College of Business

JMU College of Business Welcomes New Faculty and Staff

by Karen Doss Bowman

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SUMMARY: JMU's College of Business welcomes new faculty and staff for the 2017-2018 academic year.

This fall, JMU’s College of Business (CoB) welcomes nine new full-time faculty members and two new, visiting full-time faculty, who bring rich experiences as teachers, researchers and practitioners to share with students. The CoB also welcomes three new part-time faculty and a new assistant director of the Academic Success Center. Additionally, an employee from the IT department has been hired to teach a class in computer information systems (CIS).

New full-time CoB faculty:

  • Brack Collier, BLAW
  • Amy Connolly, CIS/BSAN
  • Cathy Hessick, marketing
  • Kamal Lamsal, CIS/BSAN
  • C.K. Lee, management
  • John Manuli, marketing
  • Luis Novoa, CIS/BSAN
  • Ben Selznick, School of Strategic Leadership Studies
  • Jim Storey, Hart School of Hospitality, Recreation and Sport Management
  • Ruiari Walsh, management (visiting professor)
  • Nicole Wright, accounting
  • Weiwei Zhang, finance (visiting professor)

New adjunct CoB faculty:

  • Dustin Didawick, accounting
  • Kevin Jones, accounting
  • Darcy Plymire, Hart School of Hospitality, Recreation and Sport Management
  • John Simms, CIS/BSAN

New assistant director for academic success:

  • Adrienne Giles, ASC

Published: Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 6, 2017

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