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Fort Hays State University
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McCartney Hall 113
Phone: 785-628-4772
Email: abs@fhsu.edu
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Dr. Wally Guyot

Professor of Business Education & Corporate Communication

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Office: McCartney Hall 323
Office Phone: 785-628-4534
E-mail: wguyot@fhsu.edu

Degrees:
B.S. Northern State University, 1963
M.S. Northern State University, 1967
Ph.D. University of North Dakota, 1973

Courses Taught:
Business Communication
Office Management
Office Information Systems
Teaching Office Information Systems
Techniques of Teaching Business and Accounting
Business Research Methods

Other Professional Activities:
Kansas Business Education Association

Publications:
"Color as Predictor of the Perceived Effectiveness of a Supply and Demand Line-Graph." The Southwestern Business Administration Journal.

"An Integrative Analysis of Benjamin Bloom's Cognitive Domain and Bruce Tuckman's Developmental Model" Journal of Business and Leadership: Review, Practice, and Teaching

"Comparison of High School Computing Usage in Kansas and Missouri" Southwest Business Symposium Proceedings

"Are CommUniversities on the Horizon?" Abstract in Southwest Business Symposium Proceedings

"Are Schools Moving to Mobile Computing?" Abstract in Southwest Business Symposium Proceedings

Dr. Guyot has been at Fort Hays State University since 1979. He was chair of the Department of Business Education and Office Administration from 1979 to 1995, and also served as chair of the Department of Teacher Education from 1996 to 1998. Dr. Guyot also taught at Tennessee Technological University for six years, Southwest Minnesota State University for three years, and five years at two high schools in South Dakota. A few of the courses taught at these universities are as follows: Introduction to Business, Records Management, Business Management, Credit Management, Personnel Selection and Recruitment, Data Processing, FORTRAN, BASIC, Introduction to Computer Systems, Real Estate, Keyboarding, Shorthand, Business Teaching Methods, Business Letter Writing, and Business Report Writing.
Dr. Guyot has been active in the Kansas Business Education Association, and served as treasurer and president of KBEA. He also served as the Kansas representative on the Mountain-Plains Business Association Board for three years, and has been a member of the National Business Education Association for many years. Finally, Dr. Guyot has been a Rotarian since 1980, serving as as the club secretary for six years and president for one year. He served as a multi-district trainer for club secretaries for three years and is proud to be a Paul Harris Fellow.

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