Our students and full-time faculty are privileged to work alongside and learn from a number of practitioners. The following adjunct instructors teach a number of courses in management and accounting. They bring to the classroom a unique blend of field experience, educational qualifications, and teaching excellence.
Elizabeth Harvey, J.D., Adjunct Associate Professor, Management
243 Ramsey Libary
After earning her law degree from Columbia Law School, where she served on the Law Review, Professor Harvey worked as a federal district court judicial law clerk before embarking on a career in corporate law at major law firms in the U.S. and Europe. Her corporate law experience includes securities, international commercial contracts and arbitration, antitrust, and general corporate matters. She also has litigation experience. Elizabeth has been licensed to practice law in two states and the District of Columbia and also obtained her mediation certification. Academically, Elizabeth has published law articles and taught law courses dating back to 1988. Her extensive pro bono work includes service as a guardian ad litem for children and as a mediator. Her broad-ranging professional interests include an internship at the Peace Corps headquarters, a variety of legal internships, and editorial work on professional science publications.
- J.D., Columbia Law School, New York, NY
- B.S., summa cum laude, Business-Economics, Miami University, Oxford, OH
- B.A., summa cum laude, Economics and Political Science, Miami University, Oxford, OH
- MGMT 300 - Legal and Ethical Environment
M 5:20-6:00 pm (RL 243); W 2:00-3:00 (RL 243), 8:40-9:00 pm (KAR 034); and by appointment
Heath Nettles, M.B.A., Adjunct Assistant Professor, Management
256 Ramsey Library
Originally hailing from the Carolina low country, Professor Nettles is an integrated marketing communications and digital media professional with more than ten years professional practice and work-related experience in higher education. Specializing in online and digital communication, including social media and content marketing, Professor Nettles currently works in healthcare digital media. His past experiences include event planning and management, higher education administration, recruitment and program management as well as college teaching. In addition to stints as an admissions officer and academic advisor, Professor Nettles has more than eight terms of experience in teaching introduction to business, principles of management and strategic management. A graduate of the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Professor Nettles received his master of business administration from Western Carolina University in Cullowhee. Professor Nettles holds an Advanced Public Information Officer Certificate in Health and Hospital Emergencies from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
- Stanford Advanced Project Management Certificate, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (Currently Enrolled)
- M.B.A., Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
- B.A., Journalism; Mass Communication, School of Media & Journalism, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
MGMT 230 - Organizational Behavior & Theory
TR 6:00-7:00 p.m.