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Elizabeth Thompson

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Human Potential

Degree Program Ph.D. Management

Dr. Thompson has worked in the online environment for almost 20 years and in doctoral education for over 30 years. She is a contributing faculty member in the School of Management and Technology Ph.D. program. She has worked successfully with many students in completing their dissertations. Teaching experiences center primarily around research, in particular, qualitative research, and ethics and psychology. She has been published in several journals and has made presentations at both national and international conferences. She is a subject matter expert in qualitative research. She is also a psychologist who works with several police departments doing assessments and consultations.

Courses Taught

MGMT 8991 - Writing a proposal

MGMT 9000 - Doctoral Dissertation


PsyD, Forest Institute

MS, Illinois Institute of Technology

BS, Loyola University

Public Service

Diversity Committeee IACP, Member - Chicago, IL United States

Ethics Committee IACP, Chair - Chicago, IL United States

Education Committee IACP, Committee Member - Chicago, IL United States

Awards / Honors

President's Award, Adler School of Professional Psychology, 2002

Graduated with Highest Honors, Forest Institute of Professional Psychology, 1984


Romious, T., Thompson, R., Thompson, E. H. (2016). Ethics training and workplace ethical decisions of MBA professionals. Journal of Education and Learning.

Tayo, O., Thompson, R., Thompson, E. H. (2016). Impact of the digital divide on computer use and internet access on the poor in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Learning.

Hoffman, N., Donders, J., Thompson, E. H. (2000). Novel Learning abilities After Traumatic Head Injury in Children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology.

Foster-Hinds, B., Thompson, R., Thompson, E. H. (2015). High school students in Trinidad: Views on HIV/AIDS and sexual activity. International Journal of Psychological Studies.


Thompson, E. H. (2016). The complexities of ethics in intervention, consultation, and peer support for psychologists and law enforcement agencies.

Thompson, E. H. (2001). Diversified Training: A Method for Preparing Future Clinical Psychologists to Survive in Today's Marketplace.

Thompson, E. H. (2001). Outcome Assessment: Possibilities for Research, Training, and Program Evaluation.