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Event Profile

SM-2019 March Advisory Council Seminar Tampa

Date(s):
March 14 — 15, 2019
Venue:
AACSB Suite 100 - Lobby Level
777 South Harbour Island Boulevard, Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33602 
Website:
https://www.aacsb.edu/events/seminar/2019/advisory-council-seminar-mar-tampa
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Sessions information is not available at this time.

Flynn Patricia M.
Organization: Bentley University


Professor Patricia M. Flynn, PhD, Trustee Professor of Economics and Management at Bentley University, served as dean of the McCallum Graduate School of Business from 1992 to 2002. Pat’s research and teaching focus on technology-based economic development, corporate governance and women in business. Her publications include Technology Life Cycles and Human Resources and Turbulence in the American Workplace. Her work has been cited in The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Business Week, Harvard Business Review, the Chronicle of Higher Education, The Irish Times, and Financial Executive. She has testified before Congress and appeared on NBC's The Today Show discussing the impacts of technological change on jobs and workers. Flynn is co-author of The Boston Club's Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers published annually since 2003. She is co-author of " 'Perfect Storm' on the Horizon for Women Business School Deans?" published in June 2011 in the Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) journal. Flynn has served on numerous corporate and not-for-profit boards. She currently is a director of Columbia Funds. She previously served on the boards of Boston Fed Bancorp Inc., U.S. Trust, and The Federal Savings Bank, each of which was acquired. In the not-for-profit sector, Flynn currently serves on the Advisory Board of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)/New England, the governing board of the Innovation Institute of the MA Technology Collaborative, on the MA Business Roundtable and as trustee of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation. Since 2011, Flynn has served as co-chair of the United Nations PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) Working Group on Gender Equality, which involves over 500 business schools in 80 countries. In that role, she is currently co-editing two books: Integrating Gender Equality into Management Education, and Overcoming Challenges to Gender Equality in the Workplace. Flynn has a bachelor's degree in economics from Emmanuel College, and a master's degree and PhD in economics from Boston University. She has been awarded an honorary degree in Humane Letters from Emmanuel College; the Distinguished Alumni Award from Boston University; the Adamian Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Bentley University Scholar of the Year Award, and the New England Women's Leadership Award.


Limayem Moez
Organization: University of South Florida


Moez Limayem is a scholar-researcher whose passion for encouraging relevant business research goes hand-in-hand with his data analysis expertise, teaching acumen, and visionary thinking. The dean of the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business has enhanced the college’s profile, increased resources, built demand, and strengthened relationships with alumni and business leaders. As a result, the college has received several transformational gifts. As an administrator, Limayem streamlined the college’s infrastructure and helped faculty members land national research grants, bolstering the college’s research profile. As a scholar, Limayem has received many awards and published dozens of articles, many on technology and its intersection with consumers.


Sarhan Mostafa H.
Organization: Savannah State University


Mo Sarhan is Dean of the College of Business Administration at Savannah State University. Prior to joining Savannah State University, he was the Chair of the George W. Daverio School of Accountancy at the University of Akron. He received a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Arkansas in 1983. Throughout his career, he has served on numerous committees in academic and professional organizations. He has also served as President of the Southern Business Administration Association (SBAA), President of the HBCU Business Deans Roundtable Summit, President of the Ohio Region of the American Accounting Association, and National Director of the Institute of Management Accountants. He has been an active AACSB volunteer, serving on committees, mentoring several schools, and serving on peer review teams.


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