Eugene Simko, PhD

Associate Professor

PhD, Bernard Baruch College, CUNY

MBA, Temple University

Office: Bey Hall, Room 150

Phone: 732-571-3646

Email: simko@monmouth.edu

CV URL: EugeneSimko's CV

Fall 2014 Office Hours:
By appointment

Regularly Taught Courses:

Production and Operations Management BM 507

Strategic Management BM 490 and BM 590

About:

Gene Simko has been a member of the Monmouth University School of Business Administration faculty for thirty years. He attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, holds a BBA in economics, an MBA in management science from Temple University, and a PhD in strategic management from Baruch College of the City University of New York.

He has performed extensive management consulting and training with both corporate and public institutions; his most recent project involves a SWOT analysis for the FBI.

Dr. Simko teaches courses in strategic management and operations planning and control. He is Acting President of the International Council on Innovation in Higher Education (ICIE) based in Toronto, Canada, and has published two editions of a textbook with Thompson Course Technology on business and the Internet.

Dr. Simko holds a commission in the United States Army Reserve, Adjutant Generals Corps.

Selected Works:

Books:

Paparella, M., Simko E, and Santamaria, G., "The Potential to Ignite Knowledge and Reduce Costs in Education: A New Medium for Reading and a New Paradigm for Teaching and Learning," Refereed Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation in Education (ICIE), Prague, Czech Republic, June 2008

Simko, E, Lu, M., and Paparella, M., "Toward the Great Wall and Beyond the Digital Divide: A Proposal for a Comparative Analysis of Information Technology Education Between China and the US," Refereed Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation in Education (ICIE), Beijing, People's Republic of China, June 2007

Scholarly Articles:

M. Paparella and E. Simko, Current Topics in Technology, 2nd. Ed., Course Technology, CENGAGE Learning, Boston: 2008