The faculty for the College of Business provide a rewarding and enlightening experience for students. Their classes are team-oriented and include field-based learning to provide real life structure to the Business program.
Faculty in the news
January 16, 2020 – We congratulate College of Business Department Chair Dr. Marylou Shockley for receiving the 2019 President’s Medal Award! Dr. Shockley was one of three CSUMB employees to receive the award for 2019, which honors outstanding service to the University.
Over the past five-year year period, College faculty have been published consistently in the top journals in their disciplines and have won research awards and professional recognition in their areas of expertise. This applied research has a broad impact on student success as COB faculty use their research in classroom teaching and involve students in research projects and activities.
September 25th, 2019, Assistant Professor Dr. Roberta Atzori, along with four other women in the Sustainable Hospitality Management was honored by the Monterey County Hospitality Association (MCHA) at the Embassy Suites in Seaside, CA. Students Magdalena Ferraro, Nichol Veles, and Abigail Castillo; Dr. Roberta Atzori; and Administrative Support Coordinator Cynthia Satterlee-Donoghue received awards for their dedication to leadership and professional excellence in their roles.
On May 10th, SAS Global Academic Program and the College of Business organized two workshops to provide faculty with important information about SAS , its support for CSUMB Students and Faculty, emerging career opportunities in data analytics, various certifications, and academic and experiential engagement. The sessions were aimed at discovering various opportunities in data analytics/manipulation techniques available to faculty at CSUMB.
Friday, March 9 - College of Business held its second Student Learning Initiative Workshop focused on Rigor and Student Success in the Classroom.
Dean Kamath was invited to join the board of the Hope Collaborative in Bedford, MA a non-profit that focuses on leadership development for disadvantaged children and youth.