Marshall First Year Experience Faculty Mentors represent each of the departments within the Marshall School of Business, and serve as a resource for first-year students. They provide encouragement, share their knowledge and offer advice. FYE Faculty Mentors host a meal or Zoom Chat in the fall and spring semesters, and often participate in other events hosted by Marshall Undergraduate Programs. Marshall and Leventhal first-year students receive emails at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters to sign-up for Meals or Zoom Chats with Faculty Mentors.
EdD Organizational Change and Leadership and MBA, University of Southern California; BA, Smith College
PhD, Yale University; MBA, University of California, Los Angeles; BA, Stanford University
MST, Golden Gate University; BS, University of California at Berkeley
MBA, BS, University of Southern California
PhD, University of Southern California; BA, University of California, Santa Cruz<br>
Glenn received his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from USC, where he focused on the neural correlates of gratitude, empathy, and neuroplasticity. Currently, Glenn is the Director and Founder of the USC Found Well Initiative which aims to understand and promote entrepreneurial mindset in founders and business leaders.
Ph.D., MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MBA, University of Southern California; BA, UCLA
MBA, University of Southern California; BA, Loyola Marymount University
Courses taught include; BUAD 302, BUAD 302T, WRIT 340, GSBA 542, and GSBA 523T—core courses for undergraduate and graduate students.
Her commitment to her students surpasses teaching—she also coaches undergraduate student teams for case competitions as an advisor for the Marshall Case Team and accompanies them to competitions.
PhD, University of Southern California
PhD, University of Southern California; MA, University of San Diego; BA, Claremont McKenna College