William J. Tetu

I completed my undergraduate degree at the United States Military Academy at West Point, my masters’ degree at the University of Kansas and Boston University, and my doctorate degree at Argosy University. My dissertation was a research study that investigated the relationships between mathematics anxiety, test anxiety, and mathematics performance in adult college students

I have served as chair of several doctoral committees that have used qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods designs. I also served on a university Institutional Review Board for 5 years and as a co-chair for one year

I spent 30 years in the US Army and worked for Honeywell as a business manager before studying for my doctorate. I also worked at the United States Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base doing program evaluation for the global war against terrorism to include analyses of the cultural, economic, political and religious variables that may predict an individual’s likelihood of committing terrorism.

I have been teaching research courses at Taft University for almost 4 years.

I have taught adult students research methodology for a number of years in both traditional and online classrooms and I have found both experiences immensely enjoyable. Interestingly, I have found the give-and-take among learners and professors in online classrooms to be personal, comprehensive, and enjoyabe than in a traditional classroom.

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