View Faculty List Cynthia Barnes, Ph.D. Associate Professor, M.S. in Organization Leadership M.S. in Organizational Leadership<br />Undergraduate programs College for Professional Studies firstname.lastname@example.org ProfessionalBioResearch &ScholarshipAwards &RecognitionInvolvement& Service Professional Bio Degrees Ph.D., Human and Organizational Systems, Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, Calif. Master of Arts, Organization Development, Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, Calif. M.A.T. (Teaching), Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago Professional Credentials & Memberships Certified 4MAT Learning Styles Trainer Academic & Professional Experience Teaching: Associate Professor, M.S. Organization Leadership, Faculty Adviser, School of Management, Regis University Consultant and Professor, Curriculum and Instruction, American College of Education/DePaul University, Chicago, Ill. Acting Associate Vice Chancellor/Executive Director, Curriculum and Instruction, Adult Education, City Colleges of Chicago, Ill. Executive Director/Operations Manager/Policy Analyst, Education Commission of the States, Denver, Colo. Dean, Educational Development and Faculty Services, Community College of Aurora, Colo. Other: Chief Empowerment Officer/Learning Evocateur, Learning4Change, Denver, Colo. Research & Scholarship Publications Barnes, C.D. (2012). “It’s a Matter of Style: Using the Teaching/Learning Cycle to Develop Holistic Instruction. Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, the inaugural issue. Barnes, C.D. (2005.) The Woo Woo Sisters’ Wee Book of Wisdom: Just Some Little Life Essentials I Wished I Had Known When. Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Publishing. Barnes, C. (Summer 2005). “Critical Thinking: Its Past, Its Present, Its Future.” In Critical Thinking: Unfinished Business. A New Directions in Community Colleges sourcebook. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Barnes, C. (1998). (Ed.) Accountability in Action. Denver, CO: Advanced Learning Press. Barnes, C. (1997). Manager’s Portfolio of Model Memos for Every Occasion, Revised and Expanded. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Presentations A Matter of Style: Using the Teaching/Learning Cycle to Design Engaging Instruction for Adult Learners. 2012 Council for Accelerated Programs (CAP) Council. Denver, Colorado. So You Think You Want to Be A Director: Leadership Skills for Aspiring Directors. 2012 Association of University Presses National Convention. Chicago, Illinois. What Do Advisors Do? Advising Accountability for Tough Times. NACADA Region 10 Conference. Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2010. The Precision Writing Program. National Center for Academic Transformation Redesign Conference. Orlando, Florida, 2010. Adult Learners: Getting Students, Not Faculty, to ‘Cover the Material’. Front Range Community College. Westminster, Colorado, 2009. Writing Excellence and Contextualized Learning. Regis University, College for Professional Studies. Denver, Colorado, 2009. Mind Mapping: Same Road, Different Destinations. University of Denver, Center for Teaching Excellence. Denver, Colorado, 2006. Creating Career Pathways to Teaching for High School Students: The Developmental Waves. Arizona State Department of Education. Tucson, Arizona, 2006. Critical Thinking: Educational Imperative. National Association of Jewish Day Schools. Livingston, New Jersey, 2005. It’s a Matter of Style. Illinois Adult and Continuing Education Conference. Springfield, Illinois, 2005; Truman College, City Colleges of Chicago, 2004. Developing Career Bridge Programs. Fourth Annual Postsecondary Education for Ohio’s Low-Wage Workers’ Conference. KnowledgeWorks Foundation. Columbus, Ohio, 2005. Workforce Preparation Academy Training Institute. City Colleges of Chicago, Illinois, 2005, 2004. Teaching and Learning So All Students Achieve. Workshops. Youngstown, Ohio, Public Schools, 2005, 2004. The Developmental Waves of Teachers as Learners. Keynote Presentation. The Seven Common Graces: Civility on the College Campus. Workshop Presentation. Professional Development Conference. J. Sargent Reynolds Community College. Richmond, Virginia, 2004. Awards & Recognition Nominated for President’s Award, Regis University, Spring, 2013 Community Involvement & Service Advisory Committee. Denver International School at Montbello. Denver, Colorado. 2011-Present. Academic Policy and Planning Committee, Regis University, 2011-Present. Promotion and Tenure Committee, Regis University. 2012 – Present. School of Management Curriculum Committee, Regis University. 2012 – Present. Co-editor, Council for Accelerated Programs’ Newsletter. 2011 – 2012. Writer, editor, publisher, School of Management Newsletter. 2010 – 2013. Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal Management Team. 2011 – Present.