Directory » MACHUMA (HELEN) MUYIA
542 EDCT
458-0640
Department
Afilliations
Human Resource Development
Education
Ed.D., Workforce Development Education/HRD, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (2008)
M.Ed., Adult Education/Human Resource Development, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (2005)
M.Ph., Educational Planning, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya (2000)
B.Ed., Economics, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya (1988)
MACHUMA (HELEN) MUYIA
Clinical Associate Professor
Research Interests
Emotional intelligence and leadership
Organizational development
Program evaluation
BIOGRAPHY
Dr. Muyia received her Ed.D. in Workforce Development Education/Human Resource Development from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2008. Dr. Muyia joined Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Department at Texas A&M University as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2009. Dr. Muyia teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Adult learning and human resource development, including Adult learning, Organization Development and Change, and Training and Development. She redesigned her online undergraduate courses to be in compliant with the Quality matters rubric and made a significant contribution to the new and revised edition of her class textbook. Dr. Muyia's research focuses on Emotional Intelligence, Adult learning, Organization Development & Change, Virtual Learning, and Training & Development. Dr. Muyia has served as a reviewer for eight top tier journals, co-issue editor of one journal, and a series editor of one book. She has authored and co-authored 8 peer-reviewed journals articles, six book chapters. Dr. Muyia has served on three doctoral committees Dr. Muyia received the Texas A & M Board of Regents Teaching Excellence award in 2011, and the Departmental Teaching Achievement award in 2015.
COURSES TAUGHT
EHRD371. APP LEARNING PRINCIPLES
2013C,2013B,2013A,2012C,2012A
EHRD372. LEARNING AND DEVL IN HRD
2020C,2020B,2020A,2019C,2019B
EHRD372. TRAINING & DEV IN HRD
2016B,2016A,2015C,2015B,2014C
EHRD374. ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMT
2020C,2020B,2020A,2019C,2019B
EHRD630. ADULT LEARNING
2018B,2017B,2016B,2015B,2014B


