Our Faculty

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Rebecca Abraham, Professor of Finance and Economics; D.B.A., US International University. Investments and industrial/organizational psychology.

Russell Abratt, Professor of Marketing and Decision Sciences; Ph.D., University of Pretoria. Marketing, integrated marketing communication, and brand marketing.

Barbara Alston, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Leadership; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University.

James Agbodzakey, Assistant Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Social change.

Mohammed Ahmed, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Strategy, organizational behavior, international business, and human resource management.

Ryan Atkins, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management; Ph.D., Queen's University Belfast. Manufacturing, supply chain planning, procurement.

Joel Auerbach, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Economics, MBA., Columbia Graduate School of Business.

Young Baek, Associate Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of South Carolina. International corporate finance, agency theory, management compensation, foreign exchange and foreign direct investment.

James Barry, Associate Professor of Marketing; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Marketing communications, salesmanship, Internet marketing, and international marketing.

Selima Ben Mrad, Professor of Research Methodology; Associate Professor of Marketing; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University.

Michael Bendixen, Professor of Research Methodology; Ph.D., University of Witwatersrand. Research methodology, statistics, business forecasting, and organizational culture.

Michelle Bertolini, Assistant Professor of Taxation; LL.M., Thomas Jefferson School of Law. International taxation, auditing and assurance services.

John Carroll, Assistant Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Emergency preparedness, demographics, criminal justice.

Herbert Brotspies, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Marketing. DBA, Nova Southeastern University.

Nicholas Castaldo, Lecturer of Marketing; M.B.A., Harvard University. Management, marketing, and entrepreneurship.

Frank Cavico, Professor of Business Law; LL.M., University of San Diego. Business law, business ethics, and corporate social responsibility.

Siew Chan, Associate Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., University of Utah. Behavioral research in judgment and decision making, fraud risk assessment, decision performance, decision support system, human-computer interaction, cross-cultural/ethical issues in auditing, financial reporting, systems, etc.

Ramdas Chandra, Associate Professor of International Business; Ph.D., New York University. International market entry and expansion; international retailing; international franchising; e-commerce; various strategic aspects of international marketing; exporting; foreign direct investment; trade and its impact on economic development; and sustainable business.

Nathan Charles, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Leadership; Ph.D., Purdue University.

David Cho, Associate Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business. Investments, credit markets, and financial econometrics.

Ruth Clarke, Professor of International Business; Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst. Strategy, new venture creation, and international business.

Carole Creque, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Marketing; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University

Barbara Dastoor, Professor of Management Science; Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas. Organizational behavior and human resource management.

Phillip Fazio, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Finance, DBA., Nova Southeastern University. Capital structure, executive compensation and dividend/repurchase distribution.

Jack De Jong, Assistant Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of Hawaii. Exchange traded funds and mutual funds, asset pricing, portfolio management, market microstructures, equity carve-outs and spin-offs, international finance.

Renu Desai, Assistant Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., University of Central Florida. Investigating professional associates, the ethical responsibility of professionals to the public, developments in the field of internal audit and corporate governance.

Kimberly Deranek, Assistant Professor of Operations and Systems Management, Ph.D., Purdue University.

Vik Desai, Assistant Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., University of Central Florida. Audit markets, corporate governance, internal auditing.

John DiBenedetto, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Human Resources, DBA, Nova Southeastern University.

Maureen Dougherty, Assistant Professor of Taxation; LL.M., New York University School of Law; J.D., Seton Hall University. Federal and state income tax planning, taxes and decision making, constitutional issues in taxation.

Maggie Dunn, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Leadership and Human Resource Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University.

Phillip Fazio, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Finance; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University.

Andrew Felo, Associate Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., Binghamton University. Disclosure credibility, Sarbanes-Oxley, audit committees, corporate governance, ethics.

Anne Fiedler, Professor of Management; Ph.D., Florida International University. Organizational behavior and change management, human resource management, labor relations, cross-cultural management, managerial communications.

Peter Finley, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Affairs and Associate Professor of Sport Management; Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado. Sport marketing, sport law, and sociology of sports.

Fred Forgey, Director of Real Estate Development Program and Associate Professor; Ph.D., Texas Tech University. Urban land use, liquidity, residential real estate, eminent domain.

Jeffrey Fountain, Associate Professor of Sport Management; Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado. Sport diversity, sport marketing, sport finance, and sport camp administration.

Jane Gibson, Professor of Management and Leadership; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Human resource management, and leadership.

John Gironda, Assistant Professor of Marketing; M.B.A. with concentration in Finance, East Carolina University. Internet and international marketing.

Baiyun Gong, Associate Professor of Management; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. Human Resource Management, Management, and Organizational Behavior.

Regina Greenwood, Professor of Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Management and Strategy.

Thomas Griffin, Professor of Operations Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Leadership, Management, Operations Management, and Strategy.

Arvind Gudi, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems; Ph.D., Florida International University.

