Scott Dunbar, D.B.A.
Associate Professor of Human Resource Management Program Director of Doctorate in Business Administration (Online)
Office Phone: (951) 343-2193 E-mail: email@example.com Office Location: Tyler Plaza, Suite 300 Office Hours: By appointment
|D.B.A.||Human Resources||Liberty University||2017|
|MBA||Healthcare||Loma Linda University||2009|
|B.S.||Business Administration||University of California, Riverside||2000|
Human Resource Management
Business & Organizational Management
Management with Biblical Foundation
Business Policy & Strategy
Information Systems Essentials
Business IT Applications
Communication Strategy in Management
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
-Differntiation of Self
-Alternatives to traditional textbooks.
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Thai, Y., Frederick, T., Dunbar, S. (2021). Coping with pastoral burnout using Christian contemplative practices. Religions, 12, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12060378
Avila, J., Rapp, R., Dunbar, S., Jackson, A. (2020). Burnout and Worklife in Disaster Restoration: Maslach Burnout Inventory and Areas of Worklife Survey. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management – American Society of Civil Engineers
Dunbar, S., Frederick, T., Thai, Y., Gill, J. (2020). Calling, caring, and connecting: burnout in Christian Ministry. Mental Health, Religion & Culture. doi:10.1080/13674676.2020.1744548Simnjanovski, R., Sturz, D., Ardito, R., Dunbar, S., Keneaster, J., Snowden, D. (2020). Personalized weekly overviews: A comparison of text and video announcements measuring student engagement, achievement and misunderstanding in an only classroom. Contemporary Issues in Education Research.
Frederick, T., Dunbar, S. (2019). Calling, connecting, and caring: A Christian approach to burnout caused by work and family conflict. Lexington Books.Frederick, T., Dunbar, S., & Thai, Y. (2017). Burnout in Christian Perspective. Pastoral Psychology(1573-6679), 1-10. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-017-0799-4
Frederick, T., Dunbar, S., Purrington, S., Fisher S., Ardito, R. (2017, September). Exploring the relative contributions of self and mindfulness differentiation for predicting burnout. Nova Science Publishers
Ardito, R., Simnjanovski, R., Sturz, D., Dunbar, S. (2017, January). Personalized weekly overviews: A comparison of text and video notifications measuring student engagement, achievement and misunderstanding in an online classroom. Presented at Clute Institute International Conference on Education with co-authors Riste Simnjanovski and Dominick Sturz
Frederick, T., Purrington, S., & Dunbar, S. (2016). Differentiation of self, religious coping, and subjective well-being. Mental Health Religion & Culture, 19(6), 1-12. doi:10.1080/13674676.2016.1216530Simnjanovski, R., Morris, E., Dunbar, S., Ardito, R. (2016, January).
Trashing your textbook: Self-Regulated learning through the use of vignettes, cases, primary sources and the real world as an alternative to publisher texts. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education
Church Membership & Activities
Member of Sandals Church.
Past and present church service:
Marriage Mentor (Lead 8-week sessions for pre-marriage couples; mentor marriages in crisis).
Small Group Leader for multiple Marriage and Family community groups.
Process new families into children's ministry.
Check in Attendant.
Cabin Leader at men's retreat.
Copied sermons to CDs.
Community Service & Involvement
Assist in teaching Jiu Jitsu classes.
Participate in annual Dr. Seuss at local elementary school.
Head Coach and Assistant for youth baseball teams.
Head Coach and Assistant for youth soccer teams.
Interests & Hobbies
Family, Jiu Jitsu, sports, and working out. Go Dodgers!
Philippians 4 4:7
Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.