TTUHSC School of Allied Health Sciences

Rubini Pasupathy MBA PhD FACHE

Assistant Professor

EDUCATION

  • 1998 Bachelor of Arts: Sociology with a minor in Psychology –Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX
  • 2003 Master of Business Administration: High Performance Management - Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX
  • 2010 Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration -Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Health Care Organizations and Delivery Systems
  • Health Care Policy
  • Research Self-Efficacy and Productivity in Graduate students and Faculty
  • Clinical Self-Efficacy among Health Care Students and Professionals

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Coppola, M.N., Pasupathy, R., Posteraro, RH., Fulton, L.V., and Allif, M.M. (2012 - in press Summer 12). Barriers and Stakeholder Dynamics to Health Policy Reform. International Journal of Food, Nutrition and Public Health.

Coppola, M.N., Satterwhite, C.R., Fulton, L.V., Shanderson, L., and Pasupathy, R. (2012). Military Health System Efficiency: A review of History and Recommendations for the Future. Journal of Military Medicine. Vol 177(6). pp 686-692.

Tawney A & Pasupathy R. (2009). Using a "Grow Your Own" Approach for Increasing the Hispanic Nursing Faculty and Student Pool: Successful Academic-Hospital Partnerships.  Paper presented at the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities Annual Conference, Coronado Springs, FL.

Tawney A & Pasupathy R. (2009). Innovation, Migration and Transference: Voices, Gender, and Expression in the Changing World.  Paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, TX.

Pasupathy, R (2008). A Policy Approach to Reducing the Dependence on Part-time Faculty in Institutions of Higher Education. Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Jacksonville, FL. (This paper received Travel Awards from Texas Tech University, Graduate School and TTU, School of Education).

Pasupathy R. (2008). The Role of Self-Efficacy on Productivity of Female Faculty in Higher Education.  Paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, TX.

Pasupathy, R & House, M. (2007). A Public Health Policy Approach to Reducing Economic and Health costs of Obesity in the United States. Poster paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, Texas USA.

Pasupathy, R. & Newsome, A. (2006). Benefits for Career Oriented Mothers of Strictly Online Instructor-led Courses. Poster paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, Texas USA. 

Makris, M. & Pasupathy, R. (2005). Women in Emergency Medical Services.Poster paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, Texas USA.

Pasupathy, R. & Makris, M. (2004).  Fertility and Career Mindedness among Women. Poster paper presented at the Annual All University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, Texas USA.

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