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Dr. Ranjan George

Instructor of Teaching

Office: BSB 423

Phone: (856) 225-6241

Ph.D., Western Sydney University, Australia

Dr. Ranjan George joins Rutgers School of Business–Camden as an Instructor of Teaching in the Management area. He received a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Commerce from the University of Madras in India. He then obtained his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Western Sydney University, Australia (AACSB accredited). Most recently, Dr. George served as an Associate Professor of Business and Program Director, Traditional Undergraduate Program: Fresno Pacific University. He has published numerous teaching effectiveness and experiential learning articles and given various presentations. He has taught a variety of courses, including International Business; Financial Management; Personal Finance, Organizational Communication, and Strategic Management.

Research Interests: Management, Job Satisfaction, Gendered Work-Lives, Experiential Learning and Teaching Effectiveness

Courses Taught: International Business; Financial Management; Personal Finance, Organizational Communication, Strategic Management, Organizational Behavior, Seminar in Business Strategy (Capstone), Research Methods (Graduate), Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics (Graduate)

Representative Publications:

  • George, Ranjan (2023) ‘Lost in the Sahara Desert:’ An Experiential Activity to Teach Decision-making, paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, in San Diego, CA, January 5-7, 2023.
  • George, Ranjan (2022) ‘Alphabet Game:’ An Experiential Activity to Teach Listening and Communicating, paper presented at the Lilly Online Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning, April 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2022.
  • George, Ranjan (2022) ‘Cup Stack Game:’ An Experiential Activity to Teach Teamwork, paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning in San Diego, CA, January 6-8, 2022.
  • George, Ranjan (2022) Using Film Media Video Case Study Approach to Teaching Motivation paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning in San Diego, CA, January 6-8, 2022.
  • George, Ranjan (2021) “Strategy: The Power to Do Great Things” Business Insights Video and Round Table Discussion Session, December 7, 2021. https://vimeo.com/644052489
  • George, Ranjan (2020) A Tale of Two Communities: A Memoir on Sri Lanka’s Ethnic Conflict. Pacific Journal 15, 19-45.
  • George, Ranjan (2020) ‘Ribbon Game:’ An Experiential Game to Teach Creativity and Innovation, paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning in San Diego, CA, February 27-29, 2020.
  • George, Ranjan (2019) The ‘Cord Game:’ An Experiential Game to Teach Change, paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning in Anaheim CA, February 28 – March 2, 2019.
  •  Edward Murphy, Hamad Ali, Regina Greenwood, Ranjan George and Julia Teahen (2017b)
  • Attitudes towards women in Jordan: What is the impact of gender and generation? Paper presented at the Midwest Academy of Management (MAM) annual conference in Chicago, IL, October 19-21, 2017.
  • Ranjan George, Edward Murphy, Regina Greenwood and Julia Teahen (2017a) Generations in India and Sri Lanka: Gender Differences in Attitudes towards Women and Stress Behaviors paper presented at the North American Management Society (NAMS) annual conference in Chicago, IL, March 22-27, 2017.

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