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Online Graduate Program Faculty

The Arthur J. Kania School of Management

Management and Marketing Faculty

Jeremy Brees (2012)
Assistant Professor, Management/Marketing (1996)
B.S. Appalachian State University
Ph.D., University of Florida

Alan L. Brumagim (1990)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1996)
B.B.A., The Pennsylvania State University
M.B.A., Ph.D., Temple University

Cynthia W. Cann (1994)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (2002)
B.S., MBA, The University of Scranton
Ph.D., Binghamton University

Satya P. Chattopadhyay (1990)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1997)
B.M.E., Jadaupur University
P.G.D.M., Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Jafor Chowdhury, D. et U.* (1987)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1993)
B.Comm., M.Comm., Dacca University
MBA, Dalhousie University
Ph.D., Temple University

Kim Daniloski (2011)
Assistant Professor, Management/Marketing (2011)
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Irene Goll (1988)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1994)
B.S., The Pennsylvania State University
M.A., University of Illinois
Ph.D., Temple University

Taewan Kim (2011)
Assistant Professor, Management/ Marketing (2011)
BS., Hannan University, South Korea
M.P.A., Ph.D. cand. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Robert L. McKeage, D. et U.* (1974)
Associate Professor, Marketing/Management (1993)
B.S., MBA, The University of Scranton
M.A., Lehigh University
Ph.D., Temple University

Abhijit Roy (2006)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (2006)
B.S., University of Allahabad, India
M.S., MBA, University of Arizona
D.B.A., Boston University

Delia A. Sumrall (1992)
Chair, Department of Management/Marketing (2008)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1995)
B.S., MBA, University of Southern Mississippi
D.B.A., Mississippi State University

Len Tischler (1990)
Professor, Management/Marketing (2008)
B.A., Wabash College
MBA, Ph.D., University of Maryland

John M. Zych (1991)
Associate Professor, Management/Marketing (1997)
B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute
MBA, Babson College
D.B.A., Boston University

Operations and Information Management Faculty

S. Kingsley Gnanendran, D. et U.* (1989)
Professor, Operations Management (2007)
B.Sc., University of Sri Lanka
M.Eng., Asian Institute of Technology
Ph.D., University of Tennessee

Deborah J. Gougeon, D. et U.* (1979)
Associate Professor, Operations Management (1988)
B.S., M.S., The University of Scranton
Ph.D., Walden University

Kathleen Iacocca (2011)
Assistant Professor, Operations & Information Management (2011)
B.S., MBA, The University of Scranton
Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Satyanarayana V. Prattipati (1990)
Associate Professor, Operations Management (1996)
B.S., Andhra University
MBA, Indian Institute of Management
Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo

Sufian Qrunfleh (2009)
Assistant Professor, Operations & Information Management
B.A., The University of Jordan
MBA, Ph.D., The University of Toledo

Rose Sebastianelli, D. et U.* (1988)
Professor, Operations Management (2003)
Alperin Professor of Business Administration (1996)
B.S., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University

Nabil A. Tamimi (1993)
Chair, Department of Operations Management (2007)
Professor, Operations Management (2003)
B.S., The Pennsylvania State University
MBA, The University of Scranton
Ph.D., Temple University

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LAUREN ANDERSON: They made it clear that they wanted to be there to help you. Especially since it's not a normal classroom environment where I can just raise my hand if I have a question. I've got to send an email or send a little message through the school website. So that does make it a little more difficult.

But they were always there to say, look. If you have any questions, even if it's outside of the classroom. I had a lot of them say that. That just keep in touch. Or if you have a question with a different class and you're a confused please reach out to me. So they always felt very accommodating.

JOAN GAFFNEY: They outreach to students directly. They get involved in the online conversations. They help to drive those conversations forward. They encourage you to develop your communication skills.

And that's another area that's very important in an online program is your writing skills, to really craft your messaging and communicate clearly. And they challenge you in a way that, again, helps for you to build your skill level. And prepares you to take that next step forward in business.

CYNTHIA ORTIZ: Something that I've realized with the University of Scranton is that you're not alone. I was nervous about an online program I have always been the type of person to want to have my professor in front of me, and I was nervous at first because I didn't know how this online program was going to be.

But then I realized that communication was key. The professors are there to speak with you. If you have any issues, any concerns, they're willingness to talk to you as long as possible until you're satisfied. And that was really nice. I actually had a really nice experience with one of my professors.

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