USF School of Management Faculty
Alphabetical List of USF School of Management Faculty
Associate Professor Monika Hudson successfully blends professional experience in the public sector with deep community involvement, teaching and research. She brings to life USF's commitment to provide students with challenging academic programs, preparing them to activate positive change in the workplace and in society. Her fields of expertise include entrepreneurship, organizational behavior, management and all aspects of public administration. Professor Hudson's development as a teacher and...
EdD candidate, Education, University of San Francisco, DM, Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, MBA, University of San Francisco, BS, Communications Studies and Political Science, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Entrepreneurship, Organizational behavior, Management, Public administration
Associate Professor Keith Hunter conducts research in Organizational Network Analysis, Organizational Culture, and Innovation Leadership. He is particularly interested in how social networks both influence and reflect the active mental models and power dynamics within organizations. Dr. Hunter's investigations of the patterns of interaction among people and their implications for human behavior and organizational outcomes are of critical significance to tomorrow's business leaders. Dr. Hunter's...
PhD Organizational Behavior and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, 2011, MPhil, Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, 2011, MS, Computer Science, University of Central Florida, FL, 1997, BS, Computer Science, University of Central Florida, FL, 1994, Associate of Arts, Valencia Community College, Orlando, FL, 1991, Graduate, Naval Nuclear Power School, Orlando, FL
Professor Stephen J. Huxley is recognized by his fellow colleagues, students and a number of professional organizations for his achievements in academia, having been a teacher and researcher at USF since 1973. Most notably, he is the recipient of the Franz Edelman Outstanding Management Science Award, the highest award given in the profession and the Sarlo Prize, the highest award bestowed to a faculty member for teaching that exemplifies USF's mission and values. With research specializations...
Registered Investment Advisor (Series 65), 2004-Present, Ph.D., Economics, University of California, San Diego, 1975, B.S., Business Administration and Statistics, Ohio State University, 1966
Nicholas Imparato is a professor of marketing and management at the University of San Francisco and, since 2011, chair of the Department of Marketing (originally the Department of Marketing and Law). He is formerly a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University (1996 – 2012). During a lengthy series of special leaves of absence from the university, he held positions as a senior executive and board member at publicly listed (NYSE, NASDAQ) and closely held companies here and in...
Richard Greggory Johnson III is a tenured Full Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Public and Nonprofit Administration, School of Management, University of San Francisco. He is also Director of the Business Minor in the School of Management as well. Professor Johnson’s research centers on social equity within the fields of public policy, management, higher education and Human Resources Management. He has been teaching in higher education for almost twenty years and is widely...
Doctorate in Public Policy & Administration, Golden Gate University, Edward S. Ageno School of Business, M.A, Social and Public Policy, Georgetown University, MS, Public Services Management, DePaul University, School of Public Services
Professor Kathleen Kane's forward-thinking research and application of experiential learning techniques is helping develop more effective and conscientious leadership within business communities and organizations. Through such innovative tools as The Behavioral Matrix and the Samurai Game, she helps students better assess their own leadership instincts and abilities. Dr. Kane has won a number of awards for her values-oriented curriculum, her progressive educational research leading to work as a...
Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, The Claremont Graduate University, CA, 1992, Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology, The Claremont Graduate University, CA, 1988, Bachelor of Arts, Mills College, Oakland, CA, 1986 (Phi Beta Kappa member)
Associate Professor of Accounting John Koeplin shows his deep commitment to USF’s core values through teaching students. As a rigorous academic and devoted educator, Koeplin's work centers on ethics in accounting and the teaching of Jesuit and Catholic business education. Prior to his arrival at the University of San Francisco in 1998, Koeplin worked at Hood and Strong, Certified Public Accountants, as a tax accountant at ROLM Corporation, and as an accounting instructor at Santa Clara...
Ph.D., Accounting, University of North Texas, TX, 1998, M.A., Divinity and Theology, Regis School of Theology, Denver, CO, 1991 (Ordained Roman Catholic Priest, June 1991), M.B.A., Taxation, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA, 1983
Member of the Board of Trustees, Downtown College Preparatory School (San Jose) (2016-current)
Assistant Professor Ryan Langan’s research area lies in branding and corporate social responsibility with a focus on understanding how consumers perceive and respond to firms who engage in corporate philanthropy. His current projects explore the potential for corporate giving to elicit feelings of gratitude on the part of consumers. Langan’s research has been published in the Journal of Brand Management, Journal of Business Research and the Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public...
Ph.D., in Marketing University of South Florida, M.B.A., in Marketing University of Portland, B.S., in Sports Management at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse
Assistant Professor June Y. Lee specializes in entrepreneurship and innovation in emerging economies. More specifically, she researches how firms learn and innovate under different institutional environments. Her research and teaching agenda has been sharpened by her industry experiences in entrepreneurship, business, and technology. Lee earned her PhD from Stanford University. Her dissertation, titled Business Groups and Internationalization, explored how business groups from emerging...
Ph.D., Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA , M.S., Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, A.B., Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA, A.B., Economics, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Kevin Lo, Associate Professor in the Department of Organization, Leadership and Communication, is a graduate of the USF joint Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Master of Arts in Asia Pacific Studies (MAPS) program. His scholarly work and teaching focus on cross-cultural management and intercultural communication. Professor Lo has lived and worked in Beijing, Taipei, and Auckland and draws upon these international experiences with cross-cultural communication, interpersonal networks and...
Ph.D., International Management, University of Hawaii, M.B.A., University of San Francisco, M.A.P.S., Master of Asia-Pacific Studies, University of San Francisco, B.A., East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature, Brown University