William J. Wilhelm, Ed. D.

Professor

Business Education, Information, and Technology

Management, Information Systems, and Business Education Department

Donald W. Scott College of Business

Indiana State University

Terre Haute, IN  47809

Office:  Room 715

Phone: (812) 237-2076

FAX (812) 237-8133     

    

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SPRING 2012 CLASSES

 

BUS 204, Ethics in Organizations, Tue. & Thu. 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

BUS 204, Ethics in Organizations, Tue. & Thu. 2:00 - 3:15 pm 

MGT 370, Business and Society Tue. & Thu. 3:30 - 4:45 pm

 

CURRENT RESEARCH

EDUCATION

 

Doctor of Education, Arizona State University, 1998.

Master of Education, Arizona State University, 1996.

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Ohio State University, 1969.

   

AWARDS AND HONORS

PUBLICATIONS

 

"Perceived Decision-Making Pressures on Community Bank Chief Executives," with William C. Minnis, Journal of the North American Management Society, Summer 2013, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 98-107.

 

"Financial Decision Making: A Study of Board Room Decision-Making Dynamics,"  Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Spring/Summer 2012, vol.  54, no. 1, pp. 27-40.  Association for Research in Business Education - Delta Pi Epsilon Independent Research Award, April 2014

 

"Ethics Instruction and Cultural Differences in an MBA Management Accounting Course," with Alan Czyzewski, The Coastal Business Journal, Spring 2012, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 100-108, available online at http://www.coastal.edu/business/cbj/spring2012issue/.

 

"Ethical Reasoning Instruction in Undergraduate Cost Accounting: A Non-Intrusive Approach," with Alan Czyzewski, Academy of Educational Leadership Journal (AELJ), 2012, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 131-142.  Also featured in Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings 2010, Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference. Little Rock, AR. 2010.

 

“Ethical Reasoning Instruction in Non-Ethics Business Courses:  A Non-Intrusive Approach,” Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2010, vol. 52, no. 3, pp. 152-167.

 

“Oops!  Wrong Attachment,” William Wilhelm & Jeffrey Harper in Case Studies in Computer Ethics, Peter F. Meggison, Editor. Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon, 2010, 38-42.

 

Economics and Personal Finance Education, 2009 National Business Education Association Yearbook, William Wilhelm, Editor.  Reston, VA: NBEA, No. 47, 2009.

 

"A Study of Electronic Detection and Pedagogical Approaches for Reducing Plagiarism," with Chia-An Chao and Brian Neurether, Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2009, vol. 50, no. 1, pp. 32-43.

 

"Integrating Instruction in Ethical Reasoning into Undergraduate Business Courses," Journal of Business Ethics Education, 2008, vol. 5.

 

“Marketing” Chapter 17 in Effective Methods of Teaching Business Education in the Twenty-First Century : National Business Education Association Yearbook, No. 46 2008.

 

"A Quasi-Experimental Study of Moral Reasoning of Undergraduate Business Students Using an Ethical Decision-Making Framework in a Basic Accounting Course," William J. Wilhelm and Alan B. Czyzewski, Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2006, vol. 48, no. 3 Received Delta Pi Epsilon Independent Research Award, 2008.

 

"Ethical Reasoning for the Business Classroom:  A Decision-Making Framework,"  Journal of Applied Research for Business Education, 2006, vol. 4, no. 2.

 

"Ethical Reasoning for the Business Classroom:  A Decision-Making Framework Sample Case," Journal of Applied Research for Business Education, 2006, vol. 4, no. 3.

 

"A Quasi-Experimental Study of Moral Reasoning of Undergraduate Business Students Using an Ethical Decision-Making Framework in a Basic Accounting Course," William J. Wilhelm and Alan B. CzyzewskiCollected Papers and Abstracts of the American Accounting Association 2006 Southwest Regional Meeting, USA, 55 – 62.

