Discover a standout education that delivers outstanding flexibility. At the Fox School of Business, our Online MBA uses leading-edge virtual learning technology to keep you ahead of the curve and completely engaged. Designed and taught by the same award-winning faculty as our on-campus programs and featuring a customizable curriculum, the Fox Online MBA offers a world-class degree in a dynamic format.
Our program allows you to take courses at the pace that works for you, so you can earn your degree in just 20 months or up to six years.
Weekly live web conferencing sessions will help you interact and engage with faculty and classmates, so you feel plugged into the Fox community.
Customize your degree to your goals through one of our market-driven concentrations, so you develop the specialized expertise that will set you apart.
Access one-on-one career coaching, resume critiques, and industry intelligence tools that will prepare you to take the next step on your career path.
With courses delivered one at a time over five weeks, you’ll fully immerse yourself in one subject before moving on to your next class.
Thanks to a convenient online format and hop-on, hop-off curriculum carousel, the Fox Online MBA is ideal for frequent travelers and military members.
The Fox Online MBA is powered by cutting-edge technology that provides the tools to collaborate with your classmates and faculty, so you remain involved with your education.
- Thousands of HD, mobile-friendly lecture videos covering topics from accounting to healthcare management that are available on demand.
- Easy-to-use web conferencing tools for interacting with course material and your classmates on a weekly basis.
- An exclusive development tool quantifies your professional and personal progress.
How to Chart Your Online MBA Path
1. Complete three required courses as your ‘on-ramp’ to the program.
2. Hop on and off the curriculum “carousel” at your own pace, taking one course at a time as your schedule permits, and earn your degree in 20 months or up to six years.
3. Finish with the consulting capstone, a powerful immersion course where you’ll gain the hands-on knowledge that will prepare you to lead.
|Office:||Alter Hall 410A|
|Research Interests:||Public Policy, International Business Law, Immigration|
Dr. Kevin Fandl joined the Fox School in 2013 under a joint appointment in the Legal Studies and Strategic Global Management departments. He is a tenure-track professor and also serves as the Director of immersion programs at Fox.
Dr. Fandl has a decade of federal experience, most recently as the chief of staff for international trade and intellectual property at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He previously served as senior counsel to the Assistant Secretary at that agency.
In addition to teaching at Temple University, Dr. Fandl is a frequent invited lecturer at major universities abroad, including the Universidad de Navarra in Spain, the University du Toulouse in France, and the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia. Dr. Fandl has published three books on international and comparative law. He has also consulted for the World Bank, Organization of American States, and the International Law Institute, among others.
His research focuses on international business and public policy and he is particularly interested in comparative business law issues in emerging markets. His numerous journal publications include articles in the Harvard Law and Policy Review, the American Business Law Journal, and the George Washington International Law Review.
He earned his JD in law and a Master of Arts degree in international relations from the American University, and his Ph.D. in public policy from George Mason University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 539|
Dr. Bertrand Guillotin joined the Fox School of Business at Temple University in 2015, following appointments as Director of the International Programs Office at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and as part-time instructor with Campbell University, RTP, NC (2002-2015) after a successful international corporate career in Germany and in the US (10 years).
Having spent more than 25 years outside his home country, Dr. Guillotin has taught in the US and in Europe (as Guest Lecturer) and done business in more than 30 countries. He speaks French, German, and English fluently.
At the Fox School of Business (Strategic Management Department), Dr. Guillotin serves as Assistant Professor of Instruction, Academic Director of the International Business Administration BBA undergraduate program, Academic Director of the International Management Concentration for all MBAs, as well as Academic Advisor and ex-officio Executive Board Member of the IB Association (approx.. 125 members).
He teaches undergraduate and graduate students (BBA, OBBA, OMBA, MS, and PMBA programs), serves on multiple committees, and received the MVOP: Most Valuable Online Professor award for the 2017-2018 academic year.
