College of Management and Technology
School of Management
M.S. Human Resource Management
Dr. Puderbaugh holds certifications as a SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources), GPHR (Global Professional in Human Resources) and GMS (Global Mobility Specialist). Her work experience includes working in HR in manufacturing and a city government. She joined Walden's faculty in 2006 and teaches in the Masters of Human Resources Management program and the Masters in Business Administration/HR programs. She is active in the Society for Human Resource Management and can often be seen holding a position on the board of the local chapter and is active with the Walden student chapter of SHRM.
MHRM 6120 - Human Resource Metrics
MMBA 6110 - Talent Management
MMBA 6100 - Foundations of Human Capital
MMBA 6600 - Applications in Human Resource Management
MMBA 6601 - Advanced Human Resource Management
MMBA 6165 - Human Resource Management
MMBA 6273 - Case Study: Applications in Human Resource Management
MMBA 6274 - Strategic Human Resource Management
MHRM 6635 - Benefits and Compensation
MMBA 6510 - Leading People
PhD, Capella University - Minneapolis, United States
MBA, Baker College - Flint, MI United States
BA, Western Washington University - Bellingham, WA United States
Post-master's Certificate, Capella University - Minnesota, United States
Whatcom County Library Foundation, President
Boy Scouts of America, Merit Badge Counselor
Puderbaugh, A. E. (2011). Research gaps pertaining to the design of a global business eLearning Master's program.
Puderbaugh, A. E. (2015). Research Suggestions in the Design of a Global Graduate Business Program Delivered by Online Learning.
Puderbaugh, A. E. (2013). The Relationship between supervisors' humor styles and subordinate job satisfaction.
Puderbaugh, A. E. (2013). Comic nomads: Instances of humor among teleworkers.