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Michael Ginzberg

Department of Information Technology

  • Michael J. Ginzberg joined the Kogod School of Business in July 2011. A scholar with expertise in management and information systems, Ginzberg has written and edited extensively on the subject with more than 50 published articles, books, chapters, and monographs. Prior to his appointment at Kogod, Ginzberg served as dean of the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University, dean and Chaplin Tyler Professor of Business at University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, and associate dean of the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He has also taught on the business faculties at New York University and Columbia University.
  • Degrees

    PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MBA, Iona College; BS, MIT

  • KSB - Information Technology
  • Kogod - 231

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  • Spring 2015

    • KSB-396 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Mobile App Design
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Area of Expertise: Management of technology; information technology strategy and implementation; management of technical personnel; management education; international education joint ventures

Additional Information: Michael J. Ginzberg
, a management and information systems scholar who has served as a business school dean for more than a decade, was named dean of American University's Kogod School of Business in spring 2011. He has led the successful transformation of the business schools at Yeshiva University and the University of Delaware. Ginzberg has a history of accomplishment in international business education, including introducing the first AACSB-accredited MBA program in post-Communist Europe at the International Management Center in Budapest, and developing Bosnia and Herzegovina's first Western-style business school in fulfillment of a $10 million contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development. After Hurricane Katrina, Ginzberg worked as a pro bono special consultant to the president of Tulane University for one year, leading the effort to develop a strategic vision and implementation plan for the university’s new School of Science and Engineering.

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