John L. Grove College of Business

324 Grove Hall, 1871 Old Main Drive, Shippensburg, PA 17257
(717) 477-1435

Dean's Office

John Kooti, Dean and Professor of Finance
(717) 477-1435

Debra Booz, Administrative Assistant
(717) 477-1435 Fax: (717) 477-4003

Anthony Winter, Associate Dean
(717) 477-1620

Anita Weaver, Administrative Assistant 
(717) 477-1620 Fax: (717) 477-4003

College of Business Academics:

Anna Bruno, Web and Faculty Support Center
(717) 477-1520

Jordan Carroll, Student Support and Retention Center
(717) 477-1429

Master of Business Administration Program

Robert Stephens, Director and Associate Professor
(717) 477-1684 Fax: (717) 477-4073

Alix Rouby, Director of MBA Recruitment, Business Internships and Entrepreneurial Outreach     
(717) 477-1351

Vacant , Secretary
(717) 477-1438

MBA Program:

Business Internship Program

Alix Rouby, Director of MBA Recruitment, Business Internships and Entrepreneurial Outreach
(717) 477-1351 Fax: (717) 477-4073

Vacant, Secretary 
(717) 477-1140

Business Internship Program:

Charles H. Diller, Jr. Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation

Otso Massala, Director
(717) 477-1422

Alix Rouby, Center Outreach 
(717) 477-1351

Diller Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation:

Small Business Development Center

Michael Unruh, Director and ELC Coordinator
(717) 477-1935 Fax: (717) 477-4010

Robin Burtner, Business Consultant/Education Programs Coordinator/Budget Coordinator
(717) 477-1935

Cheryl Young, Business Consultant
(717) 477-1935

Charles Haney, EMAP Consultant
(717) 477-1935

Small Business Development Center: 

Accounting and Management Information Systems

Brian Wentz, Chair and Associate Professor 
(717) 477-1436

Tina Commerer, Secretary
(717) 477-1436 Fax: (717) 477-4073

Management Information Systems:


William Bealing, Professor
(717) 477-1425

Hyumpyo Kim, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1641

J. Jay Mackie, Associate Professor 
(717) 477-1675

Mary Myers, Professor
(717) 477-1702

Edward Pitingolo, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1057

Huilan Zhang, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1147

Management Information Systems

Joseph Catanio, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1526

Azim Danesh, Professor
(717) 477-1674

Viet Dao, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1415

Yucong Liu, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1601

Michael Marsh, Professor Emeritus

Finance and Supply Chain Management

Ian Langella, Chair and Professor
(717) 477-1434

Christina Foschia, Secretary
(717) 477-1434 Fax: (717) 477-4067 

Supply Chain Management:


Fan Liu, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1786

Ming-Shiun Pan, Professor
(717) 477-1683

June Pham, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1139

Hong Rim, Professor
(717) 477-1172

Suyan Zheng, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1606

Supply Chain Management

David Hwang, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1775

Otso Massala, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1422

Robert Neidigh, Assistant Professor
(717) 477-1233

Fei Qin, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1678

Robert Setaputra, Professor
(717) 477-1171

Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship

William Oberman, Chair and Associate Professor
(717) 477-1625

Karen Kelley, Secretary
(717) 477-1439 Fax: (717) 477-4068


Shelley Morrisette, Associate Professor 
(717) 477-1722


Joseph Beck, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1610

Wendy Becker, Professor
(717) 477-1410

Jerry Carbo, Professor
(717) 477-1428

Nathan Goates, Assistant Professor
(717) 477-1214

Blake Hargrove, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1440

Louise Hatfield, Professor
(717) 477-1623

Irma Hunt, Assistant Professor
(717) 477-1607

Robert Stephens, Associate Professorz
(717) 477-1684

Vicki Taylor, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1217

Allison Watts, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1686


Sunhee Choi, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1691

Michael Coolsen, Professor
(717) 477-1587

Adam Powell, Associate Professor
(717) 477-1697

Ronald Taylor, Professor
(717) 477-1680

Juniors and seniors (with over 60 credits) and sophomores (with 45 credits and a 3.0 GPA or better), who are in good academic standing, are eligible to participate in the Business Internship Program. You should acquire an internship within a company or organization that is related to your academic major. Internships can be taken for 3, 6, or 9 credits. Credit earned through the internship program may only be used as a general or free elective credit that does not apply to your minor or major electives and may not be used as a substitute for major course requirements.

Internships must be approved by the respective department chair and internship director.

Internship opportunities include family businesses, franchises, small businesses, and corporations where there is a need for entrepreneurial-minded individuals. Internships often turn into job offers, according to post-graduate surveys of Ship business students.  Find your internship opportunities.

Shippensburg University has long recognized the need to prepare its students with more than academic knowledge and skills. Since 1972, the John L. Grove College of Business has offered a Business Internship Program that adds practical work experience to student classroom preparation. We extend our appreciation to the following list of some of the organizations that have provided internships for our junior- and senior-level business students during the last few years. In addition, the university participates annually in the Capital Region Internship Fair and sponsors an annual con-campus Career Fair, which enable our students to network with approximately 100 organizations at each event.  Past Internship Employers