Dr. Tullous is chair and associate professor in the Department of Management Science and Statistics. She has served as chair since 2008 and has been a faculty member in the College of Business since 1982. In addition to her academic experience, she has also served as a consultant in the areas of advisory roles, individual technical-oriented problem solving and project management.
- Small Business and Entrepreneurship
- Business to Business Marketing
- Business Analytics
- Customer Satisfaction
- Multi-criteria Techniques
- Pedagogical Methodology
“Are We Preparing Doctoral Students in the Art of Teaching?” with Richard L. Utecht, Research in Higher Education Journal, September 2009, pp.131-142.
“Learning Objectives for Quality Education,” with Richard L. Utecht and Juan J. Gonzalez, Review of Business Research, Fall 2006.
“Behaviors of Pre-Venture Entrepreneurs and Perceptions of Their Financial Needs,” with Kellye Jones, Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 40, No. 3, July 2002.