Faculty Affiliates

Faculty affiliates include adjunct and research faculty at the Robert H. Smith School of Business who integrate content, teach courses or conduct research in the realm of social value creation.

Management & Organization

Nicole M. Coomber

Nicole M. Coomber

Assistant Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program
Associate Clinical Professor
David A. Kirsch

David A. Kirsch

Associate Professor
Faculty Director, Center for Social Value Creation
Paulo Prochno

Paulo Prochno

Clinical Professor
James Sanders

James Sanders

Lecturer, Management & Organization
Robert M. Sheehan, Jr.

Robert M. Sheehan, Jr.

Academic Director of the EMBA Program
Lecturer

Logistics, Business & Public Policy

Sandor Boyson

Sandor Boyson

Research Professor Emeritus
Rachelle Sampson

Rachelle Sampson

Associate Professor
Bennet A. Zelner

Bennet A. Zelner

Associate Professor

Marketing

Rosellina Ferraro

Rosellina Ferraro

Assistant Dean of MBA Programs
Associate Professor of Marketing
Mary Beth Furst

Mary Beth Furst

Associate Clinical Professor
Amna Kirmani

Amna Kirmani

Area Chair
Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Marketing
Roxanne Lefkoff

Roxanne Lefkoff

Associate Chair
Clinical Professor
Rebecca Ratner

Rebecca Ratner

Dean's Professor of Marketing

Accounting & Information Assurance

Samuel Handwerger

Samuel Handwerger

Lecturer

Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

G. “Anand” Anandalingam

G. “Anand” Anandalingam

Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Management Science
Wedad J. Elmaghraby

Wedad J. Elmaghraby

Area Chair
Dean’s Professor of Operations Management
Shreevardhan Lele

Shreevardhan Lele

Clinical Professor Emeritus
Siva Viswanathan

Siva Viswanathan

Dean's Professor of Information Systems

College of Arts & Humanities

Sun Young Lee, Assistant Professor

Sun Lee’s research interests focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR), and specifically on businesses’ creation of social value and generation of positive social impacts. Her research interests include communication strategies to attenuate consumer skepticism, visual strategies in CSR messages, the co-creation of social value through CSR activities, and the effects of CSR practices in a crisis context. She also teaches a course on public relations and corporate social responsibility.

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