• Eugene Wilkerson
  • Eugene Wilkerson, Ph.D, S.P.H.R., S.H.R.M.-S.C.P.

    Associate Professor & Director, Workforce, Employment & Lifelong Learning (WELL) Center

    Organizational Leadership, Human Resource Management

    College of Business and Economics

    303.964.5271
    ewilkers@regis.edu

Professional Bio

Education
  • Ph.D. 2012, Educational Leadership, Research, and Policy - College of Education, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
  • M.S. 2007, Organizational Leadership and Ethics - College of Management and Business, St. Edwards University, Austin, Texas
  • B.S. 1993, Political Science - College of Liberal Arts, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Certifications
  • Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) Designation
  • Society for Human Resources Management, Senior Certified Professional

Research & Scholarship

Research Interests
  • The future of business education in higher education
  • Human capital strategies
  • Higher education assessment, evaluation and accreditation
Peer Reviewed Publications
  • Harmon, C., Carne, G., Lizardy-Hajbi, K., & Wilkerson, E. (2010). Access to higher education for undocumented students: "Outlaws" of social justice, equity, and equality. Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education, 5(1), 67-82.
Peer Reviewed Presentations
  • Wilkerson, E. (2014), Identity Crisis within Nonprofit Education? A Review of Department Mission Statements. Denver, Colorado: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action.
  • Vrba, T. and Wilkerson, E. (2014). Workload Allocation in Higher Education. Napa, California: Western Academy of Management Conference.
  • Wilkerson, E. (2013). The evolving role of advisors focused on transfer students. Denver: College Personnel Association of Colorado Annual Drive-In Conference – Taking Higher Education to Higher Elevations in Student Affairs
  • Wilkerson, E. (2012). The use of web-based video recording tools to supplement online learning, Denver, Colorado: Regis University Education Technology Conference
  • Wilkerson, E. (2010). Learning Communities for Students with a Military Affiliation. Boston: American College Personnel Association Annual Conference
  • Harmon, C., Wilkerson, E., & Carne, G. (2010). Access to Higher Education for Undocumented Students: An Ethic and Policy Perspective. Colorado Springs: Culturally Responsive Teaching, Leadership, and Counseling Symposium.
  • Harmon, C., Wilkerson, E., Carne, G., & Savage, B. (2009). Access to Higher Education for Undocumented Students: An Ethical Perspective. Denver: National Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference
Non Peer Reviewed Presentations
  • Wilkerson, E. (2015). Capacity Building in the Black Community: A 21st Perspective. Denver, Colorado; Regis Groff Distinguished Lecture Series April 18, 2015
  • Wilkerson, E. (2014). Gaining Ground: Community Education Program. Denver, Colorado; PBS Live Television Event September 27, 2014
  • Wilkerson, E. (2014). Sustainability Saves the Day. Beaver Creek, Colorado; Colorado Habitat Camp Colorado Featured Presentation
  • Wilkerson, E. (2013). Losing Ground: Community Education Program. Denver, Colorado; PBS Live Television Event September 21, 2013
  • Wilkerson, E. (2012). Volunteer Leadership. Beaver Creek, Colorado; Colorado Habitat Camp Colorado Continuing Education Conference.
  • Wilkerson, E. (2011). Leaders as Visionaries in Nonprofit Organizations. Beaver Creek, Colorado: Colorado Habitat Executive Directors Retreat.
  • Wilkerson, E. (2011). The State of Nonprofit Education. Denver, Colorado: Habitat for Humanity State Organization Conference.
  • Wilkerson, E. (2011). The application of Ignatian Pedagogy in the Global Nonprofit Leadership Department. Denver: Regis University. Ignatian Faculty Scholars Program Meeting