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Management Department

The Kogod School of Business Management Department provides instruction in the areas of management.

The management department faculty have experience in entrepreneurship, strategy, organizational behavior, human resources, business and corporate ethics, and global business citizenship. Faculty members are well-known researchers and distinguished professionals.


Management Department Chair


Parthiban David Professor KSB - Management

Professor David holds the Collins Chair in Strategy at the Kogod School of Business in American University. He teaches strategic management. His research studies the relationship between corporate gov

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Department Faculty

Affiliate Faculty

John Bracht Assistant Professor CAS - Biology

Bracht Lab WebsiteBracht Lab Research Interests: For an organism to survive, the genome, the complete set of DNA in a cell, must be stably maintained and correctly regulated. Given the central importa

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Lewis Faulk Associate Professor SPA - Public Admin and Policy

Lewis Faulk is an Associate Professor of Public Administration and Policy in the School of Public Affairs at American University. Dr. Faulk is a Fellow of the Metropolitan Policy Center at American Un

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Kathryn Walters-Conte Director, Professional Sciences Masters in Biotechnology CAS - Biology

“Dr Walters” is the coordinator for science outreach and interdisciplinary programs for the College of Arts and Sciences. She is the Principle Investigator and Program Director for the AU I-CORPS site

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Adjunct Faculty

Visiting Scholars

Richard Devine Research KSB - Kogod School of Business

Richard (Rich) A. Devine joined American University in fall 2018 after earning his Ph.D. in Business Administration at Florida State University. His research is primarily in the areas of strategic lea

Mel Fugate Visiting Scholar

Professor Fugate has worked as an associate professor at the University of South Australia’s Center for Workplace Excellence and Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He also served as a visiting a