Department of Management

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Richard Edgerton Professor of Marketing; Chair, Department of Management and Marketing
Green Hall 221B

Dr. Basil G. Englis, Ph.D. is the Richard Edgerton Professor of Marketing and Chair of the Marketing and Management Department. He is a psychologist who has taught consumer behavior, marketing and related subjects in business schools in the U.S., Europe and India. His research and scholarly work have appeared in more than 85 publications.

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Charles A. Dana Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Green 226

Dr. Paula Danskin Englis, Ph.D. is Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and is also the Academic Director of the Berry College Entrepreneurship Program. Her research has appeared in more than 78 publications and Dr. Englis has taught entrepreneurship, strategy and international business in business schools across three continents (North America, Europe and Asia).

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David C. Garrett Jr. Professor of Business Administration; Chair, Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Data Analytics
Green 414

John Grout is the David C. Garrett Jr. Professor, former dean, and award-winning teacher in the Campbell School of Business. John helped found Berry’s Creative Technologies program and HackBerry Lab. He is a Shingo Prize winner for research in mistake-proofing, having published numerous articles on the topic.

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Assistant Professor of Management
Green Hall 313

Manos Kalargiros is passionate about stimulating discourse as well as independent, divergent and critical thinking in Berry students using Socratic questioning. Since his arrival at Berry College, he has taught courses both at the undergraduate and graduate (M.B.A.) level that include Ethical Issues in Business, Organizational Behavior, Leadership & Change Management, Organizational Creativity, and Strategic Management. His research interests center on the intrinsic value of human dignity, ethical moral reasoning and cognitive barriers relating thereto.

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Associate Professor of Management
Green 302

Dr. Kang’s research interests center on firm strategy and the performance implications of R&D decisions. He is the recipient of several teaching and research awards, including Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year, Coller Senior Awards from Tel Aviv University, and Outstanding Scholar Awards from the Campbell School of Business.

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Assistant Professor of Management
Green Hall 215

A teacher, researcher and consultant, Dr. Kushins examines organizational cultures, family businesses, HR practices, and organizational routines. He has published on topics ranging from race and discrimination in hiring to R&D development in Chinese family business.

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Assistant Professor of Data Analytics
Green Hall 411

Thema Monroe-White, Ph.D. is the Assistant Professor of Data Analytics and the Academic Director of the Campbell Center for Data Analytics (C2DA) at Berry College. As an interdisciplinary scholar, she examines the entrepreneurial, workforce and educational pathways of racially minoritized groups in science, engineering and information technology fields.

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Associate Professor of Business Communication
Green Hall 410

Samantha Nazione teaches public relations courses, as well as a special rhetoric and public address section for future health care providers in the Communication Department at Berry College. Her research focuses on persuasion in the context of health.

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