Mungalé, Amitabh R.
- PhD in Management – Rutgers University
- MBA – Rutgers University
- MS in Electrical Engineering – Columbia University
- BS in Electrical Engineering – Columbia University
- 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
- Dr. Warner teaches Strategy, E-commerce, Business Statistics and Probability, Management Decision Making, Project Management and Information Systems. In her E-commerce and Information Systems courses, she offers Service Learning, allowing students to put their skills in web design, spreadsheets and database to use for local charitable organizations. In all her courses, she focuses on supporting the course content with assignments that require development of collaboration, writing and presentation skills. Most of her courses also require advanced use of spreadsheets and collaboration technologies such as wikis and discussion boards. Some also require database and project management tool skills.
- Her research interests include business analytics, strategic use of technology in management and higher education pedagogy for business.
Service to the University
- Dean of the Business School
- Global Transformation Initiative Committee
- Monmouth Ocean Development Council representative and Board Member
- Lakewood Chamber of Commerce representative and Board Member
Why I Love GCU
- Dr. Warner enjoys the community aspects of Georgian Court. Faculty from all departments collaborate to make the university a dynamic place for students where they have many more opportunities per capita than the typical college.