Lori Hollenbeck, School of Business, St. John Fisher College
Lori Hollenbeck is the assistant dean for administration of the St. John Fisher College School of Business. Hollenbeck supports the BS and MBA programs, is responsible for assurance of learning, and supports faculty development and accreditation activities. She also serves as chair for the College's Educational Assessment Leadership Team and is an inaugural member of the Women’s Leadership Series steering committee. Prior to coming to St. John Fisher College in October 2010, Lori Hollenbeck was the assistant dean at Alfred University’s College of Business. While there, she served as the director of the college’s MBA program and was responsible for promoting corporate and academic partnerships for the Cisco Networking Academy Program Training Center in New York and New England. Partners included over 50 high schools, junior colleges, and universities in the northeast. Her teaching experience includes several years as a trainer in the academy program, three years as an adjunct professor at Alfred University, and two years as a tutor for Empire State College. Hollenbeck received her bachelor of science and master of business administration from Alfred University.
Joyce A. Strawser, Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University
Joyce A. Strawser is Dean of the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University, a position she has held since March 2012. Strawser joined the faculty of Seton Hall University in 1995 and has taught courses in many of the subfields of accounting, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. As a faculty member, Strawser earned awards for her excellence in teaching and service to students. Prior to her appointment as dean, Strawser served as the Stillman School’s Associate Dean of Undergraduate and MBA Curricula. In this role, Strawser provided oversight for all matters related to undergraduate and MBA curriculum development as well as all aspects of the School’s undergraduate and MBA assessment processes. Strawser has provided advice and counsel to business schools seeking to develop learning outcomes assessment programs and has made several conference presentations on business program outcomes assessment. She is currently a member of the AACSB’s Initial Accreditation Committee (IAC) and Business Accreditation Task Force (BATF) and previously served on the AACSB Continuous Improvement Review Committee (CIRC) and Business Accreditation Policy Committee (BAPC).