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Faculty and Staff

Our faculty are dedicated teacher-scholars who bring both expertise and experience to the business classroom. All are recognized as experts in their fields, conducting innovative research into theory and practice that continually transforms the way business is understood. Many are distinguished for their professional careers, sharing direct insights into how products are developed, assets are invested, people are managed, and companies are guided to greater responsibility and prosperity.

But the primary focus of our business faculty is always students. Each is committed to guiding the next generation of business leaders toward the attitudes and aptitudes needed to succeed in today’s competitive, global business environment.

Faculty Highlights

Dr. John McCarty Honored

At the Annual Faculty/Librarian Recognition Award Ceremony held on February 15, 2024, Dr. John McCarty, Department Chair of Marketing and Interdisciplinary Business, was awarded the Excellence in Student Mentoring and Advising Award. This award recognizes an individual who demonstrated excellence in the mentorship and advising of undergraduate students to be successful in their field.  Dr.…


TCNJ School of Business Professor Presents at NAPAHE

On January 19, 2024, Dr. Waheeda Lillevik, Associate Professor of Management, presented “Minimizing Microaggressions in Higher Education” at the 37th Annual NAPAHE Conference in Washington, D.C. NAPAHE serves professionals and assistants supporting higher education leaders to strengthen the profession through programming, networking, and professional development opportunities. Heather Fehn, VP & Chief of Staff, TCNJ Office of…


TCNJ Business School Ranked 58th in the Nation

TCNJ Business School Ranked 58th in the Nation

The College of New Jersey School of Business moved up one spot from last year to #58, as ranked by Poets&Quants Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2024. The system used by Poets&Quants is considered the most comprehensive assessment of undergraduate business programs, ranking the top 100 schools each year. “Being placed among the Top 100…


Professor Susan Hume Featured on WalletHub Discussion Credit Card Use

Professor Susan Hume Featured on WalletHub Discussion Credit Card Use

Susan Hume, Associate Professor of Finance, Department of Finance, School of Business, The College of New Jersey on WalletHub Discussing Credit Card Use How many credit cards should you have? The average American today has almost 4 credit cards with a credit limit of over $30,000 (according to Experian). This may be a low count as…


Peer Mentors Participate in Lion’s Day Open House

Peer Mentors Participate in Lion’s Day Open House

This weekend The College of New Jersey hosted a Lions Day event to provide prospective students with information and resources regarding admissions, academic majors, and campus tours. This unique event allowed prospective students to connect with the TCNJ community.  Part of that community is the School of Business Peer Mentors. Side by side with the…


Professor Tae-Nyun Kim Featured on WalletHub Discussing Cheap Car Insurance Study

Professor Tae-Nyun Kim Featured on WalletHub Discussing Cheap Car Insurance Study

Tae-Nyun KimPh.D., Associate Professor of Finance, Department of Finance, School of Business, The College of New Jersey on WalletHub Discussing Cheap Car Insurance Why do car insurance rates (and even providers) vary so much from state to state? There are a number of factors that contribute to the determination of car insurance rates. In most…


Management Faculty and Student Present Research at Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management

Management Faculty and Student Present Research at Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management

Aneta Sieminski, a senior management student and Dr. Brenda Ghitulescu, associate professor of management, presented their research on, “The impact of leadership on employee support during organizational mergers: A psychological contract perspective,” at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management in Philadelphia on Wednesday, May 17. Their collective research was praised and…


Is Debt Consolidation a Good Move for Someone With Bad Credit?

Is Debt Consolidation a Good Move for Someone With Bad Credit?

WalletHub posed a question to Dr. Susan Hume, Associate Professor of Finance in the School of Business, and asked if someone with bad credit should consider debt consolidation. Hume explained that credit impacts many things we wouldn’t even think of such as making purchases, finding insurance, and getting approved for rentals and loans. Hume said…


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Business Building, Room 114
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P.O. Box 7718
2000 Pennington Rd.
Ewing, NJ 08628

609.771.3064
business@tcnj.edu