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Berg & Szendrey (2014). Double Play: The Value of “Turning Two” in the Liberal Arts Business Classroom through Integrating Both Self-Directed and Experiential Learning. Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
Berg, P., & Brown, K. (2014). Apps for fun and profit (and non-profits, too!): Teaching business and museum studies in the digital age. (P. Berg, & K. Brown, Performers) Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio.
Berg, P. (2013). The Corporate Classroom: Strategies for Establishing Corporate Readiness in the Liberal Arts Classroom. Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
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Berg, P. (2011). Wayne College 2020 Continuing Our Shared Vision of Excellence. Orrville, Ohio: Wayne College.
Berg, P. (2003). Group Leadership Project Teaches Corporate Skills. The Teaching Professor.