2016 Business Ed Presenters


Strategic Partnerships for Student Global Learning

Learn more about the Global Learning Colloquium on Business Education.

Selected Presenters

Mark BallamMark J. Ballam
San Diego State University

Mark J. Ballam serves as managing director for San Diego State University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (SDSU CIBER), where he is responsible for the overall strategy and implementation of the program including budget, resources, advocacy, and communications. SDSU CIBER supports the International Business program at SDSU which is ranked #9 nationally in U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 America’s Best Colleges. Ballam recently completed two terms as president of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Educators (CUIBE). In 2015, he became president-elect of the Association of International Business Education and Research (AIBER). Also, in 2015, Ballam was elected to serve as executive board member of the Pacific Asia Consortium for International Business Education and Research (PACIBER). In 2009, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke nominated Ballam to the San Diego & Imperial Valley District Export Council (SDIDEC). In 2012 and in 2014, he was elected to serve on the National District Export Council (NDEC) Steering Committee. Additionally, Ballam serves on the Advisory Committee for Southwestern College’s Small Business Development and International Trade Center. He is a member of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Scholars Without Borders, and Phi Beta Delta, the honor society for international scholars.

Anne M. D'AngeloAnne M. D'Angelo
University of Minnesota

Anne M. D’Angelo, PhD, is assistant dean of global initiatives at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. She leads the business school’s internationalization strategy, including institutional partnerships, education abroad programs, and offshore global executive MBA programs. D’Angelo has more than twenty years of experience in international education, training, and development including overseas work at the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, and as an English instructor in Tokyo, Japan. She also served as a trainer and evaluation consultant for education and agricultural development programs, particularly in the former Soviet Republics, Central and Eastern Europe and Northern Africa. In addition to her role at the business school, Anne is an adjunct instructor in the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development’s MA and PhD programs. Her research interests include institutions’ ability to adopt internationalization strategies that contribute to a vision for the extended future; the impact of education abroad participation on student development; and the development of institutional metrics models for internationalization. D’Angelo is a recipient of a U.S. Department of State Meritorious Honor Award and a U.S. Fulbright-Nehru Award to India. She earned her MA and PhD from the University of Minnesota in Organizational Leadership and Policy Development with a specialization in Comparative Education and International Development.

Clayton DubeClayton Dube
University of Southern California

Clayton Dube is executive director of the U.S.-China Institute at the University of Southern California, an institute he has headed since it was established in 2006. He lived and worked in China for five years and has visited over fifty times for research, to lead delegations, and to lecture. Trained as a socio-economic historian, his work now focuses on the impact of economic and political change on Chinese society and on the multifaceted and evolving U.S.-China relationship. He writes the institute’s Talking Points newsletter and is the author of several guides to teaching about China’s past and present. He was associate editor of the academic quarterly Modern China, and has been editorial director for the magazines AsiaMedia, Asia Pacific Arts, and U.S.-China Today. He has produced more than a dozen documentary films including the institute’s Assignment: China series about American media coverage of China and is frequently cited by American and Chinese media. He is also co-moderator of Chinapol, a fellow of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy, and a director of the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia. Educated at San Diego State University and the University of California Los Angeles, he has won teaching awards at three universities.

Timothy DuvallTimothy Duvall
U.S. Department of Education

Tim Duvall, PhD, is senior program officer in the U.S. Department of Education’s International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office. He came to IFLE after 15 successful years as a professor and small business owner. He holds degrees from The College of William and Mary, Virginia Tech, and The University of Arizona. He taught at Pima College, The University of Arizona, and St. John’s University in New York City where he won awards for both his teaching and his research. With IFLE, Duvall administers the Centers for International Business Education grants along with the National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship grants for the Russia/East Europe and International world areas. He lives in Bethesda, MD with his wife and daughter.

Lloyd S. LewanLloyd S. Lewan
Xerox Corporation

Lloyd S. Lewan, EdD, LHD, LLD, is the former chairman of Lewan & Associates, Inc., and is now part of Xerox Corporation. He is also chairnan of the board and executive dean, emeritus for the Institute for Shipboard Education, the organization sponsoring the international program Semester at Sea. For nearly twenty years he served as chief academic officer and was executive dean for more than twenty voyages. While with Lewan & Associates, he continued his involvement with the program as chairman and a member of the ISE Board of Directors. Lewan has served on the International MBA Advisory Board at the University of Denver and its predecessor boards for over 20 years. In 2011, Lewan received the Martin Luther King Business Social Responsibility Award for Colorado and was selected as one of the "Faces of Chapman University" in Orange County, California. He also served as the inaugural "Leader in Residence" for the President's Leadership Program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Lewan is the author of To Be a Leader: Leadership Beyond Management (2002) and Women in the Workplace: A Man's Perspective (1988, 1997). He has published articles on gender, leadership, and complex organizations and has been invited to keynote for hundreds of organizations. A former United States Marine Corp officer, Lewan earned his doctorate from Oklahoma State University and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2010. He also holds honorary doctorates from Chapman University and the University of Denver, College of Law.