 

"Teaching Business Ethics in an Undergraduate Basic Accounting Course,"  William J. Wilhelm and Alan B. Czyzewski, Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings, 2005 Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference. Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon.

 

"A Quasi-Experimental Study of Electronic Detection and Pedagogical Approaches for Reducing Plagiarism with College Business Students," Chia-An Chao, William Wilhelm and Brian Neureuther, Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings, 2005 Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference. Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon.

 

“Effective Strategies for Promoting Business Education Programs,” Arizona Business Education Association Journal, Fall 2005, vol. 24, no 1, pp. 3 - 9.

 

"A Review of the Top Fifty U.S. Business Schools' Approaches to Ethics Education," Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Spring/Summer 2005, vol. 31, no. 1. pp. 203 - 217

 

“Ethical Reasoning for the High School Business Classroom,” Business Education Forum, February 2005, vol. 59, no. 3.

 

"Literature Reviews: Analysis, Planning and Query Techniques," William Wilhelm and David Kaunelis, Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Spring/Summer 2005, vol. 47, no. 2.

 

"Personal Financial Literacy:  Shaping Education Policy:  A Methodological Approach," Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Winter 2005, vol. 47, no. 1.

 

"Determinants of Moral Reasoning:  Academic Factors, Gender, Richness-of-Life Experiences, and Religious Preferences," Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Spring/Summer 2004, vol. 46, no. 2., pp. 105-123.

 

"Teaching Ethics in the Business Environment:  A Review of the Top Fifty U.S. Business Schools’ Approaches to Ethics Education."  Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings, 2004 Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference.  Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon.

 

"Determinants of Moral Reasoning," Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings, 2003 Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference.  Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon.

 

"Personal Financial Literacy:  Shaping State Education Policy," Delta Pi Epsilon Book of Readings, 2003 Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference.  Little Rock, AR:  Delta Pi Epsilon.

 

“Teaching Communications Online Using the Master Teacher Model,” Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Winter 2003, vol. 45, no. 1.  Also in published in Book of Readings, Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, Cleveland, OH, November 2002.

 

"Creating and Online Interactive Learning Environment While Using the Master Teacher Model," Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of Distance Teaching and Learning, Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, Madison, WI, 2003.

 

“Business Education Research:  Identification and Prioritization of Topics” Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Fall 2002, vol. 44, no. 3.

 

“Marketing” Chapter 17 in “Effective Methods of Teaching Business Education in the Twenty-First Century,” National Business Education Association 2003 Yearbook.

 

Needed Research in Business Education,” Martha H. Rader and William J. Wilhelm.  Monograph published by Delta Pi Epsilon National Professional Graduate Honor Society in Business Education, Fall 2001.

 

Meeting the Demand:  Teaching Soft Skills,” Joyce P. Logan, Sheila M. Smith, Linda F. Szul, and William J. Wilhelm.  William J. Wilhelm (Coordinator).  Monograph published by the Delta Pi Epsilon National Professional Graduate Honor Society in Business Education, Fall 2001.  

 

“Alchemy of the Oracle:  The Delphi Technique.”  Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Winter 2001, vol. 43, no. 1.  

 

“Beyond Rhetoric: Research About Skills Employers Want,” Arizona Business Education Association Journal, Spring 2001, vol. 20, no. 1.

 

“A Delphi Study of Entry-Level Workplace Skills, Competencies, and Proof-of-Achievement Products, ”Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Spring 1999, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 105-122. Received Delta Pi Epsilon Independent Research Award, 2000.

 

"Strategic Change in Arizona Business Education," Arizona Business Education Association Journal, Spring, 1997, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 7-12.

           

Dissertation:  A Delphi Study of Entry-Level Workplace Skills, Competencies, and Proof-of-Performance Products, Arizona State University, July 1998, (UMI #9836604).

