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Tenured Faculty

  • Teaching:  Susan Park
  • Research:  Chris Baughn
  • Internal Service:  John McIntosh
  • Community Service:  Mark Buchanan


  • Teaching:  Shelle Poole
  • Research:  Christy Suciu
  • Service:  Shelly Poole

Adjunct Instructor Teaching Top Honors

(their ratings were virtually identical out of about 25 adjuncts)

  • Melanie O’Neill
  • Steve Kipp
  • Brett Johnson
  • Ron Rugimbana
  • Jennifer Hooft
  • Peter Desler

Mark Buchanan, management department professor, has received certification as a qualified Sustainability Practitioner (CSR-P) from the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA).



The nonprofit management minor is a 20 credit focus on nonprofit management and community development efforts.  Students from ALL majors can use this minor to pursue their interests in all manner of philanthropy and community development in a variety of policy areas.  Classes are offered in the summer, fall, and spring.
The nonprofit minor now has 68 students.  That number is expected to grow as fall and spring nonprofit courses will be offered for the first time.

Glen_Roy827SuciuChristyPhotoBaughn_ChrisRoy Glen, Christy Suciu, and Chris Baughn had a major publication with the Academy of Management.  Design thinking is a major new development in business education.  This publication now is rated as the 10th most read paper in the Academy of Management Learning and Education journal.

 The Need for Design Thinking in Business Schools
Roy Glen, Christy Suciu, and Christopher Baughn
Academy of Management Learning and Education  2014; 13:653-667 doi:10.5465/amle.2012.0308

Management Department Adjunct Professor Robert Morgan received national recognition in 3 categories at the 2014 “North American Book Awards” for his book, “Equipping Saints for Service.”

– 2nd place for Books on Travel
– 3rd place for Inspirational Non-Fiction Books
– 3rd place for Cover Design