Eileen V. Brownell, Ph.D. Candidate

Associate Professor
Chair of Undergraduate Programs
School of Management

[Eileen Brownell Faculty Pic]

Administration Building
Suite 210, Room 206
140 New Scotland Ave
Albany, NY 12208

Phone: (518) 292-1761
Fax: (518) 292-1964
Email: browne@sage.edu

Education 

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Organizational Leadership, Northcentral University
  • M.S., Business Education, University at Albany

Courses Taught

  • BUS205 Principles of Management
  • BUS307 Business Ethics
  • BUS311 Entrepreneurship
  • BUS314 Organizational Behavior
  • BUS327 Internship in Business
  • BUS340 Leadership & Diversity
  • BUS332 Conflict Management & Mediation
  • BUS348 Culture & Commerce (Study Abroad)
  • MBA570 Critical Thinking
  • WLD420 Women Changing the World

Biography

Eileen V. Brownell is an Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Undergraduate Business Programs in the School of Management at The Sage Colleges.  Her academic experience includes college teaching, curriculum development, new program development, supervising faculty, grant writing, directing the Allies Center for the Study of Social Responsibility, directing the Women Changing the World general education program, coordinating problem-based service learning initiatives, and mentoring students. Prof. Brownell created the Sage International Study Abroad Series, taking Sage students and alumni to Europe from 2000-2010. Her professional entrepreneurial experiences include consulting in the areas of organizational development and leadership, former Vice-President of Brownell Agency, Inc., and former co-owner of Gauthier’s Saranac Lake Inn.

Currently, Prof. Brownell is pursuing a Ph.D. in Management from Northcentral University. She holds a M.S. in Business Education from University of Albany and a B.S. in Business Administration from SUNY Farmingdale.  In addition, her credentials include New York State Conflict Mediation Certification and New York State Teacher Certification. Her research interests are in the areas of leadership, organizational decline and turnaround, academic culture, and higher education. 

Prof. Brownell has received a number of awards including induction into Delta Mu Delta Honor Society (2012) and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (2006), the Russell Sage College Women of Distinction Faculty Award (2008), New York State Women in Higher Education Leadership Award (2006), Teacher of the Year Award from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (1996), and Fellowship Recipient, United Auto Workers Walter and May Reuther Education Center at Black Lake, MI (2002).

 

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