School of Education Educational Administration

Larry Bright

Larry Bright
Professor
Educational Administration: Educational Administration, School of Education
UED Delzell Education Center 225
Phone: 605-677-5806
Bio:
With experiences in Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, and South Dakota, and publications in the United States, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, and China, Dr. Bright focuses on dialogue about human resource development.
Teaching Interests:
Administrative theory, organizational behavior, change and educational renewal, human resource administration, public relations, applied counseling theory in administration and teaching, multicultural global studies
Research Interests:
bridging cultures, cultural attitudes toward learning and teaching and administration, organizational development, instructional strategies, online delivery of graduate education
Education:
  • EDD, Educational Administration & Counseling Majors, Montana State University, 1971
Publications:
  • Bright, L., Soka, D. A., (2013), Report of Research on Leadership and Poverty, JIPE--Journal of Issues and Practice in Education, vol. 4, iss. 2, pp. 1-13.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G., (2012), US/Arab Reflections on Our Tolerance for Ambiguity, Adult Learning, vol. 23, iss. 2, pp. 86-89.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G., (2011), Global Demands on Language Faculty as Cultures Grind on Each Other, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, vol. Volume 4, iss. 24, p. 9 .
  • Bright, L., (2010), Value-Added Employability with Multimedia Specialization: Pursuing Integration and Specialization of IT Knowledge, Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G. S., (2010), Media as a Magnet for Active Learning in Culture and , Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., , G., (2010), Out of crisis: Reflections of an Iraqi and an American on advocacy for andragogy, Adult Learning, (volume 21 and issue 1-2 Winter/Spring)., Adult Learning Journal, vol. 21, iss. 1-2, pp. 37-40.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G. S., (2009), Mutual mentoring between American and Iraqi, The Intellect-base International Consortium (IIC) Conference.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G. S., (2009), Together we can expand adult education knowledge:, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education: Commission on International Adult Education.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G. S., (2009), An Iraqi and an American on Processes and Purposes of Andragogy, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education.
  • Bright, L., , G., (2009), An Iraqi and American Dialogue on Expanding Adult on Expanding Adult Education Knowledge , American Association for Adult and Continuing Education Commission on International Adult Education.
  • Bright, L., Mahdi, G. S., (2009), Ethnography for cultural bridging: Mutual mentoring in doctoral study between an American and an Iraqi , The International Journal of Global Intelligence and Policy, vol. Volume 2, iss. Issue 1, p. 8.
  • Bright, L., Yang, J. F., (2008), E-Ties that Bond: A Case Study in the Effects of E-Resources , Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., Lu, Y., (2008), Adult learners deserve engaging online graduate courses, Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., Zhang, L., (2008), Rural Chinese education and technology; Engaging the pastoral dragons, Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., , P. P., , F. Z., (2008), Student Dialogue on E-Resources and Cultural Identity , Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., , P. P., (2008), Tackling Classroom Talk on the Global Digital Divide , Association for Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Bright, L., , B. C., (2007), Avoiding bulges and bitterness: Renewing professorial vitality for serving as society role models, Asian Pacific Education Review.
Awards and Honors:
  • Best International Educator 2011, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 2012