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Academic Expectations

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Howdy Partners! Today's lesson is actually the text of a presentation given to all incoming freshmen at Oklahoma State University during Freshman Orientation and Enrollment. It lets you know exactly what college professors expect from you, and gives you some suggestions to ensure your academic success. Today's author is Ken Eastman.gif (40743 bytes)Dr. Ken Eastman - who, incidentally was my Advisor in graduate school (does anyone else think I look older than he does?). He wrote the introduction himself.

I grew up on a small farm (160 acres) outside of Callender, Iowa. I received two associates degrees from Iowa Central Community College, my Bachelors and Masters degrees from Iowa State University and my Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. Previous to my academic career I worked construction, was a disk jockey, and a warehouse supervisor. For the past seven years I have been on the faculty of Oklahoma State University and I am presently an associate professor of management. I live in beautiful Stillwater, Oklahoma right here in the good ol' US of A. My research interests center primarily around leadership, extrarole behaviors, and organizational politics (this explains my devotion to Dilbert!). Teaching-wise, I offer a wide range of classes at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. This semester I am the advisor for Business Student Council...a fine bunch of business students!


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