Department of Business

Dr. MaryRose Lamb Hart

Dr. MaryRose Lamb Hart

Professor, Business Management
Herrington Hall, Room 214

Faculty Advisor: Business Leadership Organizational Group (BLOG)



Ph.D., SPHR, GPHR Administration
Michigan State University, Lansing, MI
Cognates: Management and Labor Industrial Relations

M.A., Administration
Michigan State University, Lansing, MI

United Armed Forces Intelligence School
Air Intelligence and Image Interpretation

B.A., Political Science
Oakland University, Rochester, MI

Professional Experience

2013-Present, Professor
2010-2013, Associate Professor
2005-2010, Assistant Professor
Rogers State University, Claremore, OK

  • Teach/develop undergraduate business courses to/for both traditional and nontraditional students (see List of Courses Taught). Advise business students, freshman students, and transfer students in business.

08/01-07/05, Business Ethics Analyst

  • Conduct ethics audits, develop and present seminars in organizational ethics, eEvaluate organizational communications and consult on compensation packages.

08/97-08/01, Associate Professor
McKendree College, Lebanon, IL

  • Teach/develop undergraduate business courses to/for both traditional and nontraditional students (see List of Courses Taught). Advise business students, freshman students, and transfer students in business. Serve on college and division level committees (e.g. Academic Affairs Committee, Library Committee, Honors Committee). Serve as Faculty Advisor for business fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda. Serve as Faculty President and advisor for business fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda. Mentor junior faculty. Serve as Freshman Seminar Faculty and Advisor. Attend and present at national and regional conferences.

1995-1997, Coordinator, Internship Program
1991-1997, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

  • Develop and oversee internship sites. Assist students in the process of obtaining appropriate internships by listening, probing and advising the students. Develop and maintain liaisons with community, faculty, students and staff. Manage the internship office. Teach graduate/undergraduate courses in management and organization.

1984-1990, Assistant Professor
1981-1984, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX

  • Teach graduate course in Human Resource Management in Nutrition Systems. Conduct management workshops for health professionals. Teach graduate level courses in personnel and labor relations, management and organization and communication. Maintain liaisons with the community.

1982-1992, Assistant Professor
Houston Baptist University, Houston, TX

Academic Honors

  • Nominated for Outstanding Faculty Award, Rogers State University
  • Sam Walton Fellow, Students In Free Enterprise, Rogers State University
  • Nominated for the Mary Bremmer Award, Outstanding Faculty Saint Louis University
  • Member Phi Delta Kappa
  • Member Sigma Beta Delta
  • Distinguished Scholar Award
  • Nominated by the College of Allied Health for University Outstanding Faculty Award
  • Selected for Academic Vice President’s Committee on Advising
  • Nominated for Outstanding Academic Advisor Award
  • Selected as Outstanding Faculty Advisor
  • Nominated for "Outstanding Business Teacher of the Year” Award

Proffessional Memberships

  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Sigma Beta Delta
  • Society of Human Resource Management

Courses Taught by Area

In the past 20 years, I have taught (T), revised (R) and/or developed (D) the following courses:

  • Communications as an Administration Tool (D,T)*+
  • Managerial Communications (D,T)+
  • Negotiation Skills for Administrators (D,T)*
  • Training and Development (T,R)*
  • Consumer Behavior (T,R)+
  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (T,R)
  • International Business (D,T)+
Health Care Administration*
  • Ambulatory Care Administration (D,T)
  • Applied Management for Health Care Administration (D,T)
  • Case Studies in Health Care Administration (D,T)
  • Critical Issues in Health Policy, (T)
  • Health Care Information Systems and Computer Applications (T,R)
  • Health Care Personnel and Labor Relations (T,R)
  • Hospital Organization and Operations (T,R)
  • Long-Term Care Administration (D,T)
  • Medical Group Management (D,T)
  • Negotiation Skills for Administrators (D,T)
  • Quality Assurance and Risk Management (T,D,R)
  • Training and Development (T,R)
Human Resources
  • Advanced Personnel and Labor Relations, (D, T)*
  • Compensation also titled Wage and Salary Administration, Total Rewards (D, T, R)*+
  • Human Relations (T)+
  • Personnel and Labor Relations also titled Human Resource Management (D, T)*+
  • Training and Development  also titled Human Resource Development (T, R)*
  • Applied Theory in Organizational and Strategic Management (T)*
  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (T, R)+
  • Communications as an Administration Tool (D, T)*
  • Compensation Management (D, T)*+
  • The Emerging World of E-commerce (D
  • International Business +
  • Managerial Communications (D, T)+
  • Management Information Systems (T, R)+
  • Management and Organization (T, R)*+
  • Management Theory and Practice (T)+
  • Negotiation Skills for Administrators (D, T)*
  • Organizational Behavior (D, T)*+
  • Organizational Development (T, R)*
  • Organizations: Structure/Process/Behavior (T, R)*
  • Quality Assurance and Risk Management (T, D, R)*
  • Training and Development (T, R)*

