Faculty Profiles

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Goutam Chakraborty, PhD

Ralph A. and Peggy A. Brenneman Professor of Marketing

“I use a strategic business simulation as part of this class because it allows students to vicariously experience the real challenges in running a global company in a marketplace where technology is changing rapidly…

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Clifford Hawley

Chair and Professor of Economics

Cliff Hawley, Chair and Professor of Economics at West Virginia University (WVU), has been teaching regularly for CIMBA since 1995. Professor Hawley takes an active role in reaching out to WVU students about the CIMBA program…

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Tim Shaftel

Jordan Haines Teaching Professor in Business

“After I first taught CIMBA in 1995 I knew it was something special for my family and I as well as a worthwhile experience for students. My feelings about the impact on students have only increased as I’ve witnessed first-hand their growth and development.…

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Paul Mason

Lecturer in Forensic Accounting

CIMBA has Touched More Than 10,000 Lives

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Thomas Buchman

Professor of Accounting

University of Colorado Professor: CIMBA’s Small Class Sizes Build Community

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Dominic Standish, Ph.D.

Adjunct Lecturer

Sharing his Passion for Cross-Cultural Communications

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Molly Rapert

Associate Professor of Marketing

Exploring Global Business and Marketing Strategies

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Dr. Michael Grieves

Chairman Emeritus & World-renowned Expert in PLM

Dr. Michael Grieves is the author of Product Lifecycle Management: Driving the Next Generation of Lean Thinking (McGraw-Hill, 2006) and Virtually Perfect: Driving Innovation and Lean through Product Lifecycle Management (in publication). He is a world-recognized expert in PLM and information systems and lectures worldwide on Product Lifecycle Management.

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Matt Bowler

Don R. Brattain Professor of Management

"Here, I’ve been able to get to know my students really well. This has been more of a family atmosphere: much more getting to know the students, interacting with them, seeing them multiple times per week, and then engaging with them outside the classroom...

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Nancy Hauserman

Professor Emeritus of Management & Organizations

“The opportunity to teach at CIMBA has been one of the highlights of my teaching career. It has offered me an opportunity to teach a diverse group of students from all over the world with a variety of business and cultural backgrounds. Classroom discussions are lively and often followed up by some less serious but […]

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