More than 85% of our College of Business full-time faculty have doctoral degrees and most have professional work experience in the fields they teach.
Their training is from the most highly-respected institutions including the University of Wisconsin, Boston College, University of Massachusetts, University of Washington, University of New Orleans, Rutgers University, University of Illinois, Duke University, University of Colorado, and many more.
Our faculty includes frequent consultants and advisors with regional and national firms – we practice what we preach!
Over the last 30 years, Dr. Collis has taught over 30 different undergraduate and graduate courses. Additionally, he's taught educational administration courses at the University of Iowa doctoral program.
His primary areas of teaching are Organizational Behavior and Leadership, International and Cross-Cultural Management, and Business Strategy.
Dr. Forret primarily teaches HR Management, Research Methods, and topics courses in Careers, Training & Development, and Organizational Culture.
Dr. Greenwald teaches DBA courses in the field of Organizational Behavior as well as Research Methods II and III. Her research interests are in work motivation.
Dr. McCaffrey teaches primarily in the areas of ancient and medieval/renaissance philosophy as well as business ethics.
Dr. O'Connell has taught Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Culture; Conflict and Negotiation; Research Methods; and co-taught a special topics course on Careers.
Interested in market entry, growth strategies, and sustainable development.
Dr. Pillutla's teaching interests include Strategic Management & Business Policy, Organization Theory, and Comparative International Management.
Teaches Principles of Management, Strategic Management and Human Behavior in Organizations
Current scholarly interest is on improving leadership in organizational settings. Teaches and researches in the area of communication and leadership.