Ed.D., Computer Education, West Virginia University, ‘95
M.A., Computer Education, Virginia Tech, ‘84
B.S., Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, Virginia Tech, ‘82
Professor Anderson joined the Bluefield College family in 1998. His background includes 25 years of academic computing experience. This includes a mixture of faculty and administrative technology roles. He also has practical work experience in computer engineering, systems administration, industrial engineering, and systems analysis. Dr. Anderson strives to keep the College and his classes current and responsive to emerging technologies by continually monitoring discipline developments and engaging in professional development opportunities. As a part of his personal investment in the global IT industry, Professor Anderson has participated in symposiums and work assignments in Europe and the Middle East. He also endeavors to work personally with students interested in the ever changing world of information technology by offering a variety of special topics courses in Information Technology.
Mr. English has M.L.M. and M.A. degrees, in addition to graduate training and courses in computer education and course design. He has done studies and readings in adult education online programs. Mr. English is also a community college peer educator recipient.
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Master of Business Administration, Virginia Tech, ‘93
Bachelor of Science in Business, Wake Forest University, ‘91
Professor Shoemaker joined the Bluefield College family in 1994 as an adjunct professor, moving to a full-time instructor role in the adult degree completion program (inSPIRE) in 1997. In 1998, she became a full-time faculty member in the business department, eventually serving as Chair. As a result of her background in the financial services industry, she has held positions such as administrative assistant in commercial lending, human resource officer, and marketing officer. She serves as the faculty advisor for PBL (the student business organization), Sigma Beta Delta (a national business student honor society), and oversees business internships. Professor Shoemaker was recognized by the traditional faculty at Bluefield College as the outstanding faculty member for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Ph. D. in Management, North Central University, (ABD – ‘13)
M.S. in Management, University of Texas at Dallas, ‘83
Bachelor of Music Education, Central Methodist University, ‘74
Professor Snodgrass joined the Bluefield College family in the fall of 2008 as an assistant professor of management. Before coming to Bluefield College, he worked for 25 years in the chemical, plastics, polyester, and nylon industry for the same company. Various positions he has held include financial analyst, accounting supervisor, plant controller, director of finance, director of strategy, and vice president of business development. His experiences include global responsibility for marketing, mergers/acquisitions, technology development, and operations management. Professor Snodgrass offers students two pieces of advice and direction for their future in the business world and in life. “Don’t follow your heart, but seek God’s instead and He will give your heart the joy and peace you seek,” states Snodgrass. He also expresses to students that “you can be a person of integrity who loves the Lord and still have success in the business world.”