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Janice Warner

Dr. Janice Warner




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JH 106

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Educational Background

  • PhD Management – Rutgers University
  • MBA – Rutgers University
  • MS Electrical Engineering – Columbia University
  • BS Electrical Engineering – Columbia University

Professional Experience

  • Dean of the School of Business & Digital Media and faculty at Georgian Court
  • Project Manager and Engineer at Telcordia Technologies (formerly Bellcore), Eigent Technologies, and Siemens.  Experience at Siemens was as an ex-pat in Munich, Germany.

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Interactive pedagogy
  • Information Technology including cybersecurity
  • Analytics
  • Project Management

Additional Information

  • Most of Janice’s publications can be accessed by clicking here
  • Warner J. (2012, November), “Fully Educating the Undergraduate Business Student”, Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Business and Economics Association , Port Jefferson, NY.
  • Warner J. (2011, November), “Business Applications of Crowdsourcing”, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Business and Economics Association , Philadelphia, PA.
  • Warner J. (2011, March). Using Google Docs for Student Peer Reviews. NJ EDGE 12th Annual Faculty Best Practices Showcase, TCNJ, Ewing, NJ
  • Warner J. (2011, May). Teaching Research Skills through Information Research Tagging. Business Professors Teaching Summit, Drexel University. Philadelphia, PA. May 20, 2011
  • Warner J. and Chun S. (2010, November), “Knowledge Management through Semantic Tagging”, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Business and Economics Association , Montclair, NJ
  • Warner J. (October 2010) “Wikis – An Interactive Aid to Learning”, presented at NJ Higher Education Annual Conference, January 2008


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