*taught at graduate level
+taught at undergraduate level


  • Invited to be a session speaker at Sigma Beta Delta Triennial Convention, The Place of Ethics in Developing Leaders, November 3, 2007
  • Co-presented at the SOFE conference, Oklahoma City, October 29, 2007
  • Co-conducted Supervisors Workshops, Innovation Center, Rogers State Unversity, 2006/07
  • Conducted Myers Briggs Type Indicator Workshops, February 2006/present
  • Presentation to ISA board members, "Impact of Technology on Doing Business Globally” Laguna Bach, CA, January 2001
  • Co-presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Folklore Association, "Coming of Age in Absentia”, Columbus, OH, October 2000
  • Co-presented a session at the Regional Lilly Conference on Technology:  Lessons from Noah: Surviving with Technology:  "Sliding through Cyberspace: Ethical Dilemmas in an E-based Universe.”, Valparaiso, IN, March 2000
  • Co-presented a workshop on teaching ideas gathered from the Lilly Conference with two other McKendree College faculty, January 2000
  • Speaker, "Relationship between the MBTI and Staff Behavior”, St. Louis, March 1997
  • Presented workshops on team behaviors to employees of various educational and industrial companies, 1991-1994
  • Presented workshops to health care professionals in areas of staff development and human resource management, Houston hospital, 1985-1990
  • Presented workshops on Human Resource Management to the Faculty and Residents in the Community Psychiatric Department of the Baylor College of Medicine, April 1988, April 1989
  • Selected as Session Co-Chairman (1988 National Council on Aging Conference) for the discussion of the Analysis of the 1985 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey data tapes, 1988
  • Major presenter at the South Texas Chapter of Hospital Food Service Supervisors Annual Workshop, May 1988
  • Presented a Workshop to the Houston Hospital Personnel Society entitled "Personnel Versus Human Resources Management: What should we do?”, April 1987
  • Presented a Workshop, "Management Styles As Predicted by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator” to the Nursing Education Staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital, June 1987
  • Developed and organized a faculty and staff communication workshop sponsored by The Texas Woman’s University Funding Council and the Faculty Development Council at the Houston Center, February, 1987
  • Presented an in-depth seminar on labor relations to the professional dietetics staff, Veterans Administration Hospital, 1986
  • Presented health care options and benefits, compensation schedule for negotiation. United Auto Workers/Mgt. negotiating teams, April, 1979
  • Presented procedures for classification study by Employee Relations Department, Oakland University.  Members of The United Auto Workers/Clerical-Technical Local 1925, 1979-1980
  • Presented recommendations for reorganization.  Members of the Development Fund Board, Michigan State University, 1978
  • Presented national research into programs and curriculum (academic and world experience) for lifelong learning.  Information given in presentation was used to determine direction of Justin Morrill College.  Michigan State University Committee, 1976
  • Ingham County Senior Citizen Workshop-Chairman, Introductory Speaker and Program Coordinator for the purpose of bringing the community college to the local senior citizens, 1976
  • Senior Citizen Day at Lansing Community College Chairman and Introductory Speaker, Chaired mini-seminar sessions on group dynamics, educational opportunities.   etc., 1976
  • Presented philosophical framework for implementation of changes in educational curriculum within the State Elementary Program Review Committee, 1975
  • Developed and presented training program for USAF pilots and navigators. Air Force personnel on Okinawa, 1970-1971
  • Presented classified intelligence seminars for use in policy formation. Department of Defense, 1968-1970


Paper accepted by Journal of Philosophy and History of Education, 2008

"Classification and descriptions of non-exempt employees in the Manufacturing area” Used by a manufacturing firm to reorganize its work force and establish correct pay grades, 1982

"Model of Classification System for the Clerical-Technical Employees” Used by Oakland University’s Employee Relations Department, 1980

"Procedures fro Determining Availability Using Eight-Factor Analysis.” Co-authored, used by Michigan State University as database for affirmative action, 1978

"Workplace Study for Reorganization” Study was carried out and written up to be used as a guide to the reorganization of a division within Michigan State University, 1978

"Study of the Development Program (DP) Student at Michigan State University.” Used by Michigan State University’s Academic Vice President to establish base line data on the attrition rate, performance and choice of majors for special admissions students, 1977

"An Analysis of the Characteristics of the Returning-Non-returning Older Adult Student in a Community College Setting” Used to determine the characteristics of the older students at the post secondary level, 1977

"Aging Resources Consortium Newsletter.” Monthly newsletter used to review and report on current research, publications and curriculum in the field of aging.  The newsletter was sent to over 500 nationwide subscribers, including universities, colleges and interested individuals, 1975-76

Department of Defense Technical Intelligence Manuals (titles classified). Author and co-author of four manuals used as texts in the Armed Forces Intelligence School and as reference tools in the Worldwide Military Intelligence community, 1968-70