Amy K. Paros
Assistant Professor of Management
Faculty Coordinator of the Bach of Business Admin Program
Dr. Amy Paros is an Assistant Professor of Management teaching courses in decision making, project management, organizational behavior, leadership, and management. Dr. Paros serves as the Faculty Coordinator for the School of Business’s Bachelor of Business Adminstration (BBA) program, as well as, the Faculty Advisor for the Bobcat Project Management (BPM) student organization. Dr. Paros brings over a dozen years of industry experience working as a program manager in the engineering and manufacturing aerospace industry. Major research areas of interest for Dr. Paros include project management, women as leaders, generational studies, knowledge workers, employee performance & motivation, and participative management. Dr. Paros' scholarship has been published and presented in the Advancing Women in Leadership Journal, Eastern Academy of Management, the Project Management Institute's Southern New England Chapter, the Online Learning Consortium, and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Dr. Paros has special interest in the curricular activities of course creation or redesign at the undergraduate and graduate level in both the online and on ground environments in order to enhance the delivery of course objectives, experiential aspects of coursework, and integration of technology.