Jamie Hendry is an associate professor and chair of the Managing for Sustainability Program in Bucknell’s School of Management. She holds a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech in strategy, ethics, and environmental studies; an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia’s Darden School; and a B.S. from George Mason University. Jamie teaches Management 101; Management Strategy and Policy; Business, Government, and Society; and courses in the Managing for Sustainability program. She is the Professional Development Workshop Chair for the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management; she will become Division Chair in 2016. Jamie serves as the Proceedings Editor of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS), sits on the editorial boards of Business & Society and Journal of Business Ethics Education, and has numerous publications in management and engineering journals. Prior to entering academia, Jamie had over a dozen years of experience managing small businesses and consulting to Fortune 500 companies, international nonprofit organizations, and federal agencies. In her time away from Bucknell, she enjoys spending time with her horses, dogs, cats, goats, and husband Tom. Find out more about Jamie on her website.
Charles Kim is an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Bucknell University where his focus is primarily on educating undergraduates. He enjoys interacting with his students, and is glad to be at a place like Bucknell where his class sizes are small enough to do this. Research is also an important part of what Charles does. At this point in his career, his primary research focus is in the design of compliant mechanisms. Check out some of his most recent publications. Another area that he has some active work in is the design of appropriate technologies for developing communities with ProSEC research. Find out more about Charles Kim on his website.
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Professor Comas pursues questions about how social networks in and around organizations effect learning, innovation, change, and power. He is also interested in studying organizations in many contexts including terrorism, social entrepreneurs, political organizations, and community organizations. He teaches classes on social networks, organizational theory, organizational change, as well as CLA classes like “Six Degrees of Separation” and “The Rise of the Network Society.” He has published about service learning and experiential education as well. He received an MA in Sociology from the University of Virginia (1999) and will be conferred a PhD from IESE/Universidad de Navarra in Barcelona, Spain in 2008. Professor Comas’s personal interests include soccer, ultimate frisbee, outdoor activities, speaking Spanish to his children, politics, cooking, and discussing the finer points of Barcelona sight-seeing.
Eric Martin joined the Bucknell faculty in the School of Management in 2010 where he teaches Management 101 and various courses in the School’s new Managing for Sustainability program. He worked in Poland during the transitioning early 1990s as a Peace Corps volunteer; wrote his dissertation in Bosnia in the late 1990s; lived in Serbia with his family as a Fulbright Scholar and most recently started writing about Haiti’s recovery. His work focuses on interorganizational coordination in development assistance and humanitarian work.