Kenneth Campbell

Associate Professor of Management Emeritus



Dr. Campbell received a B.S. degree in Production/Operations Management along with a M.B.A. in Strategic Planning.  He changed direction at the post-graduate level and earned a Ph.D. in Human Resource Development and Organizational Psychology.  Professor Campbell has, as of 2014, taught undergraduate and graduate courses for 26 years.  Having taught 220+ courses over those years, he specializes in graduate-level leadership and strategic management courses.  At the undergraduate-level he focuses on management and strategy courses.  His research interests have evolved from emotions and psychology in the workplace to publishing a paper in a leadership journal entitled, "Mythology as a the original framework in the development of leadership principles (2013)."  Currently, he is working on a conceptual paper involving the "pscyhobiological origins of inspiration."

Dr. Campbell played Division I athletics (baseball) at Miami University and is an avid golfer, still scoring in the low-80's, and an accomplished sailor on Lake Michigan having raced in 200+ races and logged over 5,000 miles on the lake.