Kimberly Wiley, PhD: Teaching about Nonprofits
Through my classroom and research lab, I prepare students to engage with and enhance their communities through the vehicle of nonprofit organizations.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Podcasting in the Nonprofit Classroom
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in February 2020 caused universities, professors, and students to adjust both instruction and learning techniques. Undergraduate college enrollment unexpectedly shifted from face-to-face instruction to remote learning. Podcasts show promise in helping expand the confines of the classroom with their feasibility to execute quality learning experiences. For podcasting as a teaching tool to be effective, students must perceive podcasts as interactive tools helpful to their academic performance. In this study, we test the acceptance and usability of podcasts in the nonprofit management classroom.
Research Collaborator: Michelle Gribbons, University of Illinois Springfield
Funded by: UF College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Distance Education Grant
Nonprofit and Public Administration Courses Taught
University of Florida
Department of Family, Youth, and Community Sciences (Assistant Professor, 2019-Present)
University of Illinois Springfield
Department of Public Administration (Assistant Professor, 2016-2019)
Florida State University
Askew School of Public Administration and Policy (Instructor, 2013-2016)
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Wiley, K. and F. Berry. (2015). Teaching Social Entrepreneurship in Public Affairs Programs: A Review of Social Entrepreneurship Courses in the Top 30 U. S. Public Administration and Affairs Programs. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 21(3), 381-400. https://doi.org/10.1080/15236803.2015.12002205
Teaching Honors and Funding Awards
Distance Education Grant, College Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Florida.