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Dr. Cate Loes

Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Cate Loes

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EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

  • D.M.   University of Maryland University College,  Adelphi, MD,  Management,  2012
  • M.B.A.   Belmont University,  Nashville, TN,  2003
  • B.A.   North Dakota State University,  Fargo, ND,  Speech Communications/Public Relations,  1991
  • Rule 31 Mediator, 2014 (2014-2015), Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Rule 31 Mediator, 2014 (2014), Nashville, Tennessee.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Visiting Professor, Belmont University, College of Business Administration
  • Adjunct Instructor, Belmont University, College of Business Administration
  • Direct Marketing Manager, Farmers Insurance

 

REFEREED ARTICLES

  • Loes, C. & Gonas, J. (2014).  CAN A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SUSTAIN OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY IN AN OPEN MARKET? THE CASE OF SPRING BACK RECYCLING.   International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Loes, C. (2014).  IMPROVING PROCESSES FOR EXPATRIATE SELECTION.   Business Studies Journal.

 

PRESENTATIONS OF REFEREED PAPERS

  • Loes, C., Penn, S., & Henshaw, L. (2015-2016, September). "Full-Time Tenure-Track: Is that for me?" Transition from nontraditional terminal degree program to traditional higher education.   5th International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Gonas, J., Loes, C., & Summar, C. (2014-2015, November). Corporate form choice for social enterprises and its financial and social implications.   11th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Dent, E., Loes, C., & Weisberg, M. (2014-2015, June). The Integration of Ethics and Humane Values in Teaching: Experiential and Service Learning.   Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Loes, C. & Henshaw, L. (2012-2013). What can educators learn from innovative companies to implement into their teaching to align with the new AACSB standards? Current debate over innovative educational solutions.   Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Ashville, North Carolina.

 

SELECTED HONORS & AWARDS

  • Invited participant Engage Management Scholarship
  • Strobel Award Finalist
  • Jack C. Massey Graduate Student Award
  • Our Kids Center Volunteer of the Year


BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Cate Loes, is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Jack C. Massey College  of Business Administration. She joined the faculty in 2004.

Dr. Loes has taught courses in management, services marketing, non-profit marketing, service learning, business communications, and multi-culturalism in business. She is also an instructor for the Center of Executive Education at Belmont University specializing in Business Communications, Listening, and Writing, Generations.

She is a Sam Walton Fellow for the international student organization, Enactus. Through this organization, she mentors students and the greater business community in developing sustainable social enterprises. She enjoys traveling both domestically and internationally with her students. She currently works on projects with students in Ethiopia and Guatemala and across the United States.

Dr. Loes graduated from North Dakota State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and Speech Communications. She earned an M.B.A. from the Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business and her Doctorate of Management from University of Maryland.  Her research focused on Organizational Selection of Expatriates.

She is an active member of the Nashville non-profit community having served on the boards of The Our Kids Center, Nashville’s Table, and The Virtual School of Music, and as an examiner for the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence. Dr. Loes is also a certified State of Tennessee Rule 31 Listed Mediator.