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1 Waxahachie, Marcus N. Tanner, Ph.D. Education:, Lubbock, TX U Doctor of Philosophy in Human Development and Family Studies Graduation: May 2011 Postdoctoral Work Lubbock Christian University & Southwestern Assemblies of God University Emphasis: Marriage and Family Therapy Southwestern Assemblies of God University, U TX Master of Education in Early Childhood Education Graduation: May 2007 UBachelor of Science, Church Ministries Graduation: May 2005 Work Experience: Program Director & Lead Instructor Summer 2011 to Present University Studies Responsible for directing the development of courses for Integrative Studies concentration for the Bachelor of Arts/Science in University Studies in collaboration with the Academic Assistant Dean. Function as Lead Instructor in the delivery of the Integrative Studies course content and resources. Accountable for creating and delivery of high quality Blackboard courses, utilizing (TTU) standards and national models. Responsible for hiring qualified instructors who meet and exceed TTU and Southern Association of Colleges and School/Commission on Colleges required credentials. Participate in the strategic planning of College programs and the Integrative Studies program. Work directly with outside publishers, e.g., Pearson Learning Solutions, in the development of course content. Lead training and assessment for students and faculty in Integrative Studies. Collaborate in development activities for faculty in instructional design and pedagogy for all University College courses. INTS 2310 (Foundations in Integrative Studies) Summer 2012 Course Description: Introduces students to the foundations of key interdisciplinary concepts and theories and prepares students for success in the integrative studies program. INTS 3300 (Perspective in Integrative Studies) Fall 2011 Page 1 of 8

2 Average enrollment is 25 students per section. Course Description: Covers methods of disciplinary integration, orientation to interdisciplinary expectations, and standards in academic and professional organizations. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive) INTS 3301 (Career and Professional Development) Fall 2011 Average enrollment is 35 students per section. Course Description: Prepares students for a successful workplace experience. Offers students the opportunity to develop career search and interviewing strategies, resume writing, and professional and personal growth. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. INTS 3330 (Global Perspectives in Integrative Studies) Spring 2012 Average enrollment is 25 students per section. Course Description: Emphasizes interdisciplinary problem solving through critical, analytical, and integrative approaches to the study of general issues and trends facing the contemporary world. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive) INTS 3350 (Team Leadership in Interdisciplinary Problems) Spring 2012 Average enrollment is 25 students per section. Course Description: Students will utilize critical, analytical, and integrative approaches to interdisciplinary problem solving while emphasizing the practices of effective interdisciplinary leadership and teamwork. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive) INTS 4320 (Internship in Integrative Studies) Fall 2011 Average enrollment is 10 students per section. Course Description: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Supervised internship in a professional setting or workplace. In this course students apply their research skills and integrative knowledge to a workplace problem. May be repeated for credit. May be substituted for 3 to 6 hours in an area of concentration. Students may also elect to substitute UCIS 4325: Service Learning in Integrative Studies for the Internship. INTS 4350 (Capstone in Integrative Studies) Fall 2011 Average enrollment is 25 students per course. Course Description: An advanced course in the analysis of the principles of integrative studies with application to students professional and personal goals. In this course students will have the opportunity to draw together the diverse strands of their integrative studies, reflect on the connections among these strands, and produce and indepth senior project focusing on their concentration(s) within the major. Students will be asked to present and discuss aspects of their project. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive) Page 2 of 8