In the scholarly IB Community, Dr. Guillotin has been very engaged with the Academy of International Business (former Board Member of the US Northeast Chapter and former Chapter Chair, as well as AIB regional conference organizer between 2016 and 2018). He also served as Member of the Temple Center for IB Education and Research Advisory Board (2015-2018). Lastly, he has been the Fox School Representative, as well as a member of the Ad-hoc Committee on strategic partnerships for the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE) since 2015.
Dr. Guillotin’s research interests include international business and strategic management. His recent scholarly publications include articles in the Journal of Management Development, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Journal of International Education in Business, and the Thunderbird International Business Review (lead article Sept/Oct 2015 issue). In addition to speaking regularly at academic conferences, he has been a member of the Editorial Board for the Thunderbird International Business Review (Wiley) since 2016.
Other publications include business cases (Ivey Publishing), as well as specialized articles in the Financial Times (London, UK), Les Echos, a prominent French economic newspaper, and the European Foundation for Management Development’s Global Focus magazine.
Dr. Guillotin holds a DBA from the triple-accredited Grenoble Ecole de Management, France, an MBA in International Management from Thunderbird (Arizona State University), a European Diploma of Higher Education in International Marketing from FEDE in Switzerland, a Manager du Commerce International diploma from ESARC business school, and a Brevêt de Technicien Supérieur en Commerce International from LETP M. Tessier in France.
|Office:||Alter Hall 547|
|Research Interests:||Governance of Knowledge Intensive Organizations and Social Ventures, Organizational boundaries, the Social and Institutional Context of Entrepreneurship|
Theodore Hill is an Associate Professor in Strategic Management and Managing Director of the Fox Management Consulting Practice, the capstone residency for all Fox MBA students. As the Academic Director of the MBA, TL has also recently lead the transformation of the MBA to a competency-based models in which students complete a dozen live projects while developing the skills and judgment valued by employers.
TL’s research interests include the governance of knowledge intensive organizations and social ventures, the ways networks span organizational boundaries, the social and institutional context of entrepreneurship, and community economic development.
Prior to joining the Fox School, TL was a Managing Director for New Society Publishers, where he edited more than 30 books, and a strategic consultant for small and family-owned firms. TL has earned a PhD and an MBA from Temple University’s Fox School of Business and an A.B. in Religious Studies from Brown University.
- Hill, TL & Scott, Jonathan. 2014. Knows My Business: The Association between Preference for Relational Governance and Owners’ Choice of Banks. Journal of Small Business Management. In press.
- Hill, TL, Feinberg, Susan & Darendeli, Izzet Sidki. 2014. An institutional perspective on nonmarket strategies for a world in flux. In Lawton, Thomas C. & Rajwani, Tazeeb, eds., The Routledge Companion to Nonmarket Strategy. (NY: Routledge): xx-xx. In press.
- Hill, TL, Kothari, Tanvi & Shea, Matt. 2010. Patterns of meaning in the social entrepreneurship literature: semantic network analysis insights. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 1 (1): 5-31.
- Malach-Pines, Alaya, Haim Levy, Agnes Utasi, TL Hill. 2005. Entrepreneurs as cultural heroes: a cross-cultural, interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 20 (6): 541-555.