George Hanbury, University President and CEO, Associate Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Leadership, organizational development, organizational theory, public-policy analysis, public administration, budgeting and finance, comparative government and economics.

Charlie Harrington, Lecturer of Economics; M.A., Northeastern University. Microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics.

Judith Harris, Professor of Accounting; D.B.A., Boston University. Cost and managerial accounting.

David Hinds, Associate Professor of Decision Sciences; Ph.D., Florida International University. Information systems and eBusiness, lean management, business decision modeling, entrepreneurship and strategy.

Michael Hoffman, Professor of Taxation; D.B.A., Indiana University. Financial, retirement, and estate planning and corporate income taxation.

David Hoyte, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Entrepreneurship, M.S., North Carolina State University.

William C. Johnson, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Marketing; Ph.D., Arizona State, 1985. Marketing.

J. Preston Jones, Dean and Assistant Professor; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Leadership and management.

John Joos, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Management, DBA., Nova Southeastern University.

Joung W. Kim, Associate Professor and Chair of Accounting and Taxation Committee; Ph.D., University of South Carolina. Corporate disclosure strategies, firm valuation in capital markets, information system management, financial reporting, valuations, and accounting information systems.

Steven Kramer, Associate Professor of Decision Sciences; Ph.D., University of Maryland. Lean/six sigma, operations management, simulation and modeling.

Emre Kuvvet, Assistant Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of Memphis. Market microstructure, effects of government regulations and actions, fraud, international finance, corporate finance, and investments.

Barbara Landau, Associate Professor of Taxation; J.D., Magna Cum Laude, New York Law School, LL.M (Tax), New York University School of Law. Corporate and partnership taxation, estate and gift tax and fiduciary income taxation, taxation of pension and profit-sharing plans and tax-exempt organizations, taxation of LLCs and Subchapter S corporations, real estate taxation.

Eleanor Lawrence, Assistant Professor of Management; PsyD, University of the Rockies, Colorado Springs, DBA, Nova Southeastern University.

Barri Litt, Assistant Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., Florida International University. Financial Accounting, Auditing, and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Edward Lindoo, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Decision Sciences, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University.

Terrell Manyak, Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles. Public policy and economic development.

Eleanor Marschke, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Management, DBA, Nova Southeastern University.

Pankaj Kumar Maskara, Associate Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of Kentucky. Corporate finance, global financial management, investment and portfolio theory, financial statement analysis and valuation.

Karen McKenzie, Interim Executive Associate Dean for Accreditation, Strategic Planning, and Faculty Development and Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., Louisiana State University. Governmental and financial accounting.

Erin McLaughlin, Assistant Professor of Management; Ph.D., University of North Texas. Management, entrepreneurship and strategy.

Ryan Miller, Assistant Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., Florida State University. Public policy and education, social welfare programs, education policy.

Walter Moore, Associate Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., University of Nebraska. Private and public accounting.

Bahaudin G. Mujtaba, Professor of Management; D.B.A, Nova Southeastern University. Leadership, human resource management, international business, and management.

Walt Natemeyer, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Leadership; Ph.S., University of Houston

Florence Neymotin, Associate Professor of Economics; Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley. Economics of education, applied microeconomics, labor.

Kathleen O'Leary, Associate Professor of Marketing; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Internet marketing, managerial marketing, international marketing and buyer behavior.

Nancy Olson, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Sport and Recreation Management, M.Ed., University of Miami.

Miguel Orta, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Entrepreneurship, MIBA, Nova Southeastern University.

Darshana Palkar, Associate Professor of Finance; Ph.D., University of North Texas. Capital structure theories, market microstructures, seasoned equity offerings and earnings yield.

Pedro F. Pellet, Professor of Economics; Ph.D., University of Miami. Applied economics.

Maria Petrescu, Assistant Professor of Marketing; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Consumer behavior, Internet marketing, e-commerce.

Jack Pinkowski, Associate Professor of Public Administration; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. Public finance, economic development, globalization, international economic and organizational impacts of the Internet, evolution of e-commerce and its impacts on state and local government finance.

Robert Preziosi, Professor of Management; D.P.A., Nova Southeastern University. Leadership, values, and adult learning.

John Riggs, Assistant Professor of Marketing; D.B.A., Kennesaw State University. Sales leadership and marketing with a strong emphasis in the pharmaceutical sciences and healthcare.

Robert Rosenberg, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Business Law and Ethics; J.D., University of Wisconsin

Cynthia Ruppel, Professor of Information Technology and Director of AOL; Ph.D. Kent State University. Management Information Systems and Statistics.

John Sennetti, Professor of Accounting; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. Auditing and ethics.

Marissa Samuel, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Business Law and Ethics; J.D., Columbia University Law School

Belay Seyoum, Professor of International Business; DCL, McGill University. High-technology trade and global e-commerce.

Helen Simon, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Entrepreneurship; M.B.A., Nova Southeastern University

Randi L. Sims, Professor of Management; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University. The relationship between employee ethical decision making and national culture.

