EMU announces new MBA program director

Staff change

January 27, 2016 | Focus On Education | Volume 20 Issue 3
Eastern Mennonite University

David Brubaker, who joined the faculty of the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) in 2004 with a specialty in organizational development, will become the new director of EMU’s MBA program, where he has taught a course in organizational behaviour for each of the past nine years. In recent years, the MBA program has been developing a defined identity around its long-held emphasis on business leadership that looks beyond profits to measure success. Over that same period, CJP and the MBA program have been collaborating more closely in response to interest from CJP students who, as Brubaker once did, want to improve their leadership skills. In his new role, Brubaker will work closely with Sue Cockley, who directs the master of arts in organizational leadership program, now in its second year. More than 40 students are enrolled in the two programs this fall.

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