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Marsha L. Jance

Associate Professor of Business Administration
Hayes Hall 255R
(765) 973-8341
mjance@iue.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Management Science, Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart School of Business
  • M.B.A., Benedictine University
  • M.S., Management Information Systems, Benedictine University
  • B.S., Mathematics, Saint Joseph's College
  • B.S., Computer Science, Saint Joseph's College

Current Research Interests

Big data, project management, analytics, developing case studies for quantitative, technical, and business courses for student learning and assessment purposes.

Publications

  • Jance, M. (2014). The grad school funding game. Academy of Business Research Journal Volume II 2014, 48-54.
  • Jance, M. (2014). The resort. Journal of Marketing Perspectives Volume I 2014. 87-97.
  • Jance, M. (2013). The bakery. Journal of Business Case Studies Volume 9 (6). 415-427.
  • Jance, M. (2013). The dean's dilemma. Journal of Business Cases and Applications Volume 10.
  • Jance. M. (2013). That pesky golf game and the dreaded stats class. Journal of Business Cases and Applications Volume 8, 22-30.
  • Jance, M. & Morgan, A. (2013). Critical learning skills for business students. American Journal of Business Education 6 (1), 25-31.
  • Jance, M. (2012). Statistics and the entrepreneur. Academy of Business Research Journal Volume I 2012, 35-39.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2012). Min and max log-logistic extreme interval values. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 10 (2), 125-129.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2011). Min and max extreme interval values. American Journal of Business Education, 4 (10), 17-21.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2010). Min and max triangular extreme interval values and statistics. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 8 (9), 139-146.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2009). Min and max uniform extreme interval values and statistics. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 7 (1), 47-51.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2009). Min and max exponential extreme interval values and statistics. American Journal of Business Education, 2 (1), 47-51.
  • Jance, M., & Thomopoulos, N. (2008). Min and max normal extreme interval values and statistics. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 6 (8), 5-10.

Papers Accepted for Publication

  • Jance, M. The woodworker's website. a project management case study. (Accepted and expected to publish in one of the Academic Business World journals in 2014/2015).
  • Jance, M. The hot dog stand: a business 101 capstone project. (Accepted and expected to publish in one of the Academy of Business Research journals in 2014/2015).

Selected Offices Held in National/International Professional Organizations

  • ACBSP Great Lakes Council Treasurer (2009 to Present)
  • ACBSP Great Lakes Council Secretary (2009 to 2012)

Selected Memberships in National/International Professional Organizations

  • Project Management Institute
  • Decision Sciences Institute
  • ACBSP