 

 

GRANTS

 

Delta Pi Epsilon Foundation, Inc., 2009.  This $6,200  grant is to support continuing research to confirm the reliability of the instructional methodology and resources developed during the research funded by the Lilly Endowment for the integration of ethics education into business courses (see below).

 

Lilly Endowment Promising Scholars Grant, 2006-2007.  Administered through the Indiana State University, this $15,000 grant supports research in the area of cross-discipline business ethics pedagogical practices.

 

Networks Financial Institute Course Development Grant, 2005.  This $6,000 summer course development grant resulted in the development of a master course outline, lesson plans and daily lesson schedule for a new course Quantitative Literacy: Money Math.  The course uses personal financial literacy concepts as the basis for teaching/learning college-level mathematical concepts.

 

Networks Financial Institute Research Grant, 2004.  This $6,000 grant supported a research study of the top-fifty business schools’ approaches to ethics education.  Proceeding and journal articles were published in 2004 and 2005.

 

Networks Financial Institute Research Fellowship, 2003.  This $10,000 fellowship supported research and development of the Networks Personal Financial Literacy Guidelines and crosswalk to the Indian Department of Education Content Standards for personal financial education.  Proceeding and journal articles were published in 2003 and 2005.

 

Lilly Endowment Networks grant.  Served on grant proposal team that resulted in $20 million four-year grant that gives Indiana State University the resources to create Networks, an outreach of the Indiana State University College  of Business, to provide new directions in financial services for Indiana, the nation and the world. 

 

Indiana State University Faculty Research Grant, 2001-2002.  This $2,500 faculty research grant supported a University-wide descriptive study of student levels of moral reasoning utilizing the Defining Issues Test of moral reasoning.  Proceedings and journal articles were published in 2003 and 2004.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

Indiana State University Ethics Conference, "Irrational Choices:  How Vulnerable Are We?"  March 2014

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Ethics in Decisions"  March 2013

Indiana State University Foundational Studies Certificate Program workshop, "Teaching Ethics," March 27 & 28, 2012.

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Ethical Decision Making," March 26, 2012.

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Globalizing Ethics for Multinational Companies" with Charles Giesting, Corporate Ethics Manager, Rolls-Royce North America, April 2011.

National Association of Business Teacher Education (NABTE) annual conference, “Teaching Ethics in Non-Ethics Business Content Courses,” Chicago, IL, April 2009.

Indiana State University Town & Gown panel discussion, “Death by Credit Cards: Survival Techniques,” Cunningham Memorial Library, February 2009.

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, “Integrating Instruction in Ethical Reasoning into Undergraduate Business Courses,”  Chicago, IL, November 2008.

 

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Workplace Conflicts," April 2008.

 

Rolls-Royce North America 2007 Local Ethics Officers Conference, "Ethical Decision Making:  Heuristics and Biases," Indianapolis, April 2007.

 

National Business Education Association Annual Conference, "Building Business Teacher Education," New York, April 2007.

 

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Decision Making in an Ethical Dilemma," March 2007.

 

Indiana State University Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "The Real World of ECOs (Ethics and Compliance Officers," March 2007.

 

Indiana Business and Marketing Education Conference, "Ethics," with Chia-An Chao, Indianapolis, IN, November 2006.

 

National Business Education Association Annual Conference, "Building Business Teacher Education," Tampa, FL April 2006.

 

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, "Handling an Ethical Dilemma," Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, March 2006.

 

American Accounting Association Southwest Regional Meeting, "A Quasi-Experimental Study of Moral Reasoning of Undergraduate Business Students Using an Ethical Decision-Making Framework in a Basic Accounting Course," Oklahoma City, OK, March 2006.

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, “Teaching Business Ethics in an Undergraduate Basic Accounting Course,”  William J. Wilhelm and Alan B. Czyzewski, Cincinnati, OH, November 2005.
 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, “A Quasi-Experimental Study of Electronic Detection and Pedagogical Approaches for Reducing Plagiarism with College Business Students,” Chia-An Chao and William Wilhelm, Cincinnati, OH, November 2005.

