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Okoroafor Nzeh 

onzeh@paine.edu | (706) 821-8331 | Department of Business Building

Chair, Department of Business  |  Department of Business

Dr. Okoroafor Nzeh received his university education from Alabama A&M and Clark Atlanta Universities. He is a tenured faculty and Chair of the Division of Business Administration. Dr. Nzeh directed the Self-Study leading to the accreditation of the Business Program by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Dr. Nzeh has taught at Alabama A&M and Clark Universities respectively prior to joining the Paine College faculty and administration. Dr. Nzeh is also a member of Sam Walton Free Enterprise Fellowship and The Governor’s Teaching Fellows of Georgia.

Yao Amewokunu 

amewokunu@paine.edu | (706) 821-8254 | Department of Business Building, Room 4

Assistant Professor  |  Department of Business

Dr. Yao Amewokunu is an Assistant Professor of Management in the Department of Business. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration and his MBA in International Management, both at Laval University in Quebec, Canada. Dr. Amewokunu’s teaching interests include: Organizational Behavior & Leadership, Operation Management, Organizational Policy & Strategy, and International Business/Intercultural Management. Some of his research interests include: Country Risk Assessment, Foreign Subsidiaries Management, Entrepreneurship and SME’s, and Intercultural Management. He has a number of published, submitted, and in progress articles. He has also made several presentations at national and international conferences.

Dongwook Han 

dhan@paine.edu | (706) 821-8325 | Department of Business Building, Room 3

Assistant Professor  |  Department of Business

Dr. Dongwook Han received his PhD in Economics from Michigan State University, majoring International Economics. His papers at Michigan State are “NAFTA: What is the next step?” and “Gravity Model and Economic Integration”. Dr. Han has done research on international trade at Central Michigan University as an assistant professor for 7 years. Dr. Han’s papers are “Does Trade Cause Growth? How About Trade Bloc?” and “Trade Creation and Trade Diversion of ASEAN, ANDEAN, EC and MERCOSUR: By Gravity Model”, Presented at Midwest Economic Association Conference at Chicago. He is now focusing on “Dynamic Economies of East Asia”, a book on Pacific Rim Economies. As an assistant professor at Central Michigan University in Michigan and Wayne State College in Nebraska, Dr. Han has taught variety of economics classes from Micro and Macroeconomics to Economic Development of the Pacific Rim, Comparative Economic System, Managerial Economics, Money and Banking, Environmental Economics and Graduate Seminar in International Economics. Dr. Han also had an INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Business Model Patent, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TRADING A GLOBAL ONLINE EDCATION. Recently he has also developed APPS for APPLE iPhone, AP Economics Up & Down.

Larry Mack 

lmack@paine.edu | (706) 821-8285 | Department of Business Building, Room Room 2

Assistant Professor Marketing  |  Department of Business

Interest: Service Strategy, Social Media models, Virtual Teams
Education: Doctor of Business Administration, Nova Southeastern University, 2000; Masters of Business Administration (Management), Barry University, 1983; of Science (Civil Engineering), Florida A & M University, 1979.

Professor Mack has teaching interest in Consumer Behavior, Marketing Strategy, Marketing Management, Marketing Policies and Strategies, Advertising, Sales Management, Service Strategy, and Analysis of strategic models and culture.

Author:
• “Segmenting the Black Market: Segment Based on Cultural Context” in the Multicultural Marketing Conference Proceedings, October 1996, Norfolk, Virginia.

• “A Value-Expressive Model of Country-of-Origin, the Influence of Individual Respondent Characteristics, and Consumer Attitude on Preference of Origin-Based Brands,” Dissertation , August 2000.

• “A Value-Expressive Model of Country-of-Origin” in the Proceedings of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, February 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada.

• “A Conceptualization of Brand Origin” in the Proceedings of Atlantic Marketing Association Conference, September 2001, Portland, Maine.

• “Preference for a Brand based upon Its Perceived Origination” in the Proceedings of the Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, March 2002, Savannah, Georgia.

Maurice McBride-Owens 

mmcbrideowens@paine.edu | (706) 821-8337 | Department of Business Building, Room 2

Assistant Professor of Management   |  Department of Business


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Vincent Onyebuchi 

vonyebuchi@paine.edu | (706) 821-8358 | Department of Business Building

Assistant Professor of Business  |  Department of Business

Dr. Vincent Onyebuchi received his university education from University of Arkansas at Paine Bluff, Texas A&M, and University of Sarasota (Argosy). He is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration/Accounting at Paine College and has been a member of the faculty for over 10 years. Before coming to Paine College, Dr. Onyebuchi taught at Wiley College, Morris Brown College, Texas College, and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.




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