Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Accreditation

Office Location 
Sweigart Hall 219
Mailing Address 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

Areas of Expertise

Positioning; strategic market planning; marketing of higher education institutions; marketing research

Research Interests

Scholarship of teaching and learning; planning and positioning in the nonprofit sector

Teaching Interests

Strategic market planning; principles of marketing; introduction to business; international marketing; marketing analysis and decision making

Background Information

  • Doctor of Philosophy, 1998, University of Pennsylvania, Higher Education Administration
  • Master of Business Administration, 1991, Rider University
  • Bachelor’s of Science, 1989, Rider University, Economics

Refereed Articles

  • Newman, C. M. (2012). Facilitating Critical Thinking in an Introduction to Business Freshman Course. American Journal of Business Education, 5 (3), 303-309.
  • Newman, C. M. & Hernandez, S. A. (2011). Minding Our Business: Longitudinal Effects of a Service-Learning Experience on Alumni. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 8 (8), 39-48.

Refereed Proceedings

Full Paper

  • Haywood, M. E. & Newman, C. M. (2014). The Business Connection: An Integrative Business Game. Northeast Business & Economics Association Proceedings, 189-193.
  • Hernandez, S. A. & Newman, C. M. (2013). Long-term Impact of Minding Our Business Entrepreneurship Programs for Low-Income Middle School Students. Proceedings of the Academy of Business Education International Conference.
  • Newman, C. M. & Hernandez, S. A. (2011). Minding Our Business: Longitudinal Effects of a High-Quality Service-Learning Experience in Entrepreneurship on Alumni. Academy of Business Disciplines.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

International

  • Darian, J. C., Tucci, L., & Newman, C. (2014). An Analysis of Consumer Motivations for Purchasing Fair Trade Coffee. International Food Marketing Research Symposium, Arhus, Denmark.
  • Hernandez, S. A. & Newman, C. M. (2013, September). Long-term Impact of Minding Our Business Entrepreneurship Programs for Low-Income Middle School Students. Academy of Business Education International Conference, Southampton, Bermuda.

National

  • Wilner, A. F., Brown, P. A., Cape, J. E., Musumeci-Szabo, T. J., & Newman, C. M. (2014, March). Three R's for SoTL: Rigor, Relevance, and Rubrics. SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah, Georgia.
  • Newman, C. M. & Hernandez, S. A. (2010, November). Minding Our Business: Longitudinal Effects of a High-Quality Service-Learning Experience in Entrepreneurship on Alumni. Academy of Business Disciplines, Ft. Myers Beach, Florida.

Honors/Awards

Awards

  • 2013: Rider University Summer Developmental Fellowship.
  • 2012: Long-term Impact of Minding Our Business on Trenton Alumni. (With Sigfredo Hernandez) Rider University, Davis Research Fellowship.
  • 2011: Rider University Fall Semester Research Leave.
  • 2010: A Comparative Analysis of Undergraduate Capstone Marketing Courses (with Alan Wiman) Rider University, Davis Research Fellowship.
  • 2008: Minding Our Business: Longitudinal Effects of a Service Learning Experience in Entrepreneurship on Mentors (with Sigfredo Hernandez) Rider University Davis Research Fellowship.
  • 2008: Rider University Summer Research Fellowship.
  • 2007: Best Paper Award, International Business and Economics Research Conference.
  • 2007: Minding Our Business: Longitudinal Effects of a Service Learning Experience in Entrepreneurship on Mentors (with Sigfredo Hernandez) Rider University Davis Research Fellowship
  • 2007: Awarded to two faculty members from the Lawrenceville campus each academic year Rider University Distinguished Teaching Award.
  • 2005: NJPRO Foundation is an affiliate of the NJ Business and Industry Association Bright Idea Teaching Award, Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall U. and NJPRO Foundation.
  • 2004: Best Paper Award, International Business and Economics Research Conference.
  • 2004: Best Paper Award, College Teaching and Learning Conference.
  • 1999: Best Paper Award, Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Conference.