School of Business

Professor and Chair, Information and Operations Management
ext. 7847
Office Location: Partridge Hall 352

DR. JAIN joined the School of Business as Department Chair and Professor of Information and Operations Management.  Most recently, Professor Jain was an Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore.  Before Joining NUS, Professor Jain held a faculty appointment at Stevens Institute of Technology, where she received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in technology management.   Dr. Jain is a prolific scholar and her research interests intersect systems architecture and design, systems integration, service operations management and business process analysis and management.  She has worked on several research grants as Principal and Co-Principal Investigator on topics related to systems thinking, systems architecture and design and curriculum development.

Prof. Jain is skilled and committed teacher and has been invited to lecture internationally at Keio University and Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology (OCIT) in Taiwan, and the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, among others.  Professor Jain also brings deep insight and credibility on the complexities and dynamics of today’s marketplace.  Earlier in her career, Professor Jain worked with Accenture, a leading IT consulting company.  At Accenture, Dr. Jain consulted for Fortune 100 companies in energy, telecom, utilities and financial services sectors.  Dr. Jain will be a tremendous asset to the University and the School of Business Communities.

Associate Professor, Marketing
ext. 4254
Office Location: Partridge Hall

Dr. Jensen joins the School of Business as an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing.  Dr. Jensen completed his Ph.D. in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University.   His research interests are in the areas of sports sponsorship, sports fan behavior and use of internet and social media in sports.   Dr. Jensen has successfully published his research in The Journal of Soccer and Society, The Sport Journal, Journal of Sports Media, International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship and Science Communication, etc.  He has taught a variety of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio and University of South Dakota, in Vermillion, South Dakota.

Assistant Professor, Economics and Finance
ext. 5255
Office Location: Partridge Hall

Dr. Nicholson joins the School of Business as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and Finance after completing his Ph.D. in Real Estate from the University of Georgia.  His research interests are in the areas of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), real estate finance, gentrification and urban economics.  He has several years of experience in both finance as an Institutional Bond Analyst and real estate as a Project Manager.  Dr. Nicholson has successfully taught numerous real estate courses at Georgia, one of the top real estate programs in the country, over the past few years.


Associate Professor, Management
ext. 4000
Office Location: Partridge Hall

DR. NUÑEZ joins the School of Business as an Associate Professor in the Department of Management, and will be working closely with the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship.  He received an M.S. and Ph.D. from Stevens Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Montclair State University, Dr. Nuñez was on the faculty of Ramapo College.

Dr. Nuñez has published research on pioneering innovation practices and entrepreneurship in publications such as the Encyclopedia of New Venture Management (SAGE Reference), and the Business Journal for Entrepreneurs. He has also presented papers at annual conferences of leading academic associations such as the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, the Product Development and Management Association, and the Teaching Society for Management Educators.

Prior to his academic career, Dr. Nuñez was a consultant and entrepreneur, having founded firms that provided expertise on strategic development efforts to multinational organizations. He continues to offer his expertise to outside agencies in a consulting capacity.


Assistant Professor, Management
ext. 2108
Office Location: Partridge Hall 337

DR. PARIKH joins the School of Business as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management.  Dr. Parikh earned his Ph.D in Hospitality and Tourism Management at Purdue University.  His research interests focus on the areas technology and foodservice; he has successfully published works in Hospitality Review Journal and Journal of Foodservice Business Research. His teaching experience includes food and beverage management and hospitality management.