Education: B.S. in Business and Accounting, SUNY Oswego; M.B.A. in Marketing, Rochester Institute of Technology; M.S. Ed, Nazareth College
Education: B.A. in Economics, SUNY Binghamton; M.B.A. in Accounting, Canisius College
Teaching and Research Interests: Auditing, taxation, and corporate finance.
Education: M.B.A., Syracuse University; M.S. in career & human resource development from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Al has professional management and career development experience from past roles directing internships for the College, working as a career services advisor for Rochester Works!, and serving on the board of the Rochester Career Mentoring Charter School.
Cabral has published and presented at the local and national levels on experiential learning, service learning, internships, and career decision making. He was instrumental in developing the Experiential Education Academy for the National Society for Experiential Education and remains a member of the Academy faculty. In 2010, Cabral received the Outstanding Faculty Advisor award from the National Academic Advisement Association.
Education: B.A. SUNY College at Potsdam in Economics; M.A., SUNY at Binghamton in Economics; Ph.D., Binghamton University in Economics
Teaching and Research Interests: Labor economics, human capital theory, and the economic history of Canada and the fur trade.
Education: B.A. in History of Design and Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; M.S. in Human Resource Management, Sheffield Hallam University, UK; Ph.D., The University of Sheffield Management School, UK.
Teaching and Research Interests: All things virtual (especially teams) and psychological contract, E-HRM, and social media.
Dr. Hair currently serves on the Human Resource Advisory council and is also a member of the Erie Canal Applied Psychologists Network, which meets every three months to discuss research.
Education: B.A. in psychology, Hobart College; M.A. in industrial/organizational psychology and graduate certificate in gerontology, University of Akron; Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology, University of Akron
Teaching Interests: Organizational Behavior, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Human Resource Management, Motivation, Leadership, Organizational Change, and Industrial Gerontology
Research Interests: career development, working in retirement, and mentorship
Education: B.A. in History, Swarthmore College; M.A. in Whole System Design, Antioch University; Ph.D. in Organization Studies, Wallace E. Carroll School of Management, Boston College
Teaching and Research Interests: Organizational behavior, managerial ethics, leadership, organizations and society, gender in management, and organizational change. Academic research addresses management education and inter-organizational relationships, particularly cross-sector partnerships and corporate social responsibility.
Education: B.S. in Administration, University of New Hampshire; M.S. in Finance, Boston College Graduate School of Management
Teaching and Research Interests: Tax, finance, and small business.
Education: B.A. in Economics, Colgate University; M.S. in Economics, University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. in Economics with a concentration in Industrial Organization, University of Wisconsin
Teaching and Research Interests: Principles of microeconomics, international business economics, intermediate microeconomics, and development economics. Areas of research interest include assessing the use of innovative teaching strategies in the classroom.
Education: B.A. Economics and History, Hobart College; J.D., SUNY at Buffalo
Teaching and Research Interests: Music business, digital recording and music production.
Education: B.A. in Marketing and Advertising, Ohio University; M.B.A. in Strategy and Marketing, University of Dayton.
Sonya has worked for the School of Management for six years, first as the assistant to the Chair, before moving to her current position as assistant to Jerry Zappia, Dean. She finds her job at Nazareth is most rewarding through the interactions with students, faculty and staff and the warmth, friendliness and feelings of community that they nurture.