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Prof. Judy Madtes

Assistant Professor of Business

Contact Information

Jetter School of Professional Studies
740-392-6868 Ext. 3309Email Prof. Madtes
Professional Experience:
  • Assistant Professor of Business, Mount Vernon Nazarene College
  • Office Manager, Fred F. Antelline Inc., Sand Diego, CA
  • High School Business Teacher, Gov. Thomas Johnson High School, Frederick, MD
  • High School Business Teacher, Northshore High School, Houston, TX
Professional Organizations:
  • Christian Business Faculty Association
Awards and Recognition:
  • Academic Excellence Award
  • Award for Excellence in Advising and Retention from Mount Vernon Nazarene University
  • National Honor Society
  • Second Mile Award from the Church of the Nazarene
  • Phi Delta Lambda
Published Works & Presentations:
  • Madtes, J.R. and Britt, Margaret (2013) Developing Critical Thinking Skills Using Applications Technology. Accepted for publication into the Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal
  • Madtes, J.R. (2014) Liberal Arts: Broadening Business Students’ Knowledge Base. Poster presentation. Presented at the 2014 Christian Business Faculty Association Conference, Nashville, IN
  • Madtes, J.R. (2013) Using Legos to Demonstrate Verbal Communication Skills. Presented at the 2013 Christian Business Faculty Association Conference, Bourbonnais, IL
  • Madtes, J.R. and Rush, K.R. (2012) Using Interactive Courseware in the Generation iY Classroom: Leading the Way with Technology. Presented at the 2012 Christian Business Faculty Association Conference, Langley BC
  • Madtes, J.R. (2012) Microsoft® Word: The Basics. Presented at the Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers Support Staff Day
  • MBA City University, Seattle, Washington (1996)
  • B.S. in  Business Education, Trevecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Tennessee (1979)