- Hill, TL and Barbara Ferman. 2004. The challenges of agenda conflict in higher-education-community research partnerships: Views from the community side. Journal of Urban Affairs 26 (2): 241-257.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Enterprise Management Consulting capstone
- Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
- Nonprofit Governance (Fox Board Fellows)
- Fox Full-Time* MBA Faculty of the Year — 2013
- Fox Full-Time* MBA Faculty of the Year — 2009
- MBA Teaching Excellence, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning — 2009
- Fox School Leader in Teaching and Innovation — 2009
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship Teaching & Research Fellow —2007 – 2008
- Managing Director, Fox Management Consulting — 2000 – present
- Associate Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute, Temple University, Philadelphia — 2000 – 2001
- Director, Family Business Alliance, Temple University, Philadelphia — 1997 – 2000
- Management Consultant, Small Business Development Center, Temple University, Philadelphia —1996 –2000
- Turnaround Consultant, Monthly Review Press — 1995 – 1997
- Managing Director, New Society Publishers — 1985 – 1997
- Editorial Board, Peace News magazine — 1983 – 1984
- Project Coordinator, Providence Area Health Care Foundation — 1982 –1983
- Online MBA course: HRM 5113 Power, Influence, and Negotiation in Organizations
- HRM 5113 – EMBA – Philadelphia & Tokyo (TUJ)
- HRM 3501 – OBBA
- HRM 3501 – Temple Rome
- Fox’s John DeAngelo Award for Excellence in the Use of Technology in Teaching – 2017
- Career Service Award from American Federation of Teachers Pennsylvania – 2017
- American Federation of Teachers Higher Education Leadership Award – 2016
- Faculty of the Year Award – Master of Science in Human Resource Management, Fox School of Business — 2015
- Innovation in Technology Award, Fox School of Business — 2013
- President & Chief Negotiator, Temple Association of University Professionals, AFT local 4531, AFL-CIO
- Consultant, Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia — 2006 – 2006
- Consultant, Sheet Metal Industry Advancement Committee — 2001 – 2002
|Office:||Speakman Hall 209G|
Amy A. Lavin joins the Fox School as an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems and Director of Digital Innovation in Marketing. At Fox, Amy will lead the implementation of the new online Master of Science program in Digital Innovation in Marketing and teach courses on information systems and data analytics. She has taught for several years as an adjunct professor.
Prior to joining the Fox School, she served as a technical training manager for Temple University. In this role, she managed the launch and training for the major software implementations of Banner and Concur and the implementation of Salesforce.com. She also previously worked as technical team manager and senior functional consultant with SunGard Higher Education, and as a software licensing manager at Temple.
Amy is working toward her Ed.D. in education administration from Temple University’s College of Education. She earned her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees from the Fox School. She also holds a direct marketing certification from Pennsylvania State University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 532|
|Research Interests:||Freight Transportation, Network optimization, Green Transport/ Sustainability, Project Management|
Neha Mittal is an Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Fox. She serves as the Academic Director for the BBA in Supply Chain Management and as an Assistant Academic Director for the OMBA and OBBA programs at Fox. In-addition, Neha is the core course coordinator for the Operations Management course, which runs about 18 sections every fall and spring, enrolling more than 2,000 students every year.
Her research focuses on freight transportation, transportation sustainability, network optimization, logistics, and project management. She has published in highly ranked journals such as Journal of Transport Policy, Transport Reviews, Transportation Research Record (National Academy of Sciences), Research in Transportation Economics, International Journal of Production Research, etc. Neha has made several presentations at national and international level and has chaired conference sessions. She serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for a number of journals. Prior to joining Temple University, she taught as a visiting faculty at Rutgers Business School, NJ.
At Temple University, she is the recipient of ‘Excellence in Teaching’ Award (2013) and ‘Service Award’ (2014 and 2015) in recognition of her outstanding service in promoting supply chain management and student mentoring in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management. She has been recognized as the ‘Deans Teaching Fellow’ consistently (from yr. 2014 – 2016, and then yr. 2016 – 2018) and has received the Crystal Apple award for it.
Neha received her Doctorate in Transportation Engineering from Rutgers University in October of 2008, M.S. in 2004 and her Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Gujarat University, India, in yr. 2000. She has won many awards for excellence in education in her bachelors and graduate degree programs. She earned the highest honors in her Bachelor’s program and was awarded six gold medals for her outstanding academic performance at Gujarat University.
- Measuring Business School Faculty Perceptions of Student Cheating”, Journal of Education for Business, Accepted for Publication, May 2017 (with Blau G.J. , Rivera M.J., Kunkle M., and Ozkan B.)
