Ellen Frank

Management / MIS
SB 206
266
Biography

Dr. Ellen J. Frank received her Ph.D. in Industrial Psychology from Purdue University in 1973. She worked as a management consultant to large corporations in the U.S. and Mexico before entering academia. Her expertise was in developing HR procedures and collecting employee attitudinal data. While in Mexico she taught in what was considered the top MBA program in the country. She also taught at institutions in New Mexico and West Virginia before coming to SCSU in 1983. A serious amateur photographer, she has traveled to 55 countries learning about their cultures. She has held Fulbright positions in Colombia and Latvia.

Teaching Areas

Undergraduate:

  • MGT 300: Management and Organizations
  • MGT 305: Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 460: International Business

Recent Publications

“Entrepreneurship Education: A Look at Two Universities” submitted in January 2016 to the “Journal of Entrepreneurship Education”

“Who Is Responsible? A Group Exercise in Role Expectations” submitted in January 2016 to the “Journal of Organizational Behavior Education”

“Teaching International Business as an Opportunity to Develop Cultural Competency” submitted in February 2016 to the “Journal of International Business Education”

“You Can Lead Students to the Check List…. But You Can’t Make Them Use It” submitted in February 2016 to the “Journal of Management Education”

“Piggy-Backing an O.B. Experience on the Total Enterprise Simulation” submitted in March 2016 to the “Journal of Organizational Behavior Education”

“Up-dating the O.B. Classroom to the New Business Paradigm” ACCEPTED to the Business Education Innovation Journal