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Fort Hays State University
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Dr. Robert Lloyd

Lloyd, RobertAssistant Professor
Contact Information:
Office: McCartney Hall 316
Office Phone: (785) 628-4329

D.B.A. in Management - George Fox University, 2017
M.B.A. in Management - Fort Hays State University, 2007
B.S. in Spanish - Fort Hays State University, 2005
B.B.A. in Management - Fort Hays State University, 2004

Courses Taught:
Human Resource Management
Principles of Management
Organizational Behavior

Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Lloyd, R. A., Zhang, C., & Rydin, S. (2017). The Halloween indicator is more treat than trick. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 17(6).

Vollrath, M., Lloyd, R. A., & Liu, Y. (2017). A new standard for global education: A case study of Duke Kunshan University. In Alphin, H. C., Lavine, J., & Chan, R. Y. (Eds.), Exploring the Future of Accessibility in Higher Education (in press), IGI Global.

Lloyd, R. A. (2015). A brief history of globalized markets: Implications for managers. Journal for Global Business Education,14, 5-11.

Lloyd, R. A. (2015). CHS Country Operations' international business strategy. Journal of the North American Management Society, 9(2), 66-84.

Lloyd, R. A. (2014). The Settlers of Catan® form a provincial government: An experiential exercise for the small business classroom. Journal for Global Business Education,13, 15-22.

Dr. Robert Lloyd received his undergraduate and master's degrees from Fort Hays State University and his doctorate degree from George Fox University in Newberg, OR. In addition to teaching management courses, he has also led students on travel courses to the Caribbean and Latin America.

Dr. Lloyd brings ten years of industry experience. In addition to private-industry consulting, he also managed his own fertilizer merchandising firm and real estate investments. He worked for six years as a commodities marketer for Koch Industries in Wichita, KS, spent several summers on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska as an outdoor adventure guide and manager, and served one season as auxiliary staff at McMurdo Station in Antarctica.

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