Quinnipiac University
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 for Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She joined Quinnipiac University during the fall of 2015 and teaches courses in decision making, project management, organizational behavior, leadership, and management. Dr. Paros achieved her Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from Northcentral University in 2015. Dr. Paros serves as 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 and sits on the Board of Directors for the Southern New England Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI). 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, Organization Management Journal, Leadership & Organizational Development Journal, Sage Open, Academy of Human Resource Development, Eastern Academy of Management, the Project Management Institute's Southern New England Chapter, the Online Learning Consortium, Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, 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 to enhance the delivery of course objectives, experiential aspects of coursework, and integration of technology.


  • BA, Hamilton College
  • MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • MBA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • PHD, Northcentral University

Areas of Expertise

  • Management
  • Management Education and Development
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Leadership


  • Management

Office Location

  • Faculty Office Building 133

Mail Drop

  • SB-DNF

Professional Designation