I believe my role is not to provide answers, but to guide students to discover the questions and answers.
My desire is for every student with whom I come in contact to be the best in his or her profession.
Teaching is leading an interactive process where people work together to turn information into knowledge.
I believe student-centered teaching promotes learning that is both purposeful and enduring.
MBA, Supply Chain Management & Logistics, PhD (Cont.), Biomedical Engineering & MS, Chemistry & Biochemistry
I am devoted to enhancing and expanding students’ understanding of business and technology issues.
To effectively teach others you must first ignite a fire of curiosity.
I like to help students become successful practitioners who think critically and are constantly challenging their knowledge.
I am committed to enhancing the learning experience by using experiential learning techniques to aid in the learning process.
I give the learners a chance to practice in a class situation and I expect them to apply the learning in a real life situation.
Effective learning requires focus, attention and the ability to learn through experimentation and practice.
My philosophy is fundamentally student-centered, meeting the student where the student is academically.
An environment that encourages collaboration is student centered. Faculty sharing and learning from each other is essential for transformation.
My teaching philosophy is based upon mutual respect, open communication and knowledge sharing.
I believe that a great instructor must make the student’s well-being and success a priority.