Darren combines his extensive experience as a seasoned corporate professional with his passion for teaching within higher education. Darren is bilingual (Spanish), and his superb communication skills and high sense of urgency, coupled with a competitive nature, each compliment his integrity at driving his efforts toward high levels of success. He is dedicated to lifelong learning, and is committed to mentoring and developing students.
Areas of Expertise
Doctor of Education, Workforce Training and Development, North Carolina State University, 2013
Master of Science, Human Resource Development, North Carolina State University, 2010
Bachelor of Arts, Spanish, Purdue University, 1990
Masier, Darren, Bartlett, James E., & Ogilvie, Kristie (2019). Students’ perception of effective instruction in human resources higher education. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 19(4), 57-70.
Ogilvie, Kristie, & Masier, Darren (2019). Women in the live poker room, where are they? The market segment that has yet to be represented. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 19(4), 47-56.
Masier, D. J. (2018, October). Students’ Perception of Effective Instruction in Human Resource Higher Education. Presentation at the 34th Annual Q Methodology Conference, International Society for the Study of Subjectivity, Charlotte, NC.
Bartlett, J. E. & Masier, D. J. (2014, April). Workforce Learning in a High Tech Organization: The Relationship between Self-Directed Learning and the Learning Organization Disciplines. Paper presented at the proceedings of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Masier, D. J. & Bartlett, J. E. (2014, February). Exploring the Learning Organization with Self-Directed Learning. Paper presented at the proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development, Houston, TX.
Masier, D. J. (2013). An exploratory study of the relationship between self directed learning and Senge’s five disciplines necessary to become a learning organization: In a high-tech company (Under the direction of Dr. James E. Bartlett, II). Doctoral Dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Masier, D. J. (2010). Teachers’ pedagogy through andragogy: facilitating learning in secondary education students by incorporating self-directed learning (Under the direction of Dr. Julia Storberg-Walker). Master’s Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Meredith College School of Business Outstanding Service Award, 2020
Masier, Darren, Bartlett, James E., & Ogilvie, Kristie (2019). STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION IN HUMAN RESOURCES HIGHER EDUCATION. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 19(4), 57-70.
Ogilvie, Kristie, & Masier, Darren (2019). WOMEN IN THE LIVE POKER ROOM, WHERE ARE THEY? THE MARKET SEGMENT THAT HAS YET TO BE REPRESENTED. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 19(4), 47-56.