Our program, ranked No. 8 in the U.S. by College Factual 2019, prepares students to move their companies ahead of the competition by successfully mobilizing and coordinating resources, all while keeping a close eye on the bottom line. Rigorous coursework offers an understanding of complex managerial issues and ethical practices.
- Madan Gopal Annavarjula - Professor
- Lori A. Coakley - Professor
- Diya Das - Associate Professor
- T. V. Jayaraman - Lecturer
- Crystal Jiang - Associate Professor
- Samuel Kornreich - Lecturer
- Eileen Kwesiga - Associate Professor
- Harsh K. Luthar - Professor
- Robert Peter Massoud - Lecturer
- Lou Mazzucchelli - Lecturer
- Kathryn Ostermeier - Assistant Professor
- John M. Poirier - Senior Lecturer
- Dirk J Primus - Assistant Professor
- Andres Ramirez - Associate Professor
- Christopher Ratcliffe - Lecturer
- Michael A. Roberto - Professor
- Christopher John Roethlein - Professor
- Adam Rubin - Senior Lecturer
- Elzotbek Rustambekov - Associate Professor
- James Courtney Segovis - Associate Professor
- V. K. Unni - Professor
- John K. Visich - Professor
- Mark A Vozella - Lecturer
- Shirley A. Wilson - Professor
- Alberto Aneses-Negron
- Linda Barringer
- Elizabeth Carter
- Ed Drozda
- Bo Fan
- Valerie Leduc
- Keith Murphy
- Mehreen Pasha
Eileen KwesigaAssociate Professor, Management
Faculty Suite J, Room 120
Management Principles, Service Learning, Organizational Behavior, Business Strategy Capstone, Nonprofit Management, MBA
Diversity. social entrepreneurship, social learning
- Rhode Island Black Business Association
- Society of Human Resources Professionals
- Africa Academy of Management
- Academy of Management
- 2014, Presidential Fellow
Kwesiga, E., Building Symbiotic Sustainable Business Model Using an Integral Intervention: The ADCAM, Maasai Community and Pikolino Case, Case Research Journal.
Kwesiga, E., Calculated Compassion from the Base of the Pyramid: When the Indigenous Entrepreneurs Become Global Entrepreneurs .
Kwesiga, E., Passion and Compassion in the Classroom and Beyond: Experiential Learning International.
Kwesiga, E., Stakeholder Transformation Process: Through the Lenses of Entrepreneurial Alertness within an Indigenous Community, Journal of Business Ethics.
Kwesiga, E., Sustainable Development in Africa through Management Theory, Research and Practice, Africa Journal of Mnagement Emerald.
Das, D., Identity Strategies in Mitigating Liability of Foreignness for Immigrant Owned Organizations. Under review at New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, New England Journal of Entrepreneurship.
Kwesiga, E., Assessing Cross-National Invariance of the Three-Component Model of Organizational Commitment: A Cross-Country Study of University Faculty.
Das, D., Kwesiga, E., Sardesmukh, S., Juma, N., To be or not to be an ethnic firm, New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 2017.
Asare, K., Kwesiga, E., Bline, D., Folami, L., The Impact of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Context Variables on Organizational Commitment, International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 2014.
Asare, K., Kwesiga, E., Bline, D., Folami, L., The Impact of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Context Variables on Organizational Commitment, Proceedings of The International Academy of Business and Public Administration 2013 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, 2013.
Asare, K., Kwesiga, E., Bline, D., Folami, L., The Impact of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Context Variables on Organizational Commitment, The International Academy of Business and Public Administration, 2013.
Kwesiga, E., Management in Africa; Looking into the Future. Africa , Journal of Economics and Management Studies., 2013.