 

National Association for Business Teacher Education Research Conference, “A Quasi-Experimental Study of Moral Reasoning in Undergraduate Business Students Using an Ethical Decision-Making Framework in a College Accounting Course," with Dr. Alan Czyzewski, Anaheim, CA, March 2005.

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, “Teaching Ethics in the Business Environment,”  Arlington, VA, November 2004.

 

Indiana CPA Society Educators Conference, "Effectively Teaching Business Ethics," Indianapolis, IN, April 2004.

 

National Association for Business Teacher Education Research Conference, “Literature Reviews:  Analysis, Planning, and Query Techniques,”  Chicago, IL, April 2004

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, "Personal Financial Literacy:  Shaping State Education Policy - A Methodological Approach," Indianapolis, IN, November 2003.

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, "Determinants of Moral Reasoning:  Academic Factors, Gender, Richness-of-Life Experiences, and Religious Preferences," Indianapolis, IN, November 2003.

19th Annual Conference of Distance Teaching and Learning, "Creating and Online Interactive Learning Environment While Using the Master Teacher Model," Madison, WI, 2003.

 

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Distance Learning Conference, "Faculty Development," Philadelphia, PA, 2003.

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, "Teaching Communications Online Using the Master Teacher Model," Cleveland, OH, 2002.

 

Association for Business Communication International Conference, "Determinants of Moral Reasoning," Cincinnati, OH, 2002.

 

Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, “Needed Research in Business Education,” Nashville, TN, 2001.

 

National Association for Business Teacher Education at the National Business Education Association Annual Conference, “The Delphi Technique of Inquiry,” Atlanta, GA, 2001.

 

American Educational Research Association annual meeting paper presentation, “A Delphi Study of Entry-Level Workplace Skills, Competencies, and Proof-of-Performance Products,” Montreal, Canada, April, 1999.

 

Arizona Vocational Education Association Conference, “Promoting Your Business Education Program,” Tucson, AZ, 1999.

 

Arizona Vocational Education Association Conference, “Coaching DECA Entrepreneurship Events,” Tucson, AZ, 1999.

 

Arizona State University, Alpha Sigma Chapter, Delta Pi Epsilon, “Current Issues in Education: Workplace Skills that Employers Want,” Tempe, AZ, 1999.

 

Arizona Vocational Education Conference, "Working With the Community to Support Your Program," Tucson, AZ, 1998. 

 

Arizona Cooperative Occupational Education Association, "Recruiting for Your Program," Sedona, AZ, 1996.

 

Arizona Vocational Education Conference, "Jump Right In: Experiences of a First Year Marketing Education Coordinator/DECA Advisor," Tucson, AZ, 1996.

 

 

CONSULTANCIES AND EVALUATION TEAMS

 

Editorial Review Board, Journal for Global Business Education, Current

 

Editorial Review Board, Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, Current

Editorial Review Board, Arizona Business Education Association Journal, Current

Reviewer, Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, Current

 

Indiana State University Academic Integrity Task Force, Current

 

Indiana State University Teacher Education Committee, Current

 

Networks Financial Institute Financial Literacy Task Force, 2001-2005

 

Indiana State University, School of Business "Quantum Leap Team."  Responsible for securing $20 million Lilly Endowment grant for Networks Financial Services initiative, 2001-02

 

Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessment Standard Setting Committee, Arizona Department of Education, 2000.

 

Arizona Marketing Education Curriculum Review Team, Arizona Department of Education through the Institute for Future Work Force Development, Northern Arizona University, 1998-2001.

 

Arizona Business Education Association Strategic Planning Committee, 1995-2001.

 

Curriculum Consultant for Entrepreneurship Education Course, Desert Mountain High School, Scottsdale Unified School District, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1995.

 

Arizona Department of Education Select Committee on Business Education Long-Range Planning, 1994.

 

 

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