School of Business
Assistant Professor, Economics and Finance
Office Location: Partridge Hall 422
DR. DUBEYearned a PhD in Economics from Cornell University in August 2011. His research focus is in Microeconomic Theory, Social Choice Theory and Welfare Economics. He has published in prestigious journals including the International Journal of Economic Theory and the Journal of Mathematical Economics, and he has a forthcoming article in Social Work and Welfare.
As a Teaching Assistant at Cornell, he received the Anindya Majunder Memorial Prize for Excellence in Teaching in 2009. Most recently he served as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. He has taught economics courses in Mathematical Economics, Game Theory and Optimization Theory at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His extensive teaching experience will strengthen the course offerings of the Department of Economics and Finance.
Associate Professor, Information and Operations Management
Office Location: Partridge Hall
DR. RAVINDER earned his Ph.D. at University of Texas at Austin in 1986 and began his teaching career at the University of New Mexico.
About 10 years ago, Hal left his tenured position in academia to join Johnson & Johnson as a Senior Market Researcher. Most recently, he worked as a consultant at Ortho-McNeil Janssen. We are extremely fortunate to have him return to academia and bring his industry knowledge to the classroom and relate the theory with practice. He will be a great addition to our faculty with his healthcare supply chain expertise.
Assistant Professor, Management
Office Location: Partridge Hall 331
Dr. Zhou earned his Master’s degree in Management from Fudan University and Bachelors of Science from Peking University in China. He was employed in the banking/finance industry for several years. Having earned his PhD in Management at Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY, Wencang joined the Management Department. Dr. Zhou’s primary research interests reside in organizational behavior perspective of entrepreneurship, cross cultural management as well as research methods.