Name: Tony  M  Emetu
 
Department: Business Administration
Title: Instructor
Office Location:
Cato III, 313B
Cato Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-4811
Fax Number: (704) 330-4820
Email Address: Tony.Emetu@cpcc.edu
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Responsibilities:
Faculty Advisor, African Student Association
Co-chair, Inclusive Teaching Practices Committee

OFFICE HOURS:
To accommodate the diverse schedule of each student, Virtual Office Hours are currently being held by Appointment to provide time flexibility. To set an appointment, send an email to tony.emetu@cpcc.edu
 
Educational Background:
Doctor of Management,Community College Policy and Administration, 2019
University of Maryland Global Campus

Master of Business Administration, 2010
Georgia Southern University

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Management, 2008
Troy University

Associate of Arts, 2009
Valdosta State University

Associate of Science, 2006
Gordon College

Business Office Technology Diploma, 2000
Sandersville Regional Technical Institute



OTHER COURSEWORK COMPLETED:

University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Graduate Certificate in Teaching (2013-2014)
-Completed courses in curriculum design, reading in content areas, diverse learners, and the school experience



CERTIFICATIONS:
Microsoft Office Specialist - Access 2013, Word 2013, Word 2010
 
Educational Experience:
Dissertation Chair, Business Administration
California Intercontinental University

Division Director, Professional Careers
Central Piedmont Community College

Program Chair, Office Administration
Central Piedmont Community College

Lead Instructor, Medical Office Administration
Central Piedmont Community College

Adjunct Instructor, Office Administration
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
 
Publications:
Emetu, T.M. (2019). Providing crowns of education to the kings: Best practicies for supporting the retention of African American male community college students. (Doctoral Disserstation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (2307191536)

PEER REVIEWER:
Journal of Negro Education
 
Interests:
Research and publication in the field of management with a concentration in higher education
 
Other Information:
COLLEGE COMMITTEES:
Inclusive Teaching Practices,Co-chair, 2020-Present
College Senate, 2017 - 2019
Academic Policies Committee, Chair, 2018 - 2019
Faculty Welfare Committee, 2017- 2018
Administrative Technology Committee, 2015- 2017
 

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