William Stronge, Part-Time Participating Faculty in Economics, Ph.D., Iowa State University.

Leslie Tworoger, Professor of Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Leadership, uses of power in organizations and privatization.

Tom Tworoger, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Department Chair for Entrepreneurship, Decision Science and Sports Management; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University. Entrepreneurship.

Art Weinstein, Professor and Chair of Marketing Committee; Ph.D., Florida International University. Market definition and segmentation.

Sara (Suri) Weisfeld-Spolter, Associate Professor of Marketing and Chair, Doctoral Programs; Ph.D., Baruch College, City University of NY. Marketing research, buyer behavior and marketing principles.

Albert Williams, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics; Ph.D., University of Georgia. Managerial economics, statistics, monetary policy, and corporate finance.

Yuliya Yurova, Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago. Multivariate time series models, applied parametric and non-parametric estimation in economics and finance.



Adjunct Faculty

 
Ms. JoAnn Marie Ackerman
Ms. Catherine Bonadeo Ahles
Dr. George Alexakis
Dr. Frances Amatucci
Dr. Colin Anderson
Mr. Luis Arritola, J.D.
Dr. James Artley
Ms. Cheryl Babcock
Ms. Cherie Baker
Dr. Barry Barnes
Ms. Charmaine Barreto
Dr. Bob Barrett
Mr. Stanley Victor Bloom
Ms. Stefanie Carter
Dr. Rickey Casey
Dr. Russell Casey
Mr. James McConnell Chauvin III
Dr. Piya Chayanuwat
Dr. Claudette Chin-Loy
Mr. Mark Davis, J.D.
Dr. Rosie DeCosmo
Mr. Robert Deer
Dr. Peter Del Piano
Mr. Carl Derzsi
Dr. Veronica Diaz
Mr. Charles Domina, J.D.
Dr. Dennis Duke
Ms. Aimee Fernandez Pratts
Dr. Humberto Florez
Mr. Robert M Fusco
Mr. James Gallo
Dr. Hala F Georgy
Dr. Steve Ginestra
Mr. Alan Gragnani
Dr. John Gray
Mr. Lewis Matthew Greenberg
Dr. Dena Hale
Mr. Steve Harvey
Dr. Edward Max Henn
Mr. Kevin Greene Hogan
Mr. Michael B Horwitz
Mr. David Stanley Hoyte
Dr. Harrychand Kalicharan
Dr. Robert Kasey
Dr. George Kastner
Dr. Matthew G Kenney
Dr. Hassan Khazem
Ms. Donna Kolman
Mr. Bruce P Konners
Dr. Jean-Rony Lafalaise
Mr. Albert Lapierre
Dr. Francisco Jose Larios
Dr. William H Lauffer
Ms. Tracy L Lautenschlager
Dr. Rick Alan Lester
Dr. Lester Lindley
Dr. Barbara Lippincott
Dr. Bill Lowe
Dr. Roger Mayer
Dr. Donovan A McFarlane
Dr. Ronald Mesia
Mr. Gary Miller, J.D.
Mr. Stephen Muffler, LL.M., J.D.
Dr. Ron Needleman
Dr. Ordean Olson
Mr. Cuneyt Oskal
Dr. Theophilus Dela Owusu
Ms. Susan Paris
Dr. Nainika Patnayakuni
Dr. Deborah Pendarvis
Mr. Mario Perez
Dr. Bryan John Pesta
Dr. Lee Pickler
Ms. Jonna Milla Piira
Dr. Evelyn Ploumis-Devick
Dr. Rhonda Polak
Dr. Peter Poznanski
Dr. Timothy Price
Dr. Massimo Pulcini
Dr. Michelle Ramim
Mr. Juan Ramirez
Ms. Arlene Ramkissoon
Dr. Chyanne Nicole St. Ann Rickmann
Mr. James Ridley, J.D.
Ms. Cynthia Beth Rippe
Dr. Joel Rodgers
Dr. Phillip Rokicki
Dr. Irving Rosenbaum
Mr. David Sabot
Dr. Jesse Daniel Saginor
Mr. Jorge Bernardo San Miguel
Mr. Osvaldo J Sanchez
Dr. Clive Scott
Dr. Marilyn Ann Scrizzi
Dr. Robert Sellani
Dr. Ed Sherbert
Dr. Douglass Paul Smith
Dr. George Stalliard Sr
Dr. Ronald Victor Steffel
Dr. John R Swartz
Dr. Leslie Everton Taylor
Mr. Jeff Thomas, J.D.
Dr. Renata Cristina Tourinho Sardenberg
Ms. Emily Lynn Tworoger
Ms. Roslyn Vargas
Mr. Jose Vazquez
Mr. Gary Waldron, J.D.
Mr. D. Thatcher Thatcher Wilson
Ms. Carla Withrow
Dr. Frank Wolf
Dr. Thomas Wonnell
Mr. Allen Yessman
Dr. Henry Phillip Yorston, J.D., L.L.M.
Dr. Peter Zeidler


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