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Cheryl Babcock, C.F.E., M.B.A.

Cheryl Babcock
Lecturer
babcockc@nova.edu
Cheryl R. Babcock, CFE, teaches undergraduate courses in Franchise Management, Small Business Management, Entrepreneurial Opportunities & Analysis, Running Your Business, and Maturing Businesses. She received the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award from the Huizenga Business College. She is the Director of the Razor's Edge Shark Cage Scholars Program, a premier scholarship program for students who demonstrate outstanding entrepreneurial potential. She presently oversees 42 students in the program. She works with students in developing on-campus, student-run businesses. During 2019-2020, she oversaw the operations of 20 student-run, on-campus businesses and conducted 17 Grand Openings. She identified the optimal four-year curricular and co-curricular requirements; attends weekly logistical and leadership council meetings; developed a student-interview questionnaire and rubric for evaluating potential students; an elevator pitch rubric, Shark Pitch rubric, and Shark Funding Pitch rubric to evaluate students on their business ideas. She also oversees the internship program for the Entrepreneurship Department.
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Thomas Tworoger, Fred Forgey, & Silvia Orta Entrepreneurs in Cuba: Exploration through experiential learning. Advances In Research Symposium 2019.

Thomas Tworoger, J. Jones, & Ana Fins "Boss Woman" – A Case Study of Dahlia Mertens, Founder and CEO of Mary Jane's Medicinals, and the Cannabis Industry. 2018.

Thomas Tworoger, Kimberly Deranek, Grant Richards, & Edie Schmidt Resistance or Acquiescence: Student Perception of Software Surveillance during a Team-Based Simulation. 2015.

 

Entrepreneurs in Cuba: Exploration through experiential learning , Advance in Business Research Symposium, 2019, Fort Smith, Arkansas

"Boss Woman" - A case study of Dahlia Mertens, founder and CEO of Mary Jane's Medicinals, and the cannabis industry, The International Journal of Case Research & Application, 2018, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Resistance or Acquiescence: Sturdent Perception of Software Surveillance during a Team-Based Simulations, Allied Academies International Conference, 2015,

Telework: Exploring the Personal Dimensions of Socio-Technical Theory, Advances in Business Research Symposium, 2013,

 

Ryan Atkins, Thomas Tworoger, & Peter Gianiodis (2020). Sola Salons Studios: Managing the Challenges of Growth in the Sharing Economy. Case Research Journal 39(4), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger, Preston Jones, & Antonio Fins (2018). "Boss Woman" A case study of Dahlia Mertens, founder and CEO of Mary Jane's Medicinals, and the cannabis industry. The International Journal of Case Research & Application (2), pp. 57-72.

Kimberly Deranek, Thomas Tworoger, Grant Richards, & Edith Schmidt (2016). Resistance or Acquiescence: Student Perception of Software Surveillance during a Team-Based Simulation. Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues 18(3), pp. 15-29.

Thomas Tworoger, Cynthia Ruppel, & Leslie Tworoger (2013). Telework: Exploring the Personal Dimensions of Socio-Technical Theory. Advances in Business Research 3(1), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger, L Chandler, E Scott, & J Stodder (2012). Innovation and recoverable slack interaction: How does it affect firm performance?. Advances in Business Research 2(1), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger, Rosalie Lober, & J Jones (2011). The Age of the New Entrepreneur: The Case Study Approach to 7 Principles for Boosting PROFITS, Priorities/ROI Decision Matrix and Business Reality Change Model. Advances in Business Research 1(1), pp. 188-209.

Nicholas Castaldo, Thomas Tworoger, & Daniel Cantillo (2010). Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza. International Journal of Case Method Research 3(2010), pp. 223.

R. Lober, Thomas Tworoger, & Preston Jones (2010). The Age of the New Entrepreneur: The Case Study Approach to 7 Principles for Boosting PROFITS, Priorities/ROI Decision Matrix and Business Reality Change Model. Advances in Business Research 1(1), pp. 188-197.

Leslie Tworoger, S Abdullah, & Thomas Tworoger (2009). The role of microfinance in leadership and empowerment of women in developing countries: A closer look at Garmeen Bank and BRAC in Bangladesh. Journal of the International Society of Business Disciplines 4(I), pp. 1-21.

Leslie Tworoger, Judith Harris, & Thomas Tworoger (2008). Long Term Survival and Quality Information Systems: A Lonitudinal Case Study. Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal 11(1), pp. 89-103.

Robert Preziosi, David Cobb, & Thomas Tworoger (2007). Laundromax: An Entrepreneurial Case Study. Journal of Business Case Studies 3(1), pp. 15-22.

Thomas Tworoger & Leslie Tworoger (2006). An Empirical Study of Leader Power In Public Bureaucratic and Private Non-Profit Organizations. Journal of Business and Leadership 2(1), pp. .

Leslie Tworoger & Thomas Tworoger (2006). An Empirical Study of Public Bureaucratic and Private non-Profit Organizations and the Adoption of a Market Orientation. Journal of Business and Leadership 2(1), pp. .

Keith Cobb, Thomas Tworoger, & Robert Preziosi (2006). Laundromax: An entrepreneurial business case study. Journal of Business Case Studies 1(1), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger & Robert Preziosi (2005). An Examination of Succesful Leadership Power Base Perceptions. Journal of Business and Leadership 1(1), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger & Richard Hodgetts (2003). A conversation with AutoNation's Milke Maroone. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 9(4), pp. .

Leslie Tworoger & Thomas Tworoger (2001). A Conversation with Michael S. Egan. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 6(1), pp. .

Thomas Tworoger & Leslie Tworoger (2001). A Conversation with Michael Egan. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 6(1), pp. .

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