Our EMBA faculty members are hand-selected for their knowledge, research, consulting expertise, and their ability to teach adult students. Our faculty members are generally full-time, senior members of the UNM Graduate School of Management and hold doctorate degrees from highly regarded universities in the U.S. and abroad. In order to teach at the executive level, professors must have a long track record of academic excellence and practical experience in industry.
All of our faculty hold Ph.D.'s and regularly review and update their course materials to reflect the latest thinking in their respective fields. As teachers of professional students, they strive to use a variety of teaching formats including case methods, group projects, classroom discussions, guest lectures, and peer teaching to facilitate interaction among EMBA program participants.
Professors of the Executive MBA Program weave together both current and timeless business concepts and show their practical application to the workplace. The result is a challenging, sophisticated classroom environment that enables students to improve their job performance and move their careers forward.
Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park
Teaching areas: International Management, Business in Mexico
Research Interests: International Strategic Management, Globalization, Competitive Dynamics, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Creativity and Diversity, and Transaction Cost Economics
Anderson School of Management Associate Dean
Ph.D., Arizona State University
Teaching areas: Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management
Research Interests: Underrepresented Members of the Workforce, Generational Issues at Work, Work-Family Conflict, Turnover and Psychological Contracts.
Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Teaching areas: Latin American Business, International Management, Export &Import Business Strategies
Research Interests: International Trade & Business, E-Commerce, Digital Education, Business Issues in the Amazon
Organizational Studies Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder
Teaching areas: Organizational Behavior/Human Resources Management, Organizational Development, Diversity in Organizations
Research Interests: Diversity in Organizations, Organizational Culture, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Director of the Center for Support of Economic Development
Ph.D., University of Iowa
Teaching areas: MOT, Technology Commercialization, e-Commerce, Economic Development in High Technology
Research Interests: Technology Commercialization, e-Commerce, Technology Startups
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Regent's Associate Professor of Accounting
Teaching areas: Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting
Research Interests: The social role of accounting, accounting for non-profit organizations, the history of accounting and interdisciplinary research on social policy.
Regents' Professor Emeritus of Management, Economics
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley; J.D., University of New Mexico
Teaching areas: Economics; Law
Research Interests: Legal and Economic Aspects of Families, Labor Theory
Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., Ohio State University
Teaching areas: Logistics Systems Management and Supply Chain Management
Research Interests: Variance Analysis in Logistics Systems, Application of Data Envelopment Analysis in Supply Chains
Ph.D., University of Colorado
Teaching areas: Business Communications
Research Interests: Editing, Popular Science Writing, Persuasive Strategies for Business and Technical Writing, Communication Ethics, and the Rhetoric of Visual Design for the Printed and Electronic Page.
Professor of Finance
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Teaching areas: Corporate Finance, Investments and Derivatives
Research Interests: Private Equity Market, Corporate Share Repurchase and Insider Trading, Tax Consequences of Earnings' Announcements, Equity Investment and PEG ratios, Valuation of Corporate Intangibles.
Ph.D., Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Teaching areas: Strategic Management and International business
Research Interests: International Business, Latin American Business, Corporate Social Responsibility
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
Teaching & Research Areas: Business Ethics, Business and Society
Research Interests: Stakeholder Analysis, Social Contracts Theory, Effects of Religious Beliefs on Managerial Behavior, Organizations Social Capital
Director, Technological Entrepreneurship Program
Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Teaching areas: Management of Technology
Accounting Department Chair
Ph.D, Texas Tech, Lubbock, TX
Teaching areas: Taxation of Individuals and Business Entities
Research Interests: Electronic Tax Administration, Tax Systems' Role in Encouraging Innovation, Marriage Tax
Marketing, Information, and Decision Sciences Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Washington
Teaching areas: Operations Management, Statistical Methods, Quality Management, and Statistical Quality Control Research Interests: Quality Improvement, Complex System Failure, and Healthcare Delivery Systems