Dr. Sunita Mondal joined Carlow in Fall of 2008 as an adjunct faculty of the MBA programs. She obtained her doctorate degree in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh in 2009. Her research focuses on conducting empirical research on the evaluation of public policy programs implemented at the federal and state level of the government on employment and labor market outcomes. She is particularly interested in analyzing how changes in government policies affect family formation. Currently, Dr. Mondal is analyzing how the advent of internet is driving out the brick and mortar businesses, with emphasis on the music industry. Her recent peer-reviewed publications have also looked at the effect of the use of technology in classrooms on student engagement and learning. Dr. Mondal has taught at various academic levels including graduate MBA at Carlow University and undergraduate at the School of Business, Slippery Rock University. As an Assistant Professor at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, she teaches Macroeconomic Theory, Business Economics, Money and Banking, Financial Markets and Institutions, and Introduction to Finance.
“I took Dr.Mondal economics class in 2009. The class sessions were interactive and the presentations were very clear and concise.Dr. Mondal was a subject matter expert and was fully aware of the opportunities as well as challenges in making economic concepts accessible to MBA students. Dr. Mondal always encouraged students to ask questions and was always available to answer them,” recalled MBA alum, Sandy Ramanarayanan, PMP.
Dr. Mondal will accept her MBA Adjunct Faculty Award during Carlow’s Honors Convocation on April 18, 2013.