Professor and Chair (2016-2019) of Decision Sciences in the College of Business at San Francisco State University, Susan Cholette teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in operations, supply chain management and project management. Prior to her university appointment, she served as a project manager at Nonstop Solutions (now Manhattan Associates) and as a supply chain consultant for Aspen Technologies. She earned her Ph.D. in Operations Research at Stanford University and her B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University.
Occasionally, I still teach IBM mainframe topics such as: COBOL, CICS, and DB2.
Minu Kumar is an Associate Professor of Marketing at San Francisco State University (SFSU). He received a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the Government College of Pharmacy (Bangalore University, 1996), a Masters in Business Administration (Concentration in Pharmaceutical Marketing, 2002) and a Ph.D in Marketing (minor: pharmaceutical marketing, 2008) from the University of Mississippi. His primary scholarly interest lies in the area of Innovation and New Product Development (NPD).
David Walsh is the director of The Urban Youth Development Project (UYDP), which is housed in the Department of Kinesiology at San Francisco State University. Goals of UYDP align with the three missions of the university. 1) Service: Create university-community collaborations with local schools and youth agencies in San Francisco’s underserved communities to provide innovative physical activity-based youth programs.
Betty Yu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education and Communicative Disorders. Before joining the faculty at San Francisco State, she practiced as a speech-language therapist primarily serving young children and their families in minority communities. Her research interest is in how children's language development interfaces with the development of sociocultural competence.
This invited blog was originally published with the National Council for Research on Women on July 24, 2009.
This invited blog was originally published with the National Sexuality Resource Center on June 29, 2009.