Forrest Briscoe

Ph.D., Management, MIT Sloan
B.A., Harvard College

Forrest Briscoe is a professor of management and a Frank and Mary Jean Smeal Research Fellow in the Smeal College of Business. He teaches courses in strategic management, business ethics, social entrepreneurship, and organizational theory. His research examines strategic decision-making in relation to a variety of topics, including corporate stakeholders, workforce management, resource allocation, social responsibility, and data governance.

Jennifer L. Eury

Ph.D., Higher Education, Penn State
M.S., Business Administration, Penn State
M.Ed., Higher Education, Penn State
B.A., Advertising-Public Relations, Penn State

Dr. Jennifer Eury is a clinical assistant professor of management and organization at the Smeal College of Business and an affiliate faculty member in the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State. She teaches courses in ethical leadership, leadership and change in organizations, and management and organization. Her research focuses on individuals’ and organizations’ responses to identity threat and organizational culture, specifically how culture can foster integrity and ethical behavior.

Glen Kreiner

Ph.D., Business Administration, Arizona State University
M.S., Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University
B.A., Communications, Brigham Young University

Dr. Glen Kreiner is a John and Becky Surma Dean’s Research Fellow in the Smeal College of Business at Penn State, serving as the faculty chair of the Penn State Online MBA program. He teaches courses in leadership, teams, and qualitative research methods. He has published his research in most of the management field’s top journals. Dr. Kreiner’s research areas include identity (organizational, professional, and work-related), mindful leadership, workers with developmental disabilities, and work-family issues.

Vilmos F. Misangyi

Ph.D., Strategic Management, University of Florida
B.A., Financial Administration, Michigan State University

Dr. Misangyi is a professor of strategic management, the BNY Mellon Fellow, and chair of the Management and Organization Department of the Smeal College of Business. He teaches courses in corporate strategy, strategic management, and power and influence.  His research seeks to contribute to an understanding of strategy that extends beyond standard economic and financial accounts by taking a social and behavioral approach to examining how executive and organizational actions influence, and are influenced by, their surrounding environments.  

Steve Parkhill

M.B.A., University of Western Ontario
B.S. Physics and Business, University of Waterloo

Steve Parkhill is a semi-retired business executive and brings both practitioner and entrepreneurship experience to the classroom with 25+ years of C-Suite experience in the Consumer Packaged Goods industry. His academic background includes various roles in the education field from instructor, to executive-in-residence, to serving on the Board of Governors. More recently, he co-founded a research-based consulting company, ScaleAgility LLC, which studies entrepreneurs of high-growth firms around the world. Steve currently teaches entrepreneurship and strategy in the Smeal College of Business.

Albert A. Vicere

D.Ed., Higher Education, Penn State 
M.Ed., Counselor Education, Penn State 
B.A., Advertising, Penn State 

Dr. Albert A. Vicere is professor of business administration in the Smeal College of Business where he teaches courses in strategic leadership. He has served as Smeal's associate dean for executive education, faculty director of the Smeal Executive MBA program, and director of the College's Institute for the Study of Organizational Effectiveness. His research interests focus on leadership development and strategy implementation.