Sherri Noxel

Director - Austin Family Business Program / A.E. Coleman Chair in Family Business / L.W. “Bill” Lane Professor in Family Business Management
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Office: 541-737-6019

Austin Hall

Austin Hall 382

2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
The Ohio State University PhD, Higher Education Leadership
University of Florida MS, and Bs Agr.

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Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

Providing strategic support for the Austin Family Business Program by continuing to find new business families, professional advisors and interested students who will benefit from educational programs and events in family business. Sherri's academic area of interest is the college experience of family business students. She developed and co-taught a study skills course for first-year students from families in business. She looks forward to developing experiential programs to improve family business student preparation and leadership development.


Proceedings and Conference Presentations: 

Noxel, S. A. (2011, October).  Extending the Outreach Mission:  Opportunities to Engage New Generations of Family Business Students in Large Public Universities. Family Firm Institute Research and Education Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts.

Noxel, S. A. (2005, September). The Purposes and Processes of Accountability Systems,Panelist at the National Conference on Accountability,Charleston, South Carolina.

Noxel, S. A. (2005, May). Accountability Policy Strategies in the States. Plenary panelist at the SHEEO/NCES Network Conference and IPEDS Workshop, San Antonio, Texas.

Noxel, S. A. (2005, May). Data for Accountability in the States: Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Panelist at the SHEEO/NCES Network Conference and IPEDS Workshop, San Antonio, Texas.

Noxel, S. A. (2003, October). The Workforce Development Imperative: Postsecondary Performance of GED Recipients. Findings presented at the Southern Association of Institutional Research, San Antonio, Texas.

Noxel, S. A. (2000). The Application of Investment Theory to PredictBaccalaureate Degree Intensity. Unpublished doctoral dissertation,The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Lee, M., Noxel, S. and McNeill, V. (2000, July). Working, Charging and Borrowing: Institutional Expectations and Student Realities. Panel Presentation at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

Stapleton, L., Noxel, S. and Bers, T. (2000, May). Success and Setback: Three Case Studies of the Implementation of the Joint Commission on Accountability Reporting Graduation Rate Methodology. Panel presentation at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Noxel, S. (1999, May). Baccalaureate Degree Commitment: Changes Over Time and the Impact on Time to Degree. Paper presented at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum, Seattle, WA.

Beyond OSU

Director, Assessment, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education

Director, Information and Research, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education

Statistical Information Specialist, Ohio State University

Professional Affiliations: 

Family Firm Institute


Board member, Oregon Century Farm and Ranch Program

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