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Tonya Bauman

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Human Potential

Degree Program M.B.A. Competency Based

Born and raised in Russia, Tonya received her education and work experience while living in Fairbanks, Alaska; Honolulu, Hawaii; Guildford, United Kingdom, and currently in Emporia, Kansas, USA.

Courses Taught

IG 003 - Climate for Creativity

IG 004 - Innovative Solutions in the Workplace


MEd, Khabarovsk State Pedagogical Institute - Khabarovsk, Russia

MBA, University of Alaska, Fairbanks - Fairbanks, AK United States

PhD, Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, UK - Guildford, United Kingdom


Muldoon, J., Bauman, A. A., Lucy, C. (2018). Entrepreneurial ecosystem: do you trust or distrust?. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy.

Muldoon, J., Bauman, A. A. (2016). Ethics and Closing a Business. Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal.

Bauman, A. A., Bachmann, R. (2017). Online consumer trust: Trends in research. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation.

Bauman, A. A., Zheng, J., Zhou, J. (2016). Online Trust and Financial Performance: a Case of Online Bookstores. Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness.

Bauman, A. A. (2016). Online Trust Cues: Perceptions and Application. Journal of International Technology and Information Management.

Diers, L., Bauman, A. A., Xu, H. (2017). Quality of Accounting Information for Small Businesses. The Journal of Global Business Management.

Bauman, A. A. (2016). Students’ Perceptions of the Use of Technology in Cross-Cultural Communication.. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning.

Bauman, A. A. (2015). The Use of the Repertory Grid Technique in Online Trust Research. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal.

Stetz, T., Bauman, A. A. (2013). Reasons to Rethink the Use of Audio and Video Lectures in Online Courses. Higher Learning Research Communications.