Dr. Jon Anderson serves as the provost and vice president for academic affairs at Southern Utah University. As SUU’s provost, Dr. Anderson will oversee university matters that affect academic programs, scholarly and creative efforts, and outreach involving faculty, students and staff. He will provide leadership for academic quality, academic appointments, tenure and promotion, as well as fostering a positive learning environment.
Dr. Anderson comes to SUU from Middle Georgia State University where he served as provost and vice president of academic affairs. Bringing 15 years of experience in higher education administration to SUU, he has previously filled the roles of deputy provost, associate vice president of academic affairs, accreditation liaison, associate dean, and director of the MBA program at the University of West Georgia.
Originally from Utah, Dr. Anderson has spent the majority of his adult life in Georgia. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration: Management from the University of Kentucky, a Master's in Business Education from what is now the University of West Georgia, and a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from Utah State University.
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Areas of Expertise (11)
Online Learning Strategies in Higher Education
Higher Education Leadership
Small Buisness Management
Human Resources Management
Administration in Higher Education
Higher Education Curriculum Development
Georgia WebMBA Annual Faculty Teaching Award
Richards College of Business Faculty Research Award
Richards College of Business Faculty Service Award
University of Kentucky: Ph.D., Business Administration: Managment
University of West Georgia: M.Ed., Business Education
Utah State University: B.S., Sociology
Ricks College: A.A.S., General Studies
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Southern Utah University names new provost
Dr. Jon Anderson has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Southern Utah University.
Alex Koohang, Jeretta Horn Nord, Joanna Paliszkiewicz, and Jonathan Anderson
The purpose of this paper is to build an awareness-centered information security policy (ISP) compliance model, asserting that awareness is the key to ISP compliance and that awareness depends upon several variables that influence successful ISP compliance.
John Upson, Naga Damaraju, Jonathan Anderson, and Jay Barney
Current research favors diversity within strategic networks as a source of idea generation and opportunity pursuit. However, diversity may not always be advantageous.
Our economy is slowly shifting from a manufacturing base to a service base. Yet, management literature has been slow to respond. We know little about the unique challenges faced by managers in the service sector. This paper reviews literature on research on management practice and employee perceptions that lead to positive customer outcomes.
MGMT 4195 Strategic Management (Middle Georgia State University)
A capstone course designed to integrate knowledge gained in the various functional business areas and to exercise the student's analytical skills.
MGNT 6660 Strategic Management (University of West Georgia)
An integrative approach to the study of the total enterprise from the executive management's point of view.
BUS 367 Marketing Research (Brea College)
Introduces the various research methods used to collect and evaluate information for marketing design making.