Making the business case for sustainability through teaching, research, and outreach.

Smeal Sustainability Council

Members of the Smeal Sustainability Council include:

  • Gerald Susman, Director of the Center for the Management of Technological and Organizational Change, Director of Sustainability Council, Emeritus Klein Professor of Management
  • Forest Briscoe, Assistant Professor of Management
  • Daniel Cahoy, Associate Professor of Business Law
  • Min Ding, Professor of Marketing, Smeal Research Fellow in Marketing
  • Raghu Garud, Alvin H. Clemens Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, Research Director of the Farrell Center for Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, Professor of Management and Organization
  • Fariborz Ghadar, Director of the Center for Global Business Studies, William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning
  • Barbara Gray, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Director of the Center for Research in Conflict and Negotiation
  • William “Skip” Grenoble, Executive Director of the Center for Supply Chain Research, Senior Research Associate
  • Terrence Guay, Clinical Associate Professor of International Business
  • V. Daniel R. Guide, Jr., Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Terry Harrison, Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems, Earl P. Strong Executive Education Professor in Business
  • Ron Johnson, Instructor in Management and Organization; focus on sustainability, ethics and social responsibility.
  • David Lenze, Director of APEX Program
  • Vilmos Misangyi, Assistant Professor of Management
  • Ralph Oliva, Professor of Marketing, Executive Director of the Institute for the Study of Business Markets
  • Arvind Rangaswamy, Senior Associate Dean for Research and Faculty, Anchel Professor of Marketing
  • Sajay Samuel, Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting & STS
  • Doug Thomas, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and MBA Faculty Director
  • Linda Trevino, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics, Distinguished Professor