Susan Bosco is a Professor of Management and has been at the Mario J. Gabelli School of Business for 15 years. At the university she has served in a variety of duties, including Faculty Senate President, Faculty Union President, NEASC self-study co-leader, Management area representative, and General Education Planning and Strategy. Prior to academia, she spent 10 years in the banking industry, last serving as Assistant Vice President of Branch Operations. In addition, she has consulted for a variety of companies in areas such as Customer Service, Project Management, Teamwork, Leadership, and Process Improvement. Dr. Bosco teaches Enterprise, Management Principles, Organizational Behavior, International Organizational Behavior and Managing Workplace Diversity.
Her areas of expertise in research include: Gender in organizations, work and family interaction, pedagogical issues in management education, development of effective diversity training programs, workplace diversity and corporate success, current workplace trends, especially in technology. Her work has been published in Psychology Research, International Business Research, The Journal of Business Inquiry, Ethics and Education, Journal of the Academy of Business Education, and the Journal of Business Ethics. She has presented at conferences including the Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management, International Decision Sciences, Northeast Decision Sciences, and the Eastern Finance Association.