Dr. Steven Palmer

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Dr. Steven Palmer

Dr. Steven Palmer, Division Chair

Associate Professor of Business
Email: scpalmer@nwosu.edu
Alva Office: Jesse Dunn 214
Office: (580) 327-8507

Dr. Steven Palmer

DEGREE(S):

Juris Doctor – Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska

Master of Business Administration – Creighton University

SUBJECT AREA(S) TAUGHT:

Business Law, Management and Marketing

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:                                 

Northwestern Oklahoma State University (August 2009 – present): Associate Professor of Business, Division of Business Chair, Graduate Faculty

Eastern New Mexico University (August 2004 – August 2009): Assistant Professor of Business Law/Management, Graduate Faculty

Louisiana State University System (August 2002 – August 2004): Assistant Professor of Business Law and Paralegal Studies

University of Nebraska at Omaha (August 1994 – August 1996): Instructor of Marketing

Creighton University (August 1987 – August 1997): Instructor of Business

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Private practice of law (currently licensed in Nebraska only) (March 1986 – present)

City of Council Bluffs, Iowa (November 1996 – June 2001): Assistant City Attorney, City Prosecutor and Director of Human Relations Commission

Webcraft Games, Inc. (June 1983 – March 1986): Director of New Business Development, Director of Government Relations and Legal Counsel

State of Nebraska (January 1983 – June 1983): Legislative Aide

Kay & Kay Attorneys at Law (October 1980 – December 1982): Attorney at Law, Associate

REFERRED PUBLICATIONS:

Lee Weyant, Steven Palmer and John Stockmyer, “The Role of Technology to Enhance Graduate Business Education: One University’s Experience,” Business, Society and Government Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, June 2010

Steven C. Palmer and Jordan Kobritz, "Home Court Advantage: Which Collegiate National Athletic Governing Body Is Most Advantageous?" Business, Society and Government Consortium Proceedings, March 2010.

Steven C. Palmer, “The Verdict Is: Student Reaction to Use of Movies in a Legal Environment Class,” Business, Society and Government Journal, Vol. 1, 2009, p. 4.

Steven C. Palmer, David Hemley and James Breyley, “The Epic Tale of a Merger: An Analysis of the Sirius-XM Satellite Radio Merger” Business, Society, and Government Journal, Vol. 1, 2009, p. 26.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Central City Makes a Promotion – Part A: A Case Study of Employment Discrimination Law.” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 3, 2008, p. 39.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Teaching Note: Central City Makes a Promotion – Part A: A Case Study of Employment Discrimination Law.” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 4, 2008, p. 39.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Central City Makes a Promotion-Part B” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 3, 2008, p. 55.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Teaching Note: Central City Makes a Promotion – Part B” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 4, 2008, p. 47.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Central City Makes a Promotion – Part C” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 3, 2008, p. 77.

Lee Weyant, Steven Palmer and George McNary, “Teaching Note: Central City Makes a Promotion – Part C” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 14 No. 4, 2008, p. 55.

James Breyley and Steven Palmer, “The Birds’ Eye View: An Analysis of the United States Department of Justice’s Position on the 2002 Proposed Satellite Television Merger and the 2007 Proposed Satellite Radio Merger,” Proceedings of Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2008.

Steven Palmer and Lee Weyant, “Ledbetter – Implications for Management” Proceedings of Business, Society, Government Consortium 2008

Steven Palmer, “The Verdict Is  . . .” Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Proceedings 2008.

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Central City Makes a Promotion (Part C),” Proceedings of Business, Society, Government Consortium 2007 – Best Paper Award.

Steven Palmer, “Is Academic Freedom At Risk?” Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Proceedings 2007.

George McNary and Steven Palmer, “The Delicate Balance: A Federal Human Resource Manager’s Guide to Privacy,” Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Proceedings 2007.

Steven Palmer, “A Night at the Movies: Using Theatrical Films to Teach Business Ethics” Proceedings of Business, Society & Government Consortium, 2006 –McGraw-Hill Distinguished Paper Award

Steven Palmer, Lee Weyant and George McNary, “Central City Makes a Promotion: A Case Study.” Proceedings of Business, Society & Government Consortium, 2006

Steven C. Palmer and George W. McNary, “What Impact Does FERPA Have on Student Advising by Faculty and Staff,” Proceedings of Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2005 – Best Proceedings Paper Award

Steven C. Palmer, “Lights, Camera, Discussion:  The Use of Theatrical Movies in Teaching Business Ethics,” Midwest Business Administration Association, Proceedings of Midwest Business Administration Association Section on Business/Society/Government, 2004.

Steven C. Palmer and George W. McNary, "Is Affirmative Action a Sound Educational Policy? The Question the Supreme Court Decisions in the Recent University of Michigan Cases Raises,” Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 2004.

Steven C. Palmer, “The Role of Employment Discrimination Consent Decrees” Proceedings of the Association of Management, 1993.

Steven C. Palmer, “Freedom of Information Act – The Sixth Tool of Discovery in Government Litigation?” (Revised) Proceedings of the Association of Management, 1993.

Steven C. Palmer, “Freedom of Information Act – The Sixth Tool of Discovery in Government Litigation?” Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, 1992.

Linda T. Thomas, Steven C. Palmer, and James E. Thomas, "Dispelling the Myths Behind Family Supportive Policies: Cost, Liability, and Male Participation," Proceedings, Academy of Management, 1990.