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Jeffjohnson

Jeff Johnson has been a graduate school faculty member since 1997. He teaches economics, operations, quantitative methods, and project management at the master’s level and quantitative research, economics, and management courses at the doctoral level. He also serves on many university committees including serving as the vice-chair of the curriculum committee, on the universal access/ADA committee, Ph.D. first year evaluation committee, Ph.D. acceptance committee, and others. 

Jeff’s research interests include student retention, students’ earning of professional certifications, and student academic outcomes across delivery methods.

His hobbies include golfing, running, cycling, hiking, and swimming. Jeff serves on his church council and has a daughter in medical school at the University of Kentucky. He has been married for almost 25 years, and loves spending time with his two Shetland sheepdogs, Charlie and Henry. He was born and raised in the Detroit area and loves to follow the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Lions, Michigan State, and Kentucky.

Jeff’s credentials include a BA in economics from Michigan State University, a MA in economics from Western Michigan University, and an MS and Ph.D. economics from the University of Kentucky. He also holds the project management professional (PMP) credential from the Project Management Instituted (PMI).