TEACHING AND EXECUTIVE EDUCATION, 1998 - 2005

Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA.  A new course in Nonprofit Management in the Moravian MBA. A concepts MBA course, "Emerging Theories, Trends, and Change in Management," a core course in the Moravian MBA, 1999 – 2004. A seminar on the music business to Moravian freshmen in fall 2000, and Principles of Economics at Moravian from Spring 2000 through Spring 2002.

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.  Capstone course on strategic management to business seniors every summer, 1999-2002,  A course on nonprofit management at Lehigh in summer and spring semesters.

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA: Masters Program in Arts Management: “Program Planning and Evaluation”, 2004

LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA. I provide training in strategic planning, environmental analysis, and in measuring and improving organizational effectiveness to nonprofit managers and leaders (1998 – 2003)

Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Global Entrepreneurship, Bethlehem, PA (2001 - 2003). Short courses on “Business Planning,” “Entrepreneurship and the Arts,” and “Social Enterprise: Entrepreneurship in the Nonprofit Sector.”

Philadelphia Cultural Management Initiative. “Effective Planning for Effective Cultural Organizations,” 2004 - 2005

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. Seminar on “What Makes a Nonprofit Effective” in the Executive Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations program (2002, 2003)

Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA: Entrepreneurship in 1997, Labor Economics in 1999

Support Material for Teaching

In addition to in-class instruction, I write support material for Prentice-Hall management textbooks

In my teaching, I try to assist students with their writing by providing writing guidelines and criteria for evaluating written work.

This page was last modified on March 25, 2005.  The contents of this page are 2005 Roland J. Kushner.