapter to appear in What is College Reading? Exploring Reading in Every Discipline.  Fort Collins: The WAC Clearinghouse, ATD Books Series.  Forthcoming, 2015
  • Mager, D., Wallace Kazer, M., Conelius,J., Shea, J., Lippman, D., Torosyan, R., and  Nantz, K. (2014). “Development, implementation and evaluation of a peer review of teaching (PRoT) initiative in nursing education”.  International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship.  Volume 11, Issue 1, ISSN (Online) 1548-923X, ISSN (Print) 2194-5772, DOI: 10.1515/ijnes-2013-0019, June 2014.
  • Bowen, Betsy and Nantz, Kathryn. (2014) “What is the Value of the GED?”  College English.  Vol. 77, No. 1, p. 32-54.
  • Abbott, William and Nantz, Kathryn.  (2012)  "Building Students' Integrative Thinking Capacities: A Case Study in Economics and History."  Issues in Integrative Studies, Number 30, p. 19-47.
  • Nantz, Kathryn.  (2010) “Labor Markets.” Rhona C. Free, ed.   21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook, Vol. 1.  Sage Publications, p. 141-151.
  • Klaf, Suzanna, Miners, Laurence, and Nantz, Kathryn. (2010) “Swallowing the ‘interdisciplinary pill’: Integrating the Fairfield Core.”  Conversations, Number 38: 27-29.

  • Miners, Laurence and Nantz, Kathryn.  (2009) “Significant Learning in the Economics Classroom.”  L. Dee Fink and Arletta Knight Fink, eds.  New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 119: 25-33.

Edited Volume                                                    

  • Nantz, Kathryn, editor.  (2014) Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching.  Published by US-Central Asia Education Foundation.  CreateSpace Amazon Publishing System.

Conference Presentations


  • “Using Interdisciplinary Insights to Build Efficient and Effective Reading Skills.”  With William Abbott.  SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah Georgia.  March 25, 2015.

  • Determining the Impact of the GED and Literacy Education: The Mercy Learning Center Case Study”.  With Evan Anderson, undergraduate economics student co-author.  Annual Meetings of the Eastern Economic Association.  Boston, MA.  March 8, 2014.

  • “How much is a GED Worth?”  With Betsy Bowen.    The Ninth Biennial Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition.  University of Louisville.  October 18, 2012.

  • “Putting the Spotlight on Learning: Cultivating Self-Directed Learners by Design.”  With Suzanna Klaf.  The Teaching Professor Conference.  Washington, DC.  June 3, 2012.

  • Panel Presentation.  “Operationalizing Integrative Learning”.  NEEAN Dialogues on Integrative Learning.  Holy Cross, Worcester, MA.  March 25, 2011.

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