Stephanie L. Bellar

Professor

sbellar@uca.edu

Irby Hall #414

(501) 450-5135

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Curriculum Vita

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Kentucky, 1986

M.S., Psychology, Austin Peay State University, 1980

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

Introduction to Public Administration

Urban Public Policy

Women in Politics

U.S. Congress

Organization Theory

Public Budgeting and Finance

Public Policy

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

1.  Bellar, Stephanie. 2012. “Stability and Change: The Presence and Absence of Women in Tennessee’s Corporate Board Rooms,” Business Perspectives, vol. 21 (1), pages 50-57.

2.  Bellar, Stephanie. 2009. “As an Academic, Why Do You Need a Coach,” Women in Higher Education, vol. 18 (4), pages 14-15.

3.  Bellar, Stephanie, Deborah E. Arfken, and Marilyn Helms. 2008. “Still Chilly After All These Years: A Longitudinal Study of Corporate Board Composition in Tennessee,” Business Perspectives, vol. 19 (2), pages 46-53.

4.  Bellar, Stephanie, Deborah E. Arfken, and Marilyn Helms. 2004. “The Glacial Change: Women on Corporate Boards in Tennessee,” Business Perspectives, vol. 16 (2), pages 30-38.

5.  Bellar, Stephanie, Deborah E. Arfken, and Marilyn Helms. 2004. “The Ultimate Glass Ceiling Revisited: The Presence of Women on Corporate Boards,” pages 177-186.

6.  Bellar, Stephanie, Melanie McCloskey, and Lisa Blair Bennett. 2003. “Trust, Trusts, and Accountability: The Role of States in College Savings Plans,” Public Budgeting and Finance, vol. 23 (3), pages 49-63.