UNM Anderson Schools Announces Addition of Five New Faculty Members
August 26, 2004
Ann L. Cunliffe joins the Department of Organizational Studies from California State University-Hayward where she was Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Affairs and Administration. She received her Ph.D. from the Management School at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom. Dr. Cunliffe’s research explores how managers shape their organizational culture, identities and actions through everyday conversations. This fall Cunliffe will teach Training and Development to undergraduates and Human Resources Management Theory and Applications to graduate students.
Robert G. DelCampo, an alumnus of UNM and The Anderson Schools’ MBA Program, received his Ph.D. from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. A member of the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, DelCampo’s research interests cover a wide variety of topics in the field of organizational behavior. Dr. DelCampo will teach Organizational Behavior and Diversity and Human Resources Theory and Practice courses for ASM’s Department of Organizational Studies this fall.
Douglas M. Stewart comes to The Anderson Schools from The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University, where he was an assistant professor. Dr. Stewart received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California-Los Angeles. His research interests include service operations management and service design and application of cognitive psychology to service design issues. He joins the Department of Marketing, Information and Decision Sciences as an assistant professor, teaching courses in service operations management to BBA and MBA students.
Jack Su, who joins the Department of Marketing, Information and Decision Sciences as an assistant professor, received his Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has done extensive research in the fields of supply chain management and new product development and is fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese. Dr. Su will teach courses on manufacturing systems management at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Harry Van Buren III first came to The Schools in 2003 as a Visiting Lecturer. This year he joins the Department of Organizational Studies as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Van Buren received his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. His research interests include stakeholder analysis, social contracts theory, the effects of religious belief on managerial behavior, and organizational social capital. This fall, Dr. Van Buren will teach the undergraduate course on the ethical, political, and social environment of business.
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