3 UAssociate Director of Career ServicesU Fall 2009 to 2011 College of Human Sciences Responsible for assisting the Director of Career Services in placing of students upon graduation. Worked specifically with Human Development and Family Studies; and Community Family and Addictive Services students. Worked closely with companies and non-profit organizations interested in recruiting interns and graduating seniors. Provided career coaching to all College of Human Sciences students, i.e., resume writing, interviewing, social media, and professional networking. Taught two sections of HUSC 3214 as part of Career Services. UHUSC 3214U (Human Sciences Seminar) Summer 2009 to Spring 2011 Average enrollment is 150 students for Fall/Spring and 35 students during the summer. Course Description: This course offers students the opportunity to develop job search strategies, interviewing skills, resume writing, and professional and personal growth after graduation. Students are offered opportunities to meet and interview with potential employers for entry level positions. UHDFS 4314U (Community Practicum in Human Development and Family Studies) Summers 2009, 2010, 2011 Average student enrollment 5 during summer semesters. Course Description: Supervised experiences in established career-related positions; focus selected on basis of professional interest. The HDFS practicum requirement is an opportunity for students to experience a community related work setting that applies in a professional setting the theory and skills learned in the classroom; increases awareness of social issues, legislative initiatives, and the ways in which these impact organizations, agencies, and individuals within the community; and an appreciation of the importance of volunteer work in our society. HDFS 3322 (Family in the Community) Summer 2011, Fall 2011 Average student enrollment 30. Course Description: This course is designed to provide an overview of public policy issues that influence family dynamics. Common policy and service issues (e.g., access to health care, role of welfare in poverty reduction) will be reviewed. Social, legal, administrative and ethical dimensions of family policy issues will be examined. In addition, the course will focus on the ways in which service learning and ethical practices can enhance the quality of life for families. URHIM 3000U (Internship in Hospitality) Spring 2010 to Present Average student enrollment 120 in the summer and 10 to 15 in the Fall/Spring semester. Course Description: The RHIM internship requirement is an opportunity for students to experience a hospitality related work setting that goes beyond simple customer service and requires a minimum of 400 work hours in a business. UGraduate Part-Time InstructorU Fall 2008 to Fall 2009 Page 3 of 8

4 Taught Lifespan Development Human Development, while pursuing Doctorate of Philosophy. Met with students to enhance learning and resolve problems. UHDFS2303U (Lifespan Development) Spring 2008 to Summer 2010 Average enrollment 90 students. Course Description: Introduction to the theories, processes, and enhancement of development for infants, young children, adolescents, and adults. It provides an overview or introduction to human development, and its breadth includes the entire lifespan. Students take this course to learn ways in which development continues beyond childhood. They also take it to learn about the complexity of development. Non-Credit Instruction: o Workshop, HealingChoice, 2 participants. Great Start Pre-marital Education. (April 7, 2012). o Guest Lecture, 33 participants. Discussing Benefits and Salary for Graduating Seniors. (June 6, 2011). o Seminar, 140 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (March 31, 2011). o Seminar, 150 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (October 21, 2010). o Workshop, 5 participants. TTU Orientation Parent Session. (June 28, 2010). o Seminar, 150 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (March 30, 2010). o Guest Lecture, 175 participants. Discussing Benefits and Salary for Graduating Seniors. (January 5, 2010). o Seminar, 175 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (October 19, 2009). o Seminar, 40 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (July 23, 2009). o Seminar, 200 participants. Etiquette Dinner. (March 3, 2009). Directed Student Learning: Christina Dimitriou, Dissertation Committee Member, "The Impact of a Hotel's Business Ethics On Employee Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, and Employee Turnover," Nutrition, Hospitality & Retailing. (April Present). Research: Dissertation Tanner, M.N., (2011). Forced Termination Among Clergy: A Study of Experiences, Processes and Effects & Their Connection to Stress & Well-Being Outcomes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation,, Lubbock. Refereed Journal Articles Page 4 of 8

5 Tanner, M.N., Zvonkovic, A., (2011). Forced to Leave: Forced Termination Experiences of Assembly of God Clergy & Its Connection to Stress & Well-Being Outcomes. Pastoral Psychology, 60(5), doi: /s Tanner, M.N., Zvonkovic, A., Adams, C., (2012). Forced Termination of American Clergy: Its Effects and Connection to Negative Well-Being. Review of Religious Research: The Official Journal of the Religious Research Association, 54(1)1-17. doi: /s Tanner, M. N., Wherry, J. N., & Zvonkovic, A. M. (in press). Clergy Who Experience Trauma as a Result of Forced Termination. Journal of Religion & Health. doi: /s Tanner, M. N., Zvonkovic, A. M., & Tanner, M. R. (accepted) The Perceptions of Terminated Ministers Scale - Revised. Pastoral Psychology. Refereed Conference Proceedings Thomas-Jackson, S. (Presenter & Author), Tanner, M. (Author Only), Zvonkovic, A. (Author Only), Roets, A. (Author Only), Reifman, A., National Council on Family Relations, "Instructional methods for work and family concepts: Time, conflict, and spillover." San Francisco, CA. (November 2009). Tanner, M. (Presenter & Author), Zvonkovic, A. (Author Only), Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, "Forced to leave a calling behind: Effects of forced termination on marital satisfaction, family satisfaction, general health, and stress.", Denver, CO. (October 2009). Tanner, M. (Presenter & Author), Zvonkovic, A. (Author Only), Texas Council on Family Relations, "Forced to leave a calling behind: Effects of forced termination on marital satisfaction, family satisfaction, general health, and stress,", Dallas, TX. (March 2009). Tanner, M. (Presenter & Author), Texas Council on Family Relations, "Total Forgiveness," Houston, TX. (March 2008). Research in Progress "Congregations Role in Providing PastorCare for Ministers" (On-Going) "Integrative Studies" (On-Going) "Predictive of Factors Affecting Forced Termination among Clergy" (Writing Results) "Work and Family Concepts: Evaluation of Infusing Content" (On-Going) Peer-Reviewer Page 5 of 8

