Two Point Park Professors Present Papers at the Second Annual International Conference On Sustainable Enterprises of the Future Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Lori Molinari, D.B.A., assistant professor of business management, received the award for Best Paper at the Second Annual International Conference On Sustainable Enterprises of the Future in Moon Township this month. It was her work on the "Reducing E-Waste of Consumer Electronics Through Reverse Logistics" paper that earned her the award.
Molinari teaches undergraduate and graduate classes at Point Park, including Human Resource Management, Marketing Research, Advanced Marketing Management, Global Environment of Business and Quantitative Methods for Business. She earned her doctor of business administration from Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship. She has an MBA from Point Park University and earned a BS in natural sciences from the University of Pittsburgh.
Michele Langbein, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of the accelerated business program, presented a full paper, The Impact of Web 2.0 Technologies on Business Sustainability, and an abstract, The Importance of Ethical Business Practices for Sustainability, at the conference.
Langbein teaches undergraduate and graduate classes at Point Park, including Quantitative Methods/Management Science, Ethical Leadership, Modern Marketing Concepts, Corporate Finance and Organizational Communications. She earned her Ph.D. from Robert Morris University - Instructional Management & Leadership. She has an MBA and a BA in business from Point Park University and an AS in management from Robert Morris University.