Associate Dean for the School of Business / Professor of Managerial Economics · Southern Utah University
Specializing in econometrics, job satisfaction with advanced degrees, and agricultural economics
Assistant Professor of Economics; Director of the Villanova Women's Professional Network| Villanova School of Business · Villanova University
Cheryl Carleton, PhD, is an expert in labor economics and women in the workforce
Clinical Associate Professor of Operations & Supply Chain Management · Indiana University Kelley School of Business
Peggy Daniels Lee is an expert in business management, logistics, and higher education administration.
Professor of Public Administration Government · UNC-Chapel Hill
Leisha DeHart-Davis is a professor in the Master of Public Administration Program in the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Associate Chair and Assistant Professor of Economics | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University
Mary Kelly, PhD, is an expert in economics, cable and the telecommunications industry
Professor, Department of Management · The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
Performance influences in organizations, including diversity, work role adjustment, time, executive judgment and decision making
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology · Farmingdale State College
Dr. Gonder is a licensed, Industrial/Organizational Psychologist. She joined the Farmingdale community in 2007 and is an outside consultant.
Assistant Professor of Management · Baylor University
Dr. Quade’s research focuses on behavioral ethics in the workplace, both ethical and unethical behavior, as well as ethical leadership.
Assistant Professor of Industrial Organizational Psychology · Farmingdale State College
Dr. Islam has served in management, consultant and research roles in a variety of organizations.
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
Erik Gonzalez-Mule is an expert in the areas of individual differences, job design, teamwork processes, and non-task behaviors.