Impact MBA Graduate Faculty:

Bansal, Gaurav, Professor, Business Administration (MIS/Statistics). B.E. (1996) University of Gorakhpur; M.B.A. (2002) Kent State University; Ph.D., MIS (2008) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Interests: Teaching interests include introduction to management information systems, e-commerce, business statistics, database management systems, and web development. Research interests include internet information privacy and security, internet trust, e-commerce, and data mining.

Chandna, VallariAssociate Professor of Management and Chair, Master’s of Management Program, B.A. LL.B-Honors (2007) RSTMN University, M.B.A in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources (2011) University of North Texas, Ph.D., Organizational theory (2016) University of North Texas.
Interests:  Digital entrepreneurship, new organizational forms (temporary organizations), degrowth, sustainability, individual and organizational issues in start-ups, and inter-organizational relationships.

Coury, David, Frankenthal Professor of Humanities, German, and Global Studies. B.A. Biology and German (1986) Wittenberg University; M.A. University of Cincinnati (1992); Ph.D., Germanic Literatures and Languages, University of Cincinnati (1996).
Interests: International Business, Intercultural Communication, Globalization and cultural conflicts, U.S.-European political and economic relations.

Gurtu, AmulyaAssociate Professor of Supply Chain Management, M.S in engineering (1995), Bhopal university; MBA (2007) Western University; Ph. D., Industrial engineering (2014), Ryerson University, Toronto (Canada)
Interests:  Optimizing supply chains, global operations and offshore outsourcing.

Huffcutt, Allen, Professor of Human Resource Management, B.S. (1982) Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison; M.S. (1989) Industrial & Organizational Psychology, University of North Texas; Ph.D., Industrial & Organizational Psychology (1992), Texas A&M University.
Interests: Modern behavioral employment interviewing (theory and practice), personality testing, personality structure, culture and its effects on companies and employees, mental processing and decision-making.

Murphy, Dianne, Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior, B.S (1993) St. Norbert College; MBA (2008), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Ph. D., Organizations and Strategic Management (2017), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Interests: Diversity, Entrepreneurship, Culture, Mentoring, Identity, International Business.

Newaz, Md. TariqueAssistant Professor of Marketing, M.A. in English Literature (2003), Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, MBA Marketing (2006), University of Dhaka, MS in Marketing Research (2015) Southern Illinois University, Ph. D., Marketing (2019), Texas Tech University
Interests: Marketing Strategy, Social Media Marketing, Branding, Marketing Research.

Pangarkar, AniruddhaAssistant Professor of Marketing. B. Com (1996), University of Pune; M.B.A in International Management (2002), Thunderbird School of Global Management; Ph. D., Marketing (2018), Texas Tech University
Interests: International Marketing, International Business, Marketing Strategy, Corporate Social Responsibility, Services Marketing, and Consumer Behavior.

Radosevich, David, Associate Professor, Business Administration (Management). B.A. (1994) Western Maryland College; Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology (1999) University at Albany, State University of New York.
Interests: Teaching interests include leadership development, human resource management, organizational behavior, and team building. Research interests include motivational processes, performance management, goal orientation, and the impact of technology on learning.

Kumar, Sampath, Professor of Marketing. B.Com. (1993), M.B.A. (1996) Bharathiar University; M. Phil (2011) Alagappa University; Ph.D., Marketing/Research Methods (2008) University of Memphis.
Interests: Teaching interests include Marketing, Marketing research, Advertising, and Services marketing. Research interests include consumer behavior, advertising, services marketing and social marketing.

Teclezion, MussieAssociate Professor of finance, B.A. in Accounting (1999) University of Asmara, Eritrea; M.B.A. (2003) University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign; Ph. D., Finance (2008) Southern Illinois University – Carbondale in 2008.
Interests: financial and investment policies of firms, geographic and industrial diversification strategies, mergers & acquisitions, and earnings management.