6 Article Reviewer for Journal of Marriage and Family Article Reviewer for Pastoral Psychology Service: University Service Committee Member, Lecture Capture Task Force. (April 3, Present). Committee Member, Accessibility Compliance Team (ACT). (January Present). Committee Member, Distributed Learning Committee. (September Present). Committee Member, Core Curriculum Steering Committee. (September May 2012). College Service Committee Chair, University College Curriculum Committee. (January Present). Attendee, Meeting, Student Life Council. (July 18, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Student Life Council. (June 21, 2010). Session Speaker, New Student Orientation. (June 10, 2010). Departmental Service Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country Program. (December 12, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country RHIM Program. (November 11, 2010). Recruitment Activity. (October 5, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country RHIM Program. (June 11, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country Program. (May 23, May 27, 2010). Student Placement. (April 22, April 24, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country Program. (March 25, March 27, 2010). Attendee, Meeting, Hill Country Program. (February 25, 2010). Public & Professional Service Officer, President/Elect/Past, HealingChoice, Lubbock, TX. (November Present). Texas Council on Family Relations, TCFR, Communications Director. (Jan Sept. 2010). Tech Council on Family Relations, TechCFR, Development Officer. (Jan May 2009). Awards: UGraduate Part-time Instructor of the YearU, (May, 2009) UOutstanding Graduate Student Paper AwardU, Texas Council on Family Relations (March, 2008) Professional Organizations Page 6 of 8

7 American Association of Christian Counselors, AACC, National (Dec Present) American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, National (Apr Present) Association for Integrative Studies, AIS, National (July 2011 Present). American Psychological Association, APA, National. (Nov Present). National Council on Family Relations, NCFR, National. (Jan Present). Review of Religious Research, RRR, National. (Jan 2009 Present) Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, SSSR, International (Jan Present) Professional Experience: UPresident and CEOU September 2005 to Present HealingChoice Founded a ministry specifically designed to provide PastorCare to clergy families. Conduct research on the health and well-being of clergy families. HealingChoice s mission is to provide PastorCare to ministry families and helping to develop healthy relationship, healthy ministry, and healthy families. Provide pastoral counseling services to clergy family members. Developing a Clergy health Initiative program to research and provide care for clergy members. One long term goal is to provide a counseling retreat center for clergy families. UYouth PastorU 1996 to 2006 Various Locations Responsible for selecting, developing, and evaluating volunteer leaders in a student ministry that served adolescent students and their families. Coordinate idea development, planning efforts, and leadership training. Develop on-going youth development experiences such as student leadership teams, outreach events, retreats, service projects, camps and missions trips. Other responsibilities also include: creating and maintaining the youth ministry budget, some individual and family counseling, speaking in the public schools, and curriculum development for Youth Programs. Christian Education Director: Responsible for ensuring each class is staffed properly, ordering curriculum, developing new classes, recruiting new teachers. Other Responsibilities: Website creator, designer, administrator; Networking. General Technology, Video Editing, and worked with Message of Hope Broadcast. REFERENCES Anisa Zvonkovic, Ph.D. Page 7 of 8

8 Human Development and Family Studies P.O. Box 41230, Lubbock, TX , ext. 279 Charlie Adams, Ph.D. Director of Career Services P.O. Box 41162, Lubbock, TX, , ext. 252 Jeff N. Wherry, Ph.D., ABPP Director, Institute for Child and Family Studies P.O. Box 41230, Lubbock, TX , ext. 242 Tim Dodd, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Administration and Finance P.O. Box 41162, Lubbock, TX, Tom Lakey Pastor Lubbock First Assembly of God th St Lubbock, TX (806) Page 8 of 8

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