Madsen, Susan R.
Title:
Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership & Ethics
Office:
WB 225
Phone:
801.863.6176
Fax:
801.863.7396
Mail Code:
119
Curriculum Vita
Last Updated: 12/17/14 -

Professor of Management 
Orin R. Woodbury Professorship in Leadership and Ethics


Dr. Susan R. Madsen is a Professor of Management in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University. She is also the Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership and Ethics. Susan is a leadership and change consultant and loves to teach, research, and write. She also enjoys her involvement in various service assignments and activities. She recently completed directing the Utah Women and Education Project for the state of Utah and continues to work with key Utah stakeholders on related efforts. In August of 2013, she founded the Utah Women and Leadership Project that she continues to direct today.


Susan R. Madsen has been at UVU since 2002.

 See Curriculum Vitae link to the right for details of research/scholarship, teaching, service, and related work. Also see http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/ for information and links to my articles, presentations, books, and more. Check out this YouTube video to learn more about the work I have been doing for the state in recent years!

 

IMPORTANT LINKS

Utah Women and Leadership Project (UWLP)
Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN)
ILA Women and Leadership Affinity Group
Utah Women and Education Project (UWEP)
Utah Women and Education Initiative (UWEI)
Asilomar Declaration & Call to Action on Women and Leadership

 

EDUCATION

Ed.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota, 2001
M.S. in Exercise Science and Wellness from Portland State University, 1991
B.A. in Speech Communication Education from Brigham Young University, 1985

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Professor, Utah Valley University, 2011-Present
Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership and Ethics, 2009-Present 
Associate Professor, Utah Valley University, 2005-2011
Assistant Professor, Utah Valley State College, 2002-2005
Adjunct Faculty, Brigham Young University, 2001-2002
Adjunct Faculty, University of Minnesota, 1999-2001
Adjunct Faculty, AnokaRamsey Community College, 1998-1999
Part-time Faculty, Crafton Hills Community College, 1995-1997
Teaching Associate, Loma Linda Medical University, 1993-1994
Adjunct Faculty, Portland Community College, 1991-1992
Secondary School Teacher, Hillcrest Junior High, Murray, Utah, 1985-1987

 

EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Women and leadership
Women and education
Ethics
Training and development
Organization development and change
Individual change
Leadership development
Strategic faculty development
Work-life integration
Academic service-learning

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

International Leadership Association (ILA)
Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD)
Academy of Management (AOM)
Western Academy of Management (WAM)
Worldwide Organization for Women (WOW)