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Douglas teDuits

Douglas teDuits

Assistant Professor

Office: B474

​​​​Dr. teDuits has seventeen years of progressive leadership experience in various human resources areas including affirmative action, Equal Employment Opportunity, employment, recruiting, training & development, talent management, etc. Most recently, Dr. teDuits served as the Assistant Vice President for Talent Management at UHD. 

Dr. teDuits earned his Senior Professional in Human Resources certification in 2011.  He teaches graduate and undergraduate human resources-related classes such as Talent Management, Training & Development, Human Resources Management, and Diversity Management. 

His current research interests include Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), pregnancy, diversity, white male privilege, and transgender experiences in the workplace.  

EdD Education Leadership University of Houston

Human Resources Management
Talent Management
Compensation Management
Diversity Management
Training & Development
Strategic Human Resources 

Business and Professional Experience:
Assistant Professor, Management University of Houston-Downtown 2016-Pres
Visiting Assistant Professor University of Houston-Downtown 2014-2016
Assistant Vice President, Talent Management University of Houston-Downtown 2007-2014
Campus Relations Officer University of Houston-Downtown 2006-2007
Assistant Director, AA/EEO University of Houston 2002-2006
Manager, HR Training & Development University of Houston 2001-2002
AA/EEO Officer II University of Houston 2000-2001
HR Advisor III & EEO Advisor UT-Health Science Center 2000-2001
AA/EEO Officer II University of Houston 1998-2000
Affirmative Action Officer UTMB-Galveston 1997-1998 

Organizations/Community Experience:

Society for Human Resource Management

​​Special Certifications/Licenses:

Senior Professional in Human Resources ("SPHR") Certification 
Certified Mediator
Certified Developmental Dimensions International 

​Dr. teDuits current research and academic interests include business education pedagogy, business student persistence factors, and workplace diversity issues such as: disability, pregnancy, power & privilege and lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender "LGBT".  

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