Dean Appointed to Lead FDU’s Silberman College of Business
Teaneck, NJ (August 1, 2007) — William M. Moore has been appointed dean of FDU’s Silberman College of Business, effective August 1, 2007. Since 2002, he served as the dean and professor of management at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland.
FDU President J. Michael Adams said, “Dr. Moore combines impressive academic credentials with administrative skills and professional experience. Having taught abroad and having conducted extensive research on economic issues that cross borders, Dr. Moore has a full understanding of the interconnected nature of today’s global economy. He is well suited to lead our AACSB-accredited Silberman College.”
In addition to Moore’s membership on AACSB accreditation committees, he served on the blue ribbon panel that rewrote the accreditation standards for AACSB International and he is very familiar with the benchmarks and criteria that define and drive the best programs in business education.
Prior to his work at Salisbury University, Moore served as dean of the College of Business Administration and professor of management at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana. In 1997–98 he was a visiting professor teaching international management and business negotiations at Yang-En University, Quanzhou, Fujian, China.
With more than 10 years of private industry experience at TRW Inc., Moore held a variety of human resources and labor-relations positions. His responsibilities ranged from union-management relations to leadership programs for managerial candidates, as well as coordinating conflict resolution efforts and conducting job-skills training seminars.
Moore holds a PhD in business administration from The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
His research interests include the privatization of public-sector services and the impact on customer service and labor relations; training and workplace development needs in insurance, banking and financial institutions; management practices in both state-owned and private enterprises in Poland; and the impact of health and safety regulations on logging industry accidents in the United States and Canada.