Instructor of Business Administration
“Education changes the world, and it is the only thing no one can take away from you.” An effective educator is not only academically qualified, but also able to motivate and encourage others to achieve excellence. My goal as an educator is to maximize competencies and inspire success through innovation and hard work. The concept of goal setting is essential for laying out a clear path towards a specific and desired outcome. The embodiment of accomplished educators are “…those who show you where to look but do not tell you what to see.” A. Trenfor.
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Dr. Baroody joined the faculty of the Barnett School of Business at FSC as a business instructor in 2018. Prior to joining FSC, Dr. Baroody worked and studied at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida, where he received two of his three masters degrees, and his doctorate degree. At FAU, Dr. Baroody worked assisting and instructing courses in Higher Education and Leadership classes, Business Management, Information Systems, Quantitative Statistical Methods in Business, and Operations Management.
Currently Dr. Baroody teaches in person, online, hybrid, and evening adult classes in IT Business Tools & Strategies, Business Systems & Processes and Project Management for the Business School.
Baroody, R. (2018). A Mixed Method, Multi-Case Study of the Emotional Intelligence Quotient and Job Satisfaction of Academic Deans in Higher Education Leadership.
Baroody, R. (2018). Compare and contrast of the Emotional Intelligence Quotient of instructors in public versus private higher education institutions.
Baroody, R. (2018). Discrepancies between Emotional Intelligence and cultural influences on Middle Eastern men in the workplace.
Baroody, R. (2018). Effective use of wearable computing and sensor networks in the enhancement of teaching.
Baroody, R. (2018). A Meta-Analysis of the Literature Related to the Relationship Between Gender, Ethnicity, Emotional Intelligence and Effective Leadership in Higher Education.
Baroody, R. (2018). A case analysis of Martin Luther King Jr’s Letter from the Birmingham Jail.
Baroody, R. (2018). Wearable Fitness Sensors - Sensor-Based Fitness Tracker Technology, Applications, Data Collection and Future Uses.
Wright, D.A., & Baroody, R. (2017). Requisite Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies of the Effective Higher Education Administrator, Manager, Leader.
Wright, D.A., & Baroody, R. (2018). African-American Female Leaders in Academe.
Self-Authored & Published Books
Baroody, R. (2012, June). “The Burning Cedars: A Personal Account of a Boys’ Life Journey through the Lebanese Civil War – Vol.1.”
Baroody, R. (2018-2019). The Burning Cedars, Vol.2.