- “Shippers’ Changing Priorities in Port Selection Decision – A Survey Analysis Using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)”, Journal of Transportation Research Forum, Vol. 55, Number 3, Fall 2016 (with McClung D.)
- “Sustaining Sustainability in Marine Terminals: A Core Competency Framework”, Journal of Transportation Research Forum, Vol. 54, Number 2, Summer 2015 (with A. Baveja, R. Krishnan).
- “Incorporating Maritime Stakeholder Perspectives for Implementing an ‘Inland-Depots-for-Empty-Containers’ System Using an Analytic Hierarchy Process”, International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (IJISSCM), Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2013 (with M. Boile, A. Baveja, S. Theofanis)
- “Determining Optimal Inland-Empty-Container Depot Locations under Stochastic Demand”, Research in Transportation Economics, Special Issue on ‘Freight Transportation and Sustainability’, Volume 42, Issue 1, 2013, pp. 50-60. (with M. Boile, A. Baveja, S. Theofanis)
- “A collaborative framework to minimize knowledge loss in new product development”, International Journal of Production Research, Special issue on ‘Knowledge Management and Supporting Tools for Collaborative Networks’, Volume 51, Issue 7, 2013, p. 11 (with R. Shankar, S. Rabinowitz, A. Baveja, S. Acharia)
- “Active Excel Models to Teach Location and the Center-of-Gravity Method”, Operations Management Education Review (OMER), Volume 6, 2012 (with H. Weiss)
- “Regional Repositioning of Empty Containers: A Case for Inland Depots,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board (National Academy of Sciences), Issue 2066, 2008, pp. 31-40, (with Boile, M., S. Theofanis, A. Baveja)
- “Urban Transport Trends and Policies in China and India: Impacts of Rapid Economic Growth”, Journal of Transport Reviews, Vol. 27, No. 4, July 2007, pp. 379-410 (with Pucher J., Peng Z.R., Yi W., Korattyswaroopam N.) (Impact factor: 1.030)
- “Urban Transportation Crisis in India”, Journal of Transport Policy, Volume 12, Issue 3, 2005, pp 185-198, (with Pucher J, Korattyswaroopam N., Ittyerah N.) (Impact factor: 1.024)
- Honored as ‘Deans Teaching Fellow’, yr. 2014 – 2016, 2016 – 2018
- Outstanding Service Award, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Temple University, April 2015
- Merit Award, Temple University – March 2013, March 2014, March 2015, March 2016, March 2017
- Crystal Apple Award, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2014, 2016
- Outstanding Service Award, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Temple University, May 2014
- Award for ‘Excellence in Teaching’, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Temple University, May 2013
- NEX-GIFT Research Grant Award, UKIERI, March 2013 – Dec 2015
- Six Gold Medals, University Topper in Bachelor of Engineering, Gujarat University, India, June 2000
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Management Science/ Operations Management (MSOM)
- Transportation and Logistics Management
- Project Management: eMBA program at Temple University Japan (TUJ)
|Office:||Alter Hall 545|
David C. Nash is Assistant Professor and Lead Faculty for Fox Management Consulting in the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
Mr. Nash is a principal and owner of D C Nash & Associates LLC., a business consulting and advisory practice, and is a principal and co-owner of Windridge Design, Inc., a successful branded women’s apparel manufacturing company.
Prior to that, Mr. Nash was Vice President of Strategy & Supply Chain and Vice President of Finance and Supply Chain for the Campbell Soup Away From Home businesses. In these positions he was responsible for the business strategy, finance, supply chain manufacturing and logistics operations and IT for this business unit which included the Campbell North American Foodservice, Pepperidge Farm Foodservice and Stockpot businesses.
Before joining Campbell’s, Mr. Nash held general management and functional leadership roles in finance, marketing, and business development in both the consumer packaged goods and global business to business sectors of the Scott Paper Company.
He holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the Wharton School University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management Cornell University and Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University College of Engineering.
|Office:||Alter Hall 438|
Dr. Bora Ozkan is an assistant professor of finance at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he also serves as academic director of the school’s Online MBA and Online BBA programs. He joined the Fox School in 2014 from Tulane University, where he served as an adjunct lecturer of Economics, and Southeastern Louisiana University, where he functioned as an adjunct lecturer of Accounting and Finance.
Ozkan’s research interests are corporate finance, emerging markets real estate, and business education. His work has earned publication in journals like the International Journal of Economics and Finance, the International Journal of Business and Society, Management Research Review, and the Journal of Education for Business.
Ozkan has taught courses like Financial Modeling and Applied Corporate finance at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, where he implemented latest experiential learning tools into his curriculum. He has been a frequent speaker at educational conferences like Bloomberg for Education and Equity Markets Seminar.
Professionally, Ozkan worked as the director of international marketing at Alexander & Hamilton, Inc., in New Orleans, where he oversaw the international marketing and credit reports departments, while also managing international legal cases and expansion strategy. He completed his bachelor’s degree studies in Science and Economics at Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey, and he obtained his master’s degrees in Financial Economics and Business Administration from the University of New Orleans, where he also earned his PhD in Financial Economics on a Dean’s Scholarship.
|Office:||Alter Hall 333F|
|Research Interests:||Leadership, Team Performance, Task and Relationship Conflict, Incivility|
Dr. Tony Petrucci started his career as an officer in the US Army where he attained the rank of Captain. He then went to work for the PepsiCo organization in the Pizza Hut division. At PepsiCo he held the positions of District Manager, operating 36 restaurants, and then as a Human Resources Manager. He then moved to the ARAMARK Corporation, a Fortune 500 Most Admired Company, where he was a Human Resources Director and Senior Human Resources Director. As a Senior Human Resources Director he was responsible for leading Human Resources for the International Division. Tony was then promoted to a Vice President of Human Resources where he was responsible for all Human Resource functions for a 14,000 person organization and became a member of the Executive Leadership Council for the company. In 2005 Tony started his own executive search and leadership consulting firm, Career Movement, which he built into a national firm and sold in 2010. Tony is now an owner and managing partner of Gravitas. Gravitas is a national retained executive search, board of director search, and leadership consulting firm.
Tony has written two books titled Move Up and Make Your Move which are focused on leadership and career development. He has been quoted, published or featured in publications or media outlets such as US News and World Report, HR Executive Magazine, HR Magazine, Fox News, Workforce.com, CBS Marketwatch, Yahoo Finance, Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership, Chief Learning Officer, HR.com, Nations Restaurant News, Career Development International, Veritude, Vending Times, CBS KYW News, Yahoo News!, Business News Daily, British Psychological Society, The Journal of Workplace and Behavioral Health, The Journal of Employment Counseling, OCS and Vending Magazine and the Automatic Merchandiser. His research interests include leadership, team performance, task and relationship conflict, and incivility.
Tony teaches Full Time, Professional, International, and Online MBA students, MS students and undergraduate students. He specializes in teaching leadership, negotiations, and strategic HR courses. He is the Director for MS in Human Resources Program. He has been awarded the Fox Dean’s Teaching Fellow Award, the Temple Crystal Teaching Award, the Fox School of Business Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Award, and has twice been awarded the Fox Blue Mouse Award for innovation in teaching. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering Technology from the University of Dayton. He received his MBA from the University of Louisville and his PhD in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.
- Blau, G., Petrucci, T., & McClendon, J. (2013). Exploring the impact of situational background, emotional, and job search variables on coping with unemployment by drinking versus considering self-employment. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 28(3), 212-233.
- Blau, G., Petrucci, T., & McClendon, J. (2013). Correlates of life satisfaction and unemployment stigma and the impact of length of unemployment on a unique unemployed sample, Career Development International, 18(3), 257-280.
