Our Faculty

Alvin Hwang

Professor

Lubin School of Business

Management and Management Science

Location
  • @New York City
    One Pace Plaza

Education


PhD , Univeristy of Califonia, Los Angeles , Los Angeles, California , 1994
Management

Awards and Honors

  • Academy of Management, August 2014 - Exceptional Service - Academy of Management
  • Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 2011
  • Academy of Management, 2010
  • Academy of Management, 2010
  • Academy of Management, 2010
  • Academy of Management, 2010
  • Pace University, 2010
  • Academy of Management, 2009
  • Academy of Management, 2009
  • Academy of Management, 2008
  • 2007 Distinguished Paper Award from Decision Sciences Institute, 2007
  • Academy of Management, 2007
  • Academy of Management, 2006
  • Academy of Management, 2006
  • Academy of Management, 2006
  • Academy of Management, 2005
  • Academy of Management, 2005
  • Academy of Management, 2004
  • Academy of Management, 2003
  • Academy of Management, 2000
  • Academy of Management, 2000
  • The Case Study Group of Hong Kong, 1999

Publications


Arbaugh, B. & Hwang, A. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). What are the most cited articles in business and management education research, and what do they tell us?. Organization Management Journal. Vol 12 , pages 154-175.

Kaufman, S. & Hwang, A. (2015, September). Cultural Intelligence and Mindfulness in Two French Banks Operating in the U.S. Environment. Management International Review. Vol 38 (Issue 9) , pages 930-951.

Forniciari, C. J., Arbaugh, B. & , . (2015, August). Business Education Research: An identification and analysis of key clusters and themes. (Issue Online ISSN 2151-6561)

Bear, S. E. & Hwang, A. (2014, December 10). Who mentors? Contextual prosocial motivation and willingness to be a mentor. Human Resource Development International. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13678868.2014.979005#preview

Kaufman, S. & Hwang, A. (2014, November 14). Developing a Cultural Intelligence Model (CQMM): Initial Application to healthcare organizations.

Arbaugh, B. J., Fornacieri, C. & Hwang, A. (2014, August 10). Development Patterns in Business and Management Education Research: Knowledge-based or Knower-based?.

Bear, S. & Hwang, A. (2013, August). The Impact of Organizational Context and Organization-Based Self-Esteem on Willingness to Mentor. http://program.aomonline.org/2013/Session_Details.asp?print=true&SubmissionID=18529

Arbaugh, B. J. & Hwang, A. (2013, August). What are the Most Influential Articles in Business and Management Education Research?. http://program.aomonline.org/2013/Session_Details.asp?print=true&SubmissionID=18695

Arbaugh, B. J. & Hwang, A. (2013, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Uses of multivariate analytical techniques in online and blended business education: An assessment of current practice and recommendations for future research. Journal Of Management Education. Vol 37 (Issue 2) , pages 229-260. http://jme.sagepub.com/content/37/2.toc

Swift, P. & Hwang, A. (2013, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). The impact of affective and cognitive trust on knowledge sharing and organizational learning. The Learning Organization. Vol 20 (Issue 1) , pages 20-37. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0969-6474&volume=20&issue=1&PHPSESSID=6oodvdb1i0f0pjjsti73lsjpu2

Hwang, A. (2012, December 5). From the Editors: Student Learning and Outcomes. Academy of Management Learning & Education. Vol 11 , pages 529-532. http://aom.org/journals/

Kaufman, S. & Hwang, A. (2012, November 20). A theoretical position on Mindfulness in Cultural intelligence.. http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/dsi/dsi12/

Arbaugh, J. B., Bento, R. & Hwang, A. (2011, November). Does he MBA Experience Support Diversity? Demographic Effects on Program Satisfaction..

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Academy of Management
  • Eastern Academy of Management

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Policy, Planning and Budget Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Work with external analysis subcommittee on external factors affecting strategic planning issues of school. Prepare and review new mission statement on implications for research, teaching and service requirements, with specific needs of AACSB to be addressed in the process.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: New mission statement is ready for presentation to the school.
  • Undergraduate Relations Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Prepare drafts in chair position and also committee member position after May 2013 for Lubin Career Development Program at NYC
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Pilot Lubin Career Development Program started in Nov 2013
  • Undergraduate Student Relations Committee [Committee Chair]
    Desc: Guide committee members to build relationship with incoming undergraduates through orientation events and registration events. Also participated in preview days to build relationships with potential students and open houses to promote the university
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Committee members participated in student orientations, transfer student registration events, open houses, pace preview days and student scholarship award evaluations

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Middle States Review Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Member of committee working on addressing university accreditation review follow up issues on learning and assessment
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: committee completing draft based on feedback from consultant
  • Faculty Satisfaction Committee [Committee Member]
  • Policy Planning and Budget Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Meetings throughout the year to plan and review strategic plan and implementation. I have personal responsibility to align strategic plan and faculty issues with AACSB accreditation standards
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Lubin 2015-2019 Strategic Plan; plan implementation in progress.
  • Promotion of University and School Enrolment [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: Dept Fair - 03/02 (SUN); Lubin awards 05/19; Freshman orientation 06/26; freshman orientation 07/10; transfer orientation 07/15; UNV 101 training; Graduate reception 08/27; Open House 11/09
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Promotion of School Programs and University enrolment/orientation programs for potential and incoming students
  • Middle States Periodic Review Committee [Committee Chair]
    Desc: Middle States 2013 Meetings, Preparations and writing meeting on many days: 2/4; 3/5; 3/18; 5/1; 5/5; 7/7; 7/20, 8/20, 9/14, 10/24; 11/20; 12/17 Middle States 2014 Meetings and preparations 01/07; 02/09; 02/12; 02/18 Mid States townhall mtg; 03/10; 03/28; 04/21; 05/14; 08/06; Mtg 08/21
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Middle States Periodic Review draft for university reaccreditation is now under review by the president and proovst
  • Faculty Satisfaction Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Prepare and review draft for action on faculty satisfaction issues
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Proposed action items have been incorporated in the provost action plan
  • Promotion of enrolment [Volunteer in university enrolment activities]
    Desc: Participated in enrolment promotion activities: Pace Preview Sunday (3/3; 4/7); Lubin Awards 5/13; Commencement 5/15; 7/1); meet prof (11/4); open house (11/10)
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: University enrolment programs promote university to potential students and parents. Enrolment changes are captured at the university level.
  • Middle States Periodic Review Committee [Chairperson]
    Desc: Prepare university for periodic review of its accreditation status by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education. Collect data, review issues, make recommendations
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Various unmiversity issues over the last 5 years that need attention have been raised with the president, the provost, and key members of the faculty councils for their attention. These issues should be addressed for successful reacreditation effort.
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