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Susan Adams
Professor of Management

Adams publishes regularly in academic and practitioner outlets, focusing on organizational effectiveness and professional advancement. Her current studies concentrate on career barriers that women face and the careers and leadership styles of CEOs. Adams is the former chair of the Management Consulting and Careers Divisions of the Academy of Management, and a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Human Resource Management.

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Elizabeth Brown
Assistant Professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning

Brown is a former partner and commercial litigator in an international law firm specializing in intellectual property. Her research interests include Business Law, Intellectual Property Law, Entrepreneurship, and Civil Rights.

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Alina M. Chircu
Associate Professor, Chair of Information and Process Management Department

Prior to joining Bentley, Chircu taught MBA, MPA, undergraduate and PhD courses on IT-supported business processes, e-commerce, decision support systems, research methods, and information systems at the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Minnesota and the University of Iowa. Chircu's research interests include business process management and the business value of transformational technologies such as e-commerce, e-business e-government, and mobile communication technology.

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Ishita Dey
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics
Linda F. Edelman
Associate Professor of Strategic Management

She teaches courses on strategic management and management of innovation to undergraduates, masters and doctoral students, and executives.  Her research focuses on small firms, women and nascent entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurial finance.  Her work is featured in publications such as the Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Industrial and Corporate Change.

Edelman serves on three editorial boards and on an expert review panel for the Belgium FWO.  She is also an investigator on a three-year Russian research grant exploring student nascent entrepreneurship.  Edelman received her MBA and DBA from Boston University.  Before coming to Bentley, she studied at London Business School and was a research fellow at the Warwick Business School and a member of the IKON research group.

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Nina Eichacker
Lecturer of Economics

Eichacker's teaching interests include Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, Monetary Policy, Comparative Economics, European Economics, and Latin American Economics. Nina defended her dissertation about financial liberalization and the European financial crisis in May 2014.

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Monica Garfield
Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems

Monica's teaching primarily focuses on database and database design. Her research interests include the use of IT to enhance creativity, knowledge creation, team conflict, and the impact of IS on teams processes. Garfield has published articles in such journals as Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, Communications of the ACM and Database. She previously taught at the University of South Florida.

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Janis Gogan
Professor of Information and Process Management

Gogan does case-based field research on effective use of information technologies in health care and several other industries. She is the author of numerous Harvard Business School cases on information management that are taught in business schools all over the world, and practitioner columns for Information Week. Gogan was the recipient of the Bentley Excellence in Scholarship Award in 2001.

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Michael Haselkorn
Associate Professor of Accountancy

Haselkorn was formerly employed by Arthur Andersen and Inland Steel Company. His research interests include the use of computers in the classroom and how new manufacturing techniques might change the cost accounting system. Haselkorn is the author of Financial Accounting Practice Set and co-author of Lecture Guide for Teaching Principles of Accounting. Michael formerly taught at Adelphi University and the University of Chicago.

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Alan N. Hoffman
Professor of Strategic Management

Hoffman’s professional credentials run the gamut from professor to author to investment manager to consultant.

His publication credits include the co-authored best-selling textbook Strategic Management and Business Policy. He also wrote The Strategic Management Casebook and Skillbuilder and more than 20 cases focused on strategic management issues at companies such as Whole Foods Market, Wynn Resorts, Ben & Jerry’s, and Liz Claiborne. Publications to feature his work are the Academy of Management Journal, Human Relations and Journal of Business Research, among others.

Hoffman holds a PhD in business and MBA in finance, both from Indiana University. Since 1995, he has managed private equity portfolios as principal of an investment firm. His consulting commitments include the Democratic National Committee, Office of the Party Secretary.

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Charles Malgwi
Senior Lecturer of Accountancy

Malgwi's teaching interests include fraud and forensic accounting, financial and managerial accounting, and international accounting. He has taught in various colleges and universities in Nigeria, the United Kingdom and the United States. His research interests include forensic and investigative accounting, financial crimes, financial reporting, ethics and corporate governance, corruption, and litigation issues.

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Marco Marabelli
Assistant Professor of Information and Process Management

Marco’s research philosophy involves a critical and practice-based approach to social dynamics associated with knowledge management and innovation, mostly at the network level. His primary focus is on the everyday use of technology at work and in private life, and its political implications.

Marco has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles in international journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters.

Among Marco’s 2016 works are an empirical paper on power dynamics associated with social network in healthcare (appeared in Organization Studies); a theoretical paper on how power and practice contribute to strategizing processes of knowledge exploration and exploitation (appeared in Information Systems Journal); and an Oxford University Press chapter on the role of non-IT based technology (physical objects) in networked coordination processes.

Marco is currently involved in a wide qualitative study on online behaviors on social media, and on the societal consequences of the use (and abuse) of big data deriving from digital traces.

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Robert Parsons
Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Roberta Pellant
Adjunct Lecturer of Marketing

Roberta joined Bum Boosa Bamboo Products, a Cape Cod-based maker of eco-friendly 100 percent bamboo disposable products as a consultant, eventually transitioning into principal owner and VP of Marketing and Organizational Development. She supports Bum Boosa’s green initiative and women-run company, being the essential force for obtaining accreditation in the Women's Business Enterprise National Council for Women Owned Businesses.

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Kiana Pierre-Lewis
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning

Pierre-Lewis is a partner/owner of Perkins & Baskin and co-owner of Perkins & Baskin Realty. Her teaching interests include Marketing Law for the Cyberage, and the Legal and Ethical Environment of Business.

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Mihaela Predescu
Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences

Predescu's research interests include applications of dynamical systems in natural and social sciences with emphasis of global stability of solutions and estimation of parameters. She was the recipient of the Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award in 2007 and of several external travel awards from the Association of Women in Mathematics.

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Christine Roberts
Adjunct Lecturer of Marketing
William Starner
Lecturer of Management

Starner's areas of interest include Leadership, Interpersonal Relations, and Negotiation. He has more than 25 years experience in executive human resources, marketing, service, and general management positions. Starner was previously at the General Electric Company; a graduate of its Relations Management Program, Bytex Corporation, General Manager, and Senior Partner at Heidrick & Struggles. His consulting activities are focused in executive assessment, search, selection, and performance.

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Steven Wasserman
Adjunct Lecturer of Finance

Wasserman has been part of the executive team of various firms involved in turnaround situations, mergers and acquisitions, and IPOs, and has significant Wall Street experience raising capital and managing relationships with investors, investment bankers, rating agencies, and commercial banks.

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Joseph Weiss
Professor of Management

Weiss specializes in assessing and assisting professionals to excel in leadership and business competencies and capacties. He created and led executive courses on leading change, project management, business ethics and strategic organizational alignment. Weiss is certified in 360 degree assessments and other instruments, has consulted and worked with executives at Fortune 500, 1000, and start-up firms. His primary teaching and research interests include leadership, business ethics, technology and management, spirituality and vocational calling, and strategic team alignment.

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