Robert Sanford

Professional Details

Title: Visiting Instructor
Office: None
Phone: None
Email: robert.sanford@salemstate.edu

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
2215 01 CHE125 Chemistry of Life Processes
2216 02 CHE125 Chemistry of Life Processes
3736 S2 CHE125 Chemistry of Life Processes

Professional Biography

                                 Robert A. Sanford  Biography  

                                     

Lecturer since 1999 at Salem State College the Bertolon School of Business (Day), the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Chemistry and Physics Department and the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education. My teaching experience, both traditional and online, includes: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Management, International Business, International Management, Leadership, Management Theory and Practice, Organizational Behavior, Business Policy and Strategy, Doing Business on the Internet, Conflict and Negotiation, Labor-Management Relations, Import/Export Management  and Introduction to BusinessMy teaching experience also includes General Chemistry Life Sciences and  Chemistry of Life Processes since the Fall of  2009. In addition to teaching assignments, I developed full online course lectures for both my business courses and science courses for use on Blackboard and testing material applicable to both traditional and online courses.

Additional academic experience includes:

Suffolk University, Sawyer School of  Management, Boston, MA, Sept. 2000 to  June 2005 Adjunct Professor of Management. I taught  graduate and undergraduate courses in Organizational Behavior, Conflict and Negotiation, International Business, International Management, Entrepreneurship, Leading the Entrepreneurial Team, Management Theory and Practice.

Additional courses taught at schools in the Boston area:

Understanding Organizational Behavior {University of Massachusetts-Boston Fall 2005)

Cultural Aspects of International Business (Northeastern University, Spring 2005),

Leadership and Team Skills (University of Massachusetts - Boston, Fall 2004),

International Management (Boston University, Spring 2004).