Human Resource Development
Title: Interim Chair, PHD Coordinator, Professor
Department: Human Resource Development
Building: COB 315.14
- Ph.D. in Educational Research, University of North Texas, 2013
- Ph.D. in Applied Technology and Performance Improvement, University of North Texas, 2007
- M.A. in Organizational Leadership, Regent University, 2003
- B.S. in Computer Science, University of Arkansas, 1981
Dr. Kim Nimon is Professor in the Department of Human Resource Development. Previously, she was Associate Professor in Department of Learning Technologies and Director and Founder of the Information for Research and Analysis (IRA) Lab at the University of North Texas (UNT). Her areas of expertise are in workforce development (human resource development, employee engagement, corporate chaplaincy programs) and analytical methodologies (applied general linear model analyses, statistical software programming, measurement and evaluation). She has published extensively in refereed journals including American Journal of Evaluation, Frontiers in Psychology, Human Resources Quarterly, Multivariate Behavioral Research, and Organizational Research Methods.
Dr. Nimon has made over 100 refereed presentations for international and national
scholarly organizations and was recently awarded the Early Career Scholar Award by
the Academy of Human Resource Development. She also holds patents from both the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office and Canada Intellectual Property Office. Dr. Nimon holds
leadership positions in professional organizations including the American Educational
Research Association, Academy of Human Resource Development, and the Southwestern
Educational Research Association. She is also Editor Emeritus for Human Resource Development
Dr. Nimon received the PhD in Applied Technology and Performance Improvement from UNT in 2007 and the PhD in Educational Research, also from UNT, in 2013. Her M.S. in Organizational Leadership is from Regent University and B.S. in Computer Science is from the University of Arkansas.