Faculty Scholarship: Business Administration

Dr. Chasalow

Lewis C. Chasalow
Associate Professor of Business Administration

B.S., Lehigh University
M.S., Lehigh University
MBA, Lehigh University
Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University

Dr. Chasalow worked for several Fortune 500 companies during his 30+-year career in business, serving in positions ranging from manufacturing quality control to sales management and as an IT director for AT&T and as an IT director with Capital One Financial and IBM Global Solutions. Dr. Chasalow, who teaches Management Information Systems (MIS) at the undergraduate and graduate (MBA) level, among other courses, uses an applied approach to introduce his students to various information systems concepts as they contribute to various organizational functions. His primary research is in organizational factors that contribute to organizational benefits from business intelligence and analytic systems. He has published articles on business intelligence, information security, and systems development methodologies in several top MIS journals in addition to presentations at international conferences.

Dr. Gautsch


Douglas Gaustch
Visiting Assistant Professor Business Administration/Economics

M.B.A., Lebanon Valley College
B.S., Lebanon Valley College
Ph.D., Pace University

Dr. Gautsch teaches courses on principles of management and modern business organizations. He is an experienced corporate manager, business consultant and business owner. His research interests in leadership and institutionalization of business improvement districts have been published in journals such as Public Administration Quarterly. Gautsch is currently researching leadership and culture in not-for-profit organizations.

Dr. Rudd

David V. Rudd
Eugene C. Fish Distinguished Chair of Business
Professor of Business Administration

B.S., University of Wisconsin
M.B.A., University of Minnesota
Ph.D., George Washington University

Dr. Rudd obtained his doctorate in marketing with a supporting field in public administration after an extensive career in business. His experience in business includes five years as a research and manufacturing engineer, eight years in packaged goods marketing, and 20 years in direct marketing. He has worked for General Mills, a Fortune 500 company, and for several entrepreneurs, including the founder of The Sharper Image. Along with numerous conference papers presentations, he has published as solo author in the Journal of Marketing Management and as co-author in the Case Research Journal. Rudd's major focus in teaching, especially the Principles of Marketing and Marketing Management classes, is to immerse students in the role of marketing manager in varying situations including preparing the students to market themselves and their careers.

Dr. Setley


David M. Setley
Associate Professor & Dept. Chair Business Administration/Economics

Director MBA Program

B.S., Kutztown University
M.B.A., Kutztown University
D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University

Dr. Setley has published and presented articles and case studies on corporate social responsibility, linear programming applications, and ethical decision making. He is an experienced and successful entrepreneur who has started and built three companies. Setley uses that experience and his teaching expertise in the areas of management, entrepreneurship, strategic management, small business administration, operations management, leadership, and business ethics, in his classroom and student interaction.

Dr. Sullivan

Edward Sullivan

Professor of Business Administration

 B.S. St. Peter's College
M.A. The Pennsylvania
State University
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania
State University

Dr. Sullivan has published articles in business and economic journals and specializes in monetary, macro and financial economics. He teaches courses in principles of finance, management science, money and banking, and economics.

Dr. Chasalow's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Hong, W., Chan, F. K. Y., Thong, J. Y. L., Chasalow, L. C., & Dhillon, G.

      (November 11, 2013). A framework and guidelines for context-specific

      theorizing in information systems research. Information Systems

      Research,  1-26.

Dr. Gautsch's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2016 Celebration

Setley, D. M., & Gautsch, D. (2015). Leadership and the church: The impact of shifting leadership constructs. International

Journal of Business and Social Research, 5(12), 15-25.

Dr. Rudd's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Rudd, D. V. (2013). So how well do American undergraduate college students really know themselves? 2013 Conference of the Psychometrics Society, Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Dr. Setley's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2016 Celebration

Setley, D. M., & Gautsch, D. (2015). Leadership and the church: The impact of shifting leadership constructs. International

Journal of Business and Social Research, 5(12), 15-25.

Dr. Setley's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Setley, D. M. (2013). Do various styles of leadership significantly related to a subordinate's perceived relationship with his leader? International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3(21), 1-10.

Dr. Setley's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Setley, D. M., Vyas, B., & Menis-Croxall, N. (2012). Corporate social reporting: The hershey company's corporate social responsibility report: A case study. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 1(4), 392-403.

Dr. Sullivan's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Sullivan, E. J. (2011). A.D. Roy: The forgotten father of Portfolio Theory. Research in the History of Economic Thought, 29A, 73-82. doi:10.1108/S0743-4154(2011)000029A008