Deer, Shannon individual record
Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Shannon Deer is the Interim Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs. Dr. Deer teaches in the college's MBA programs and conducts executive development training for leading companies. Dr. Deer's work emphasizes the importance of corporate social responsibility and the intersection of business and solutions to social challenges. Specifically, she explores ways businesses can leverage human resource development tools to invest in women in order to positively impact the business, community, and individual families. Her studies exploring women's experiences exiting the sex trade have been published in top peer-reviewed journals in learning and human resource development.

Dr. Deer also teaches energy finance and modeling. Dr. Deer developed the energy accounting course offered to undergrad and masters students and founded the Certificate in Energy Accounting (CEA) in Mays.

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Academic Articles6
  • Deer, S., Smith, L. M., & Smith, K. T. (2015). Financial Accounting and Reporting (2015). CCH Inc.
  • Smith, L. M., Smith, K. T., & Deer, S. (2012). Financial Accounting and Reporting, 2012. CCH Inc..
  • Zaretsky, J., & Deer, S. (2017). Maximizing Motivation: Talent Development in Non-Governmental Organizations. Nafukho, F. M., Dirani, K., & Irby, B. (Eds.), Talent Development and the Global Economy Perspectives from Special Interest Groups. (pp. 75-92). IAP.
  • Deer, S., & Chlup, D. T. (2016). Listen carefully, act thoughtfully: Exploring sex work as an adult education context. Mizzi, R. C., Rocco, T. S., & Shore, S. (Eds.), Disrupting Adult and Community Education Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery. (pp. 65-82). SUNY Press.
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