- Blau, G., Petrucci, T., & McClendon, J. (2013). Exploring the impact of demographic, personality and job reattainment variables on unemployment-delayed retirement intent. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 28(1), 13-29.
- Blau, G., Petrucci, T., & McClendon, J. (2012). Effects of layoff victims’ justice reactions and emotional responses on attitudes toward their previous employer. Career Development International, 17(6), 500-512.
- Petrucci, T. (2011).Divine empowerment of leaders in early Christianity. Emerging Leadership Journeys, 4(1), 58- 69.
- Innovative Use of Technology in the Classroom, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Fox School of Business — 2015, 2012, 2011
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Fox School of Business — 2015
- Faculty of the Year, Online MBA, Fox School of Business — 2014
- Dean’s Teaching Fellow, Fox School of Business — 2014
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Online MBA course: FIN 5001 Financial Analysis and StrategyHRM 5404, Leadership
- HRM 5112, Leading High Performing Teams
- HRM 1101, Leadership in Organization
- Philadelphia Business Journal. (August 29, 2014).
- Fox News. (September 19, 2012).
- British Psychology Society. (September 19, 2012).
- Main Street. (September 18, 2012).
- MPR News. (September 17, 2012).
- Yahoo News. (September 17, 2012).
- Business News Daily. (September 17, 2012).
- The Science Blog. (September 17, 2012).
- US News and World Report. (April 11, 2012).
- CBS Marketwatch. (May 2003).
- Northeast Times. (April 9, 2014).
- Philadelphia Inquirer. (February 9, 2014).
- HR Magazine. (November 1, 2012).
- HR Executive Magazine. (December 2009).
- Workforce Insights.com and Veritude.com. (May 2005).
- Workforce Management. (August 2004).
- Nations Restaurant News. (August 2003).
- HR Executive Magazine. (October 2002).
- CEO, Gravitas Board and Executive Search — 2010 – present
- Founder and President, Career Movement Leadership Consulting, Executive Coaching and Outplacement — 2008 – 2010
- Founder and President, Career Movement Executive Search — 2006 – 2010
- Vice President, Human Resources, Aramark — 2000 – 2006
- Senior Director, Human Resources, International, Aramark — 1999 – 2000
- Director, Human Resources, Aramark — 1998 – 1999
|Office:||Alter Hall 717|
Dr. Michael J. Rivera joined the Fox School of Business in September 2014 and serves as Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. In this role, he teaches courses in creative problem solving, business model innovation, and innovation adoption and diffusion at the graduate level, including Executive MBA. Prior to joining Fox, Dr. Rivera held roles in teaching and administration at La Salle University, Drexel University, University of Notre Dame, Purdue University, Indiana University, Black Hawk College, Ivy Tech Community College and Montgomery County Community College.
With a strong focus on bridging theory with practice, Dr. Rivera’s classroom is an active, industry-connected one that prioritizes hands-on practice through live case studies and team activities. Additional time for self-assessment encourages each student to cultivate his or her individual growth. Dr. Rivera’s goal is for every student to develop the skills that employers find most valuable—the ability to think creatively and solve real problems—so that each is on a path to long-term, sustainable success.
This spirit of innovation and creative problem solving flows into Dr. Rivera’s administrative roles at Fox. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he is also the Academic Director of the Executive MBA program. In this role, he oversees an expanding program, with cohorts currently running in Philadelphia, PA; Tokyo, Japan; Paris, France; Singapore; and Bogota, Colombia. Dr. Rivera’s expertise in global negotiations and forming partnerships has allowed the program not only to grow, but also to earn some of its highest rankings in the U.S. and around the world.
Dr. Rivera is also the Managing Director of the Center for Executive Education, which provides customized, accessible, interactive professional development workshops to senior executives and emerging leaders across industries. This new initiative is already working closely with leading local and international businesses to provide key business and leadership skills to their employees.