Timothy DuvallMadhavan Parthasarathy
University of Colorado Denver

Madhavan Parthasarathy, PhD, is Jake Jabs Associate Professor of marketing and entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Denver and is director of both the entrepreneurship program and the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship. He teaches Marketing Research, Marketing Management, and The Business Plan, at the Business School and the Jake Jabs Center. His research interests focus on customer retention, switching and discontinuance behavior, cross-cultural research, and the diffusion of innovations. He has published in over 25 articles in noteworthy journals such as Information Systems Research, International Marketing Review, Journal of Macromarketing, and the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. Parthasarathy has international entrepreneurship experience and was the co-founder of two small businesses in India, and one venture that involved multinational entrepreneurship.

Amir RezaAmir Reza
Babson College

Amir Reza, PhD, began his career in international education 18 years ago at the University of Maine working with English as a second language students. He has held numerous positions in academic affairs, student affairs, and international education during the past 15 years at Babson College. He is currently vice provost for international and multicultural education, responsible for providing leadership for collaborative advancement of the college’s internationalization and efforts designed to create a more inclusive campus for students. In this role he oversees several areas of the college, including international student and scholar services, education abroad, faculty-led electives abroad, multicultural programs, multi-faith programs, and service learning. Reza has served on the international advisory board of Tongji University, Shanghai, China, and provided consulting on pedagogy and curriculum development for the intercultural and international higher education graduate program at Lesley University. Reza’s research focus is on student learning outcomes of higher education internationalization, and, in particular, intercultural development. Reza earned a BA in international relations and a master’s degree in higher education administration from the University of Maine. He earned his doctor of philosophy in higher education administration at Boston College’s Center for International Higher Education.

Matthew A. RosensteinMatthew A. Rosenstein
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Matthew A. Rosenstein, PhD, is director of Global Education and Training (GET) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, working within the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Global Strategies. He provides oversight of all professional development and training programs offered by Illinois International, serving an array of executives and students from around the worked in alignment with campus strategic priorities. This includes oversight of the U.S. Department of State EducationUSA Leadership Institute grant activities at the University of Illinois and management of dozens of signature training programs provided each year to international participants. Rosenstein previously served as the University of Illinois European Union Center’s senior associate director and director of graduate studies for the Master of Arts degree program as well as associate director of the Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security (ACDIS). He holds PhD and MA degrees from the University of Illinois, and a BA degree from Duke University.

Manuel SerapioManuel Serapio
University of Colorado-Denver

Manuel Serapio, PhD, is faculty director of the Institute for International Business (IIB) and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER); director of the master of science in international business program; and associate professor of management and IB in the business school at the University of Colorado-Denver. In his position as faculty director of IIB and CIBER, Serapio develops academic initiatives, manages faculty development programs, supports leading international business research, and produces business outreach programs. He teaches introduction to international business, global perspectives, international entrepreneurship, dialogues on globalization, and international business consulting. Serapio’s research focuses on the globalization of services; foreign direct investment; international outsourcing; international human resource management; internationalization of research and development; and international alliances. He received his PhD in international business from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; an MBA in international business from the University of Hawaii; and a BA in economics from Ateneo University in the Philippines.

Mike ShealyMike Shealy
University of South Carolina

Mike Shealy is the director of the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). He is also one of four regional directors in the Office of International Activities who supports global partnerships, programs and activities, personally managing programs/partnerships in Italy, the Middle East & North Africa (Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Tunisia, Qatar and the UAE) and Sub-Saharan Africa (Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe). Shealy served 26 years in the U.S. Army as an Airborne/Ranger and Foreign Area/Intelligence Officer, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2006. His graduate education includes English Education at the University of South Carolina and International Studies at Indiana University, as well as the U.S. Army’s Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS. He also studied German and Italian at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, CA. Mike lives in Columbia, SC, and has been married to Amy Lantz - also a U.S. Army veteran and Darla Moore School of Business staff member - since 1985.