Larry L. Luing School of Business® Faculty Accomplishments
Berkeley College faculty members were recognized for various accomplishments during recent months. Here are the highlights:
Corrado Amato from the Larry L. Luing School of Business completed his Ph.D. from Northcentral University in organizational leadership.
In October 2017, Dena Bateh, PhD, Management, was among the panelists for “Women in Media: The Courage to Own Your Story,” an event hosted by Berkeley College in Manhattan, NY. Held in celebration of Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, Dr. Bateh joined leaders from media and marketing to discuss how women are shaping the news landscape, and the courage needed to make your voice heard in the face of adversity.
Darshan Desai, PhD, Management, is the author of “College Nails Trending Field of Study with Innovative Student Project,” an editorial published by eCampus News in September 2017. In the article, Dr. Desai shares an in-depth look behind her Data Analysis and Decision-Making course and the Business for Peace Index, a visual analytics tool her students created as part of a consulting project.
Christian Ehiobuche, PhD, Management, is the author of Intra-Afro-Trading: A Move for Sustainable Regionalization (Touchline Hayes Ltd. 2017), a book that provides practical ideas on how to develop strategies for running successful and sustainable businesses across African borders. He is also co-author of “Paradox of Sustainable Development Expectations and Realities of the Role of Mega Oil Companies in Niger Delta Area of Nigeria” and “Ideology and African Unity: The Case of the African Union.” The articles were published in September 2017 by Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal: Critical Thinking Series (Volume 2017, Issue 3), and Feature Edition Journal: Critical Thinking Series (Volume 2017, Issue 3), respectively.
In September 2017, William Filerino, PhD, Fashion, helped the Berkeley College Fashion Club in Woodland Park orchestrate a fashion show for the opening reception of Paterson Eco-Chic, an eco-friendly fashion art installation at the Paterson Museum. The show presented a historical overview of fashion in Paterson, displaying garments that ranged from the Victorian era to the 1960s. FiOS1 News, NJTV News, Newark Public Radio station WBGO 88.3, and the Daily Voice interviewed Dr. Filerino about the show and the significance of sustainability in fashion.
In July and August 2017, Lou Piermatteo, DM, Management, served as the Berkeley College faculty administrator for faculty members visiting from the Guizhou University of Finance and Economics (GUFE) to train in teaching methods and best practices at Berkeley College in White Plains. The training is part of the Berkeley College Global Alliance – Collaborative Programs at GUFE. The Westchester County Business Journal interviewed Dr. Piermatteo for a story about the faculty members’ visit.
In October 2017, Mary Wagner, PhD, Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies, served as a moderator for “Women in Media: The Courage to Own Your Story,” an event hosted by Berkeley College in Woodbridge. Held in celebration of Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, the event addressed how women are shaping the news landscape, and the courage needed to make your voice heard in the face of adversity.