Dr. Rivera’s interests include creativity and innovation management, the emerging field of human capital analytics, and how the two connect to shape business strategy. He not only contributes original research in these areas, but also shapes these fields in other ways through his consulting and through the human capital analytics app DevelapMe, which he co-founded.
Dr. Rivera, a lifelong Philadelphian, holds a B.S. and an MBA from Taylor University, an M.S. from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. He lives in Montgomery County with his wife Rachel and son Michael. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, biking, and playing music.
|Office:||Alter Hall 424|
Dr. Amir Shoham is an Associate Professor of Finance and International Business at the Fox School of Business Temple University. Dr. Shoham received his Ph.D. from Ben Gurion University, Israel. He also holds a Master degree in economics and a MBA. In recent years Dr. Shoham’s main research area is dealing with the impact of linguistic gender marking on gender role in society. His gender related research has appeared in a number of academic journals, including the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. He was awarded twice the SSE/WAIB Award for Increased Gender Awareness in International Business Research. In addition to teaching finance and economic courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, he has extensive experience in executive education programs in the US, Europe and Asia. He has taught and conducted executive programs at Ben gurion university, Israel; Hebrew University, Israel; The College of Management Academic Studies, Israel; Rutgers University, China and Singapore; Baruch College, Taiwan, China and Singapore; The International School of Economics, Georgia; International School of Management, France; Jiao Tong University, China; Temple University, USA and Columbia. He was on the Board of Directors of two public firms, worked has a consultant with a number of corporate and government clients, and provided legal opinion to courts.
- Drori, I., Manos, R., Santacreu-Vasut. E, Shenkar, O., and Shoham, A. (2018) “Language and market inclusivity for women entrepreneurship the case of microfinance.” Journal of Business Venturing, 33(4 July), 395-415.
- Bazel-Shoham, O., Lee, S. M., Rivera, M. J., and Shoham, A. (2017). Impact of the female board members and gaps in linguistic gender marking on cross-border M&A. Journal of World Business (forthcoming).
- Gay, V., Hicks, D. L., Santacreu-Vasut, E., and Shoham, A. (2017). “Decomposing culture: An analysis of gender, language, and labor supply in the household” Review of Economics of the Household (forthcoming).
- Shoham, A., Almor, T., Ahammad, F, M., and Lee, S., (2017) Encouraging Environmental Sustainability Through Gender: A Micro-Foundational Approach Using Linguistic Gender Marking Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(9):1356-1379.
- Hicks, D. L., Santacreu-Vasut, E., and Shoham, A. (2015) “Does Mother Tongue Make for Women’s Work? Linguistics, Household Labor, and Gender Identity” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 110: 19–44.
- Malul, M., and Shoham, A. (2014) “Local Country Attributes and the Emergence of High Tech Clusters” International Economics and Economic Policy (Online publication June 2014).
- Santacreu-Vasut. E, Shenkar, O., and Shoham, A. (2014) “Linguistic Gender-Marking and Its International Business Ramifications”Journal of International Business Studies 45: 1170-1178
- Ahammad, F, M., Sangmook, L., Malul, M., and Shoham, A. (2015) “Behavioral Ambidexterity – The Impact of Incentive Schemes on Productivity, Motivation and Performance of Employees in Commercial Banks” Human Resource Management 54:45-62.
- Brock, D. M., Shenkar, O., Shoham, A. and Siscovick, I. C. (2008 “National Culture and Expatriate Deployment.” Journal of International Business Studies 39(8): 1293-1309.
- “Encouraging environmental sustainability through gender: A micro-foundational approach using linguistic gender marking,” was selected as the runner-up best paper published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior in 2017 (awarded 8/13/18).
- Fox school of Business, The Crystal Award 2017.
- Top Faculty Member Award EMBA 2017 Fox School of Business.
