Sue Stockly

Sue Stockly

Associate Professor of Economics
College of Business, Station 49
Eastern New Mexico University


Background Information

Sue Stockly is originally from New Mexico where she earned BA and MBA degrees from the College of Santa Fe. She completed the Ph.D. in Economics at The University of Texas at Austin in 1999. She worked for RAND Education for five years in the Washington, DC and Pittsburgh, PA offices. Her projects focused on K-12 program evaluation. She returned to teaching economics in 2004 in the College of Business at Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) in Portales. Sue has been involved in developing Supplemental Instruction programs at The University of Texas, University of Pittsburgh and ENMU. She has also been very active in developing courses and teaching methods for a variety of distance education delivery systems, including online programs, instructional television and polycom broadcasts and desktop video conferencing.Sue has been an active participant in the Teaching Innovations Program (TIP) since 2005.

Related Pedagogical Projects

Sue's doctoral dissertation focused on teaching economics by offering an analytical evaluation of the effects of Supplemental Instruction on minority students. She had contributed to two poster sessions on pedagogy in economics at annual meetings of the American Economic Association. She also presented a paper discussing collaborative learning in distance education at the Southern Economic Association meetings in 2006. Sue is co-authoring a chapter on collaborative learning for a book to be published by Elgar on active learning techniques in teaching economics.