Ph.D., Management & Statistics, University of Oklahoma
M.S., Purdue University
B.S., Michigan State University
Marla Scafe has been teaching Statistics for over 35 years. Before coming to Walsh as an Adjunct Faculty Member in 1985, she taught at Purdue University, the University of Oklahoma, Central Oklahoma University, Central Michigan University, and St. Mary's College. She joined the faculty full time as the Chair of the Management Department and Director of the MSM Program in 1991. In 1992, she became Interim Dean and was named Dean shortly thereafter. In September 1997, she returned to the full-time faculty.
Papers, Presentations, Publications
Annual Higher Learning Commission conference: “The Art of Consulting and the Role of the Consultant-Evaluator as Peer Reviewer on Accreditation Visits”
Clute Institute; Dublin, Ireland: “Student Perceptions of Instructor Credibility Based on E-mail Addresses”
Co-authors: Linda Wiechowski, Ph.D., and Jeff Livermore, Ph.D.
Received Best Paper in the Series and was subsequently published in a journal.
April 2010 - Award from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools for leadership commitment to the Corps and Innovation based on work as a trainer of new consultant-evaluators who join the corps.
Last update: October 2014