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books and Monographs
Wekullo, S. C., Nafukho, M. F., & Muyia, M. H. (2018). Conflict management in Kenya[8217]s public universities. In Nancy T. Watson, Lei Xie, & Matthew J. Etchells (Eds). Cultural Impact on Conflict Management in Higher Education. A volume in the series: International Higher Education, (pp. 17- 36). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, GI Global. #
Nafukho, F. M., & Muyia M.A. (2016). Human resources development in sub-Saharan Africa. In T. Garavan, A. McCarthy, & M. J. Morley (Eds.). Global human resource development: Country and regional perspectives. (pp. 131-144). New York, NY: Routledge.
Valentin, M., Muyia, H., Junhee, K., & Valentin, C. (2015). Toward an effective virtual learning environment: From a social presence perspective. In F. M. Nafukho, B. J. Irby (Series Ed.), A Handbook of Research on Integrating Technology into Higher Education. IGI Global
Nafukho, F. M., & Muyia, M.A. H. (2014). Entrepreneurial leadership and transformation of universities in Africa. In F. M. Nafukho, M.A.H. Muyia & Irby, B. J. (Eds.). Governance and transformation of universities in Africa. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Nafukho, F.M., Muyia, M.A. H., & Irby, B. J. (eds.). (2014). Governance and transformation of universities in Africa. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Journal Articles
Muyia, M. H., Wekullo, C, & Nafukho, M. F. (2018). Talent development in emerging economies through learning and development capacity building. Advances in Developing Human Resources 20(4), 1-19. #. RG Journal Impact: 1.36.
Muyia, M. H., Wekullo, C.S., & Nafukho, F. M. (2018). Talent development in emerging economies and development capacity building. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 20 (4),498-516 #
Nafukho, M. F., Muyia, M. H., & Wekullo, C, (In press). Examining research productivity of faculty in selected leading public universities in Kenya. International Journal of Educational Development, x (x), xx-xx. #. RG Journal Impact: 1.403
Nafukho, F. M., Muyia, M.H., Farnia, F., Kacirek, K., & Lynham, S. A. (2016). Developing emotional intelligence skills among practicing leaders: Reality or myth? Performance Improvement Quarterly,29 (1), 71-87. #
Nafukho, F. M., & Muyia, H. M. (2013). The World Bank's Africa virtual university project: A revisit. European Journal of Training and Development, 37, (7), 646-661
Nafukho, F. M., Muyia, H. A., & Graham, C. M., (2010). Harnessing and optimal utilization of human capital in virtual workplace environments. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 12(6), 648-664
Nafukho, F. M., & Muyia, M. A. H. (2010). Entrepreneurship and socio-economic development in Africa: A reality or myth. Journal of European Industrial Training, 2(34), 96-109
Muyia, M.A., & Nafukho, F. M. (2009). Understanding the educational needs of adult immigrants: A reflection from the review of literature. International Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 17(1), 74-83 http://hdl.voced.edu.au/10707/61134)
Muyia, M. H. (2009). Approaches to and instruments for measuring emotional intelligence: A review of selected literature. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 11(6), 690-702
Muyia, M. & Kacirek, K. (2009). An empirical study of a leadership development training program and its impact on emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) scores. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 11(6), 703-718
Nafukho, F. M., Graham, C. M., & Muyia, M. H. A. (2009,). Determining the relationship among organizational learning dimensions of a small-size business enterprise. Journal of European Industrial Training, 1(33), 32-51
Book Chapters
Muyia, H.M., Wekullo, C. & Nafukho. F. M. (in press). Talent development: challenges and opportunities. In K. Dirani, F. M. Nafukho, & B. Irby (Eds.), Global Issues and Talent Development: Perspectives from Countries around the World. Charlotte, NC: Age Publishing.
Muyia, M, A, H. (2017). Leadership development for frontier societies: Reflections from Kenya. In Alexandre, A., & Dirani, K. (Eds.). Leadership Development in Emerging Market Economies (pp. 229 -244). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Muyia, H.M. A., & Nafukho, F. M. (2015). Keeping it Social: Transforming Workplace Learning and Development through Social Media. In F. M., Nafukho, Irby, B. J. (Eds). Handbook of research on innovative technology integration in higher education. (pp. 93-114). New York: IGI Global
Nafukho, F. M., Muyia, M. A. (2014). Emotional intelligence and its critical role in developing human resources. In N. E. Chalofsky, T. S. Rocco, & M. L. Morris (Series Ed.), Handbook of Human Resource Development (pp. 623-639). Wiley: NJ.
Nafukho, F. M., Muyia, M.A. (2012). Emotional intelligence and its critical role in developing human resources for optimal productivity. HRD Handbook Chapter.

RESEARCH PROJECTS
Research Meaning Making through Determining Research Productivity of Faculty in Kenyan Universities
Co-PI (). Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) (Private)
2018-11-01 — 2019-07-31
Catapult Round 4 - Up, Up, and Away: Expanding and Enriching CEHD Global Education Experiences ($30,000)
Co-PI (). TAMU College of Education & Human Development (State)
2018-01-15 — 2019-06-15
Catapult Round 3 - Project STAR (Service, Teaching, and Research) [Funded amount $30,000]
Co-PI (). TAMU College of Education & Human Development (State)
2016-12-01 — 2018-05-31

AWARDS
Kenya Government scholarship for BS. Kenya government scholarship to pursue BS degree at Kenyatta University, Kenya. (1985)
Kenya Government scholarship for MS. Kenya government scholarship to pursue MS degree at Moi University, Kenya. (1994)
Outstanding Business Education Teacher award. Subject ranked second nationally in Kenya National Examination Council. (1997)
Outstanding Doctoral Student in Adult Education (2006)
Outstanding Internship Supervision. Mosoriot Community College, Kenya. (2000)
EDITORSHIPS
Editorial Board Member. Adult Learning (2011)
LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
Vice President for membership. Brazos Valley Associationf or Talent Development Board. (2017)