Meet Roxanne Hamilton
Chair of Business Department
M.Ed. Experienced Educator with a focus on Professional Development, Antioch New England Graduate School
- Thesis: ADD/ADHD Partners in Relationships
- B.A. English, Norwich University/Vermont College with an understudy in Dyslexia
- A.S. Business Education, Northampton Junior College
Courses taught at Landmark College
- Introduction to Business
- Principles of Management
- Human Relations Management
- Effective Business Communication
- Introduction to Marketing
- Business Seminar
- "Bringing Dialogue into the Classroom," presented at the 24th FYE Conference (Manchester, England - July 2011).
- "The LD Business Student as an Employee," presented at the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) National Conference (New Orleans, LA - June 2008).
- "The ADHD Co-Worker" presented at Vermont Women in Higher Education Conference (Fairlee, VT - November 2007).
- "The Outcome of Research Assessment" co-presenter at the New England Development Consortium (Westford, MA - November 2006).
- R&W Electric, LLC: Treasurer/Secretary (1977 - present)
- R&R Property Management, LLC: Co-Owner (2005 - present)
- General Business
- Human Resources Management
Roles at Landmark
- Founding Member, Business Program
- Associate Professor of Business
- Chairperson, Rank & Promotion Committee
- Member, ASD Studies Group
- Former member, Faculty Senate
- Learning Disabled Students in the context of Business Education
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Collaborative Learning
- ADHD in Relationships and Social Engagement in the Business World
- Deaf Learning Disabled Students
- The LD Employee
- ADHD Partners in Relationships.
- Business Ethics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Currently doing research on best teaching practices and designing a graduate summer course for LCIRT.
- Academy of Management
- Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
- ACBSP Bylaws Committee Member
- Alternative Energy
- International Business
- Small Business Taxes
Bio: Roxanne B. Hamilton, Associate Professor, teaches a wide variety of classes ranging from Introduction to Business to the Business Seminar. She is currently doing research on best teaching practices and designing a graduate summer course for LCIRT. She is also interested in the LD employee, speaking at numerous conferences on this topic, and has conducted previous research on ADHD Partners in Relationships. Business Ethics, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility are also areas of academic interest.