James Noyes

James Noyes
Associate Professor, Chair, Business Administration
ASAC 208
Academic History:
Ed.D., Plymouth State University
MBA Managing Organizational Change, Castleton University
MA Personal and Organizational Wellness, Plymouth State University
MEd Secondary Education Curriculum and Instruction, Plymouth State University

About James Noyes


Dr. Noyes spent twenty years in the hospitality and recreation industry working in a variety of leadership positions including operations, food and beverage, retail, and adventure/activities. Drawing upon these diverse experiences has allowed him to create a multi-layered approach to his teaching in which students are challenged to think conceptually about their work while remaining grounded in the current realities facing a wide variety of industries. Dr. Noyes believes that students who engage in experiential learning gain the dual reward of engaging critical inquiry and practical experience, which better prepares them to live fulfilling lives and rewarding careers.

Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught


Fundamentals of Business Management
Organizational Behavior
Ethical Leadership (Graduate)
Intro to Business Software Technology and Information Systems
Project Management
Human Resource Management (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Survey of Economics
Operations Management
Leadership and Small Group Dynamics
Leisure Studies
Resort Software Management
Management Field Practicum
Program and Event Planning
Recreation Service Management
Resort Law and Risk Management
Community Service and Civic Engagement

Recent Publications:

.Noyes, J.C. (2020). The Effect of Contemplative Practices on Faculty Perceptions of Stress. Doctoral Dissertation, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, N.H.