Sellinger Associate Professor Appointed to Maryland Governor’s Commission

Hung-bin Ding, an Associate Professor at the Sellinger School of Business, was appointed to the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, which assists the governor and state agencies in responding to the needs and concerns of Maryland citizens with ancestral heritage in Asian and Pacific Rim countries.

According to his biography on the Sellinger website, Ding received his Ph.D. in management from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His research interests include family business, entrepreneurship and corporate environmental responsibility. He recently examined the development of green innovations in emerging economies and co-organized the award winning panel discussion on Corporate Sustainability in the Emerging Economies in the 2011 AOM.

In addition to his role as an associate professor, Ding also directs international partnerships for Loyola’s Sellinger School. He also advises for the Overseas Community Affairs Council in Taiwan and serves on the editorial boards of two business journals. He also served on the Internationalization and Integration Committee for the Organizational and Natural Environment Division of the Academy of Management.

He currently serves on the review board of the Journal of Enterprising Culture and the Journal of Small Business Management. Hung-bin has taught strategic management and entrepreneurship courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels in the United States and Taiwan.


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