Stillman School of Business
 Wagdy Abdallah* 

Paula Alexander  

Amar Amar*

Joan Coll*  

John Dall    

John Ford  

John J. Harrington, Jr.

Richard J. Hunter, Jr.*

Chander Kant 

Gary Kritz   

Tony Loviscek 

Héctor R. Lozada

 Larry McCarthy

Athar Murtuza

Agnes Olszewski

Karen Passaro

Robert Shapiro

Sung Shim

Leigh Stelzer

William Stoever (emeritus)

Eleanor Xu

Jason Yin 

Yeomin Yoon 

* Indicates founding member

Charter of Rights and Responsibilities for the Fellows
A Fellow should engage in one or more of the following activities, as appropriate:

  • Engage in academic and professional research on topics concerning international business;

  • Teach courses either solely or primarily dedicated to international business topics or which contain significant international content, especially the undergraduate International Business Colloquium or the graduate International Perspectives course;

  • Present papers at appropriate academic or professional conferences or at meetings dealing with international business issues or aspects;

  • Participate in panels, discussions, colloquia, and meetings on topics relevant to international business;

  • Engage in individual foreign travel or participate in foreign academic programs or exchanges;

  • Engage in appropriate foreign teaching and research exchange programs or assignments;

  • Create new international business course offerings;

  • Host and welcome foreign academics, colleagues, students and other visitors to Seton Hall University and to the Stillman School;

  • Participate appropriately in the activities of the Institute for International Business;

  • Include the designation "Faculty Fellow of the Institute for International Business" as appropriate.

Contact Us

The Institute for International Business
(973) 275-2957
Jubilee Hall

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