Dr. Patricia Boverie's teaching concentrates on transformational learning, adult learning theory, organization development, and consulting theory and practice.
Dr. Bob Grassberger has over thirty years of experience in organizational consulting and applied research. While much of Bob’s work has been in rural New Mexico, he has also worked on human and institutional capital development projects in the Middle East and Central Asia. In addition, he has been involved in several New Mexico start-up companies.
Dr. Mark Salisbury has over 20 years of experience in designing and developing human performance solutions. Dr. Salisbury has published many articles related to knowledge management in engineering, business, and education journals such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Journal of Knowledge Management, and Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ).
Dr. Bramble's research addresses issues in instructional technology, distance learning, rural education, and the economics of large-scale education projects. He directed a research project aimed at improving the performance of Native American students using web-based learning techniques. Dr. Bramble also coauthored a book entitled “Economics of Distance and Online Learning: Theory, Practice, and Research” with Dr. Santosh Panda of the Indira Gandhi National Open University.