- SSE/WAIB 2015 Best Paper Award for Increased Gender Awareness in International Business Research, Sponsored by the Stockholm School of Economics for the paper
- “Gender Diversity in Central Banks” Charlety, P., Romelli, D., Santacreu-Vasut, E., and Shoham, A.
- SSE/WAIB 2014 Best Paper Award for Increased Gender Awareness in International Business Research, Sponsored by the Stockholm School of Economics for the paper Manos, R., Santacreu-Vasut, E., Drori, I., and Shoham, A. “Do Female/Male Distinctions in Language Influence Microfinance Outreach to Women?”
- Outstanding Lecturer 2009, The College of Management Academic Studies.
- American Consortium on European Union Studies (ACES) 2007 Working Paper Series Grant for “Managing Knowledge Flows in European MNCs: Elasticity Employment Contract Model.”
- American Consortium on European Union Studies (ACES) 2006 Research Seed Grant for “Comparison of PRC and Indian Responses to the Elimination of EU Textile and Apparel Quotas: Economic and Cultural Perspectives.”
- The Best Research of 2003, awarded by the Family Doctors Organization of Israel, (together with D. Bone and U. Regev).
- Best Doctoral Student of 2003, awarded by the Dean of the School of Management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
- Excellent Achievement 1999, awarded by the Chair of the Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Financial Management Seminar
- Industrial Organization and Business Strategy
- Corporate Finance
- International Financial Markets
- Financial Analysis and Strategy
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Director, Issta Hotels — 2008 – 2009
- Director, Issta International Hotels — 2008-2009
- Member of the Lipkin-Shahak Committee that studied the budget of the Israeli Ministry of Defense — 2006
- Director, Issta, Chair of Finance Committee — 2005 – 2010
- Consulting the Israeli government on a free trade agreement with Ukraine — 2008 – 2009
- Head consultants of a service chain located in Israel — 2005 – 2007
- Auditor, Municipality of Hulon — 2007 – present
- Stipends Auditor, Sapir College — 2006 – present
|Office:||Alter Hall 350|
Kathleen Voss joined the Fox School’s Human Resource Management department in 2014 as an adjunct professor, and transitions to a Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor in fall 2015.
She brings a wealth of industry experience to Fox. As Principal at CCHP Consulting, LLC, Kathleen designs and initiates global talent assessment and development processes for a diverse group of private and public organizations. She has previously served as vice president and senior consultant with Right Management. She has also held managerial positions in Human Resources with The Vanguard Group and AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.
Her pedagogical appointments include instructorships and adjunct professorships at Rutgers University and the University of Pittsburgh.
Kathleen earned her Master of Science degree in library science and her Bachelor of Arts degree in business and political science from the University of Pittsburgh. She earned her Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from Grand Canyon University in 2017.
|Office:||Alter Hall 442|
|Research Interests:||Ubiquitous computing in the classroom, large classroom teaching techniques|
Wurst joined the accounting department in 1998. His current research interests include assessing the impact of ubiquitous computing in the university classroom and effective teaching methods for large sections. He coordinates the accounting 2101 courses and the Fox School Accounting Tutoring Center.
- Dean’s Teaching Fellow — 2011, 2008
- MBA Teaching Excellence, Center for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, Fox School of Business — 2009
- Crystal Apple Award for Teaching Excellence — 2015, 2010
- Blue Mouse Award for Teaching with Technology — 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009
- Teacher of the Year — 2007, 2006, 2003
- Teaching Academy — 2003
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Fox School of Business — 2002
- Golden Key Honor Society — 2004
- CPA — 1999 – present
- CPA Review, Person Wolinsky CPA Review Courses, 1996 – 2003
- Staff Accountant, J. Peter Ford & Associates, P.C., 1996 – 1999
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$1,245 per credit hour
Note: Applies only to the 2017 – 2018 academic year listed and does not include additional university or program fees.
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