Hired in 2006, Dr. Elizabeth McCrea is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Management. She teaches courses in management, entrepreneurship, and business strategy. Her research interests span both discipline-based scholarship, as well as learning and pedagogy research in the areas of entrepreneurial planning, corporate entrepreneurship and technology management. She has also developed and published pedagogical materials, such as teaching cases and experiential learning exercises. Dr. McCrea is on the board of directors for the NY/NJ Chapter of the Product Development and Management Association, and is a Certified New Product Development Professional.
- Ph.D., Rutgers
"Integrating Service-Learning into an Introduction to Entrepreneurship Course."
Journal of Management Education. June 2009.
"Developing Students' Cultural Intelligence: A Course Assessment Framework."
Conference - Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management International Meeting, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. June 2009.
"Should David Accept Goliath? Hoffman LaRoche's Purchase of Genentech."
Conference - Eastern Academy of Management/CASE Association, Hartford, CT. May 2009.
- University Research Council Award, 2008, Seton Hall University