Alice C. Stewart

TitleAssociate Professor




OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 331

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Alice C. Stewart


Ph D: Business Administration and Management, General, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991

MBA: Human Resource Management Concentration, University of Kentucky, 1981

BS: Business Administration, University of Kentucky, 1980

Research Interests

Strategic Management Performance Metrics for Business Performance Metrics for Higher Education Strategic Planning in Higher Education Workforce Development Leadership as Human Capability Enhancement Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Assessment

Recent Publications

Edmond, Verona  Bannon, David  Stewart, Alice  Williams, Jacqueline  (2017).  Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Leadership Skills Training.   Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.

Morgan, Shona  Stewart, Alice  (2017).  Using A Web-based Teamwork Evaluation Tool for Continuous Improvement of Team Assignments: Application of the PDCA Cycle. .  (3,  15,  pp. 303-324).  Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.

Simon, Mark  O’Sullivan, John  Stewart, Alice  (2016).  The reluctant social entrepreneur: shaving entrepreneurship theories when they are square pegs for round holes.  (3,  4,  pp. 257–271).  International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Stewart, Alice  Houghton, Susan  Rogers, Patrick  (2012).  Instructional Design, Active Learning, and Student Performance Using a Trading Room to Teach Strategy.  (6,  36,  pp. 753–776).  Journal of Management Education.

Stewart, Alice  Williams, Jacqueline  Smith-Gratto, Karen  Black, Sylvia  Kane, Betty  (2011).  Examining the impact of pedagogy on student application of learning: Acquiring, sharing, and using knowledge for organizational decision making.  (1,  9,  pp. 3–26).  Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.

Stewart, Alice  Stewart, Fran  (2011).  Making College Pay.   Eagle Creek Publishing.

Stewart, Alice  Williams, Jacqueline  (2010).  Evaluating Traditional Training versus Computer Simulation Training for Leader Development.   ASTD Handbook for Measuring and Evaluating Training.