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A Message from the Chair

Dear Management Alumni and Friends,

Greetings from the Management Department!  We have been incredibly busy bringing new and exciting opportunities to our students, publishing cutting edge research, and revising our curriculum.  It is a thrilling time and we would love to share some of the highlights with you.

We are also very excited to announce that our department name has officially been changed to the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, which reflects the great things our faculty, staff, and students have been accomplishing in Entrepreneurship.


Jennifer Woolley
Department Chair
Associate Professor of Management

Department News
SCU Microfinance Organization

Long Le from the Management Department became the advisor of the new SCU Student Microfinance Organization in Fall of 2016.

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Food and Agribusiness Institute Updates

There are some exciting new things happening this year for the Food and Agribusiness Institute.

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MGMT 8 and Habitat for Humanity

Professor Trevisan leads students every Fall and Spring in MGMT 8, a course that works with Habitat for Humanity in teaching the students about constructing a nonprofit.

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Entrepreneurship Challenge

The introductory entrepreneurship classes for undergraduates and MBA students continue to raise funds for charities each quarter.

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Paying it Forward

On March 5th, 2017, the students of MGMT 174, instructed by Professor Barry Posner, developed, lead, and executed a leadership seminar for local youth.

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Global Fellows Joins Management

This year, the Management Department became the academic home for the Global Fellows Program.

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Management in Action
Faculty Updates

We welcome two new additions, Professor Michael Santoro (business ethics) and Assistant Professor Jo-Ellen Pozner (organizational behavior). 

We also welcome Francine Gordon and Fiona Ji who have joined the department as lecturers.

Published Books

In the Fall Quarter of 2016 we added to the list of published books from the Management Department at SCU, take a look below.

Barry Posner and Jim Kouzes had their 12th leadership book published, entitled Learning Leadership: The Five Fundamentals of Becoming an Exemplary Leader.  Featured in May on and positively reviewed in The Financial Times, Forbes, and The Irish Times




The 13th edition of Manuel Velasquez’ textbook Philosophy: A Text with Readings was just released.

Faculty in Action

Many members of our faculty have been involved in activities outside of teaching.  A few are named below, and check out the rest by clicking here »

  • Tammy Madsen was appointed Associate Director, Strategy Research Fund - Dissertation Research Program, by the Strategic Management Society.
  • Robert Eberhart was appointed to the Editorial Review Board of Organization Science.
  • Greg Baker was interviewed by KQED regarding access to the Internet in Cuba. The interview played on NPR’s the California report and nationally on Here and Now.
Selected Publications
“Leaders are Born, and So Are You”
Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner

Talent Quarterly

“What Problems Does Crowdfunding Solve?”
Keyvan Kashkooli

California Management Review

Management Updates
Selected Presentations

Many of our professors have been presenting their research across the nation, and around the world.  Check out their work, the conferences they spoke at, and the places they've been.

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Faculty Awards

Recently, some of the Management professors have been awarded a variety of awards. A few are named below and make sure to check out the rest by clicking here »

  • The NSF awarded a grant to Jennifer Woolley for the project “RUI:  Examining Early Stage Technology Firms' Use of Business Development Programs” for $263,000.
  • Long Le received grant to support student officers of SCU Microfinance Organization to present their projects at the Justice Conference at Seattle University in summer 2017.
  • Nydia MacGregor and Desmond Lo received a Sustainability Professional Development Grant in the amount of $25,000 for the project "Fostering Clean Energy Clusters."
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