| Brigitte J. Ziobrowski, Ph.D.
Professor of Finance
Chair, Department of Business Administration
Dr. Ziobrowski is an educator and scholar with a distinguished background in accounting, international economics and finance. For nearly three decades, she has taught undergraduate courses in corporate finance, personal finance, portfolio management, financial markets and institutions, financial planning and real estate. She has taught graduate courses in managerial finance and investments. She can speak to personal finance, business finance, international business and economics. Additional topics include establishing relationships with businesses in the region, and acquainting businesses and community groups with USCB’s expertise in the areas of accounting, marketing, management, economics and finance.
University of Arkansas, B.S. in Accounting, 1983
University of Akron, M.A. in International Economics, 1986
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio; Ph.D. in Finance, 1991
Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio; Assistant Professor, 1989
Augusta State University (now Georgia Regents University, Augusta, Ga.)
Assistant Professor of Finance, 1991
Associate Professor of Finance (tenured), 1995
Professor of Finance, 2000
USCB, Professor of Finance and Chair of the Department of Business Administration, 2013
Her article in The Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
Won the 2005 William F. Sharpe Award for Excellence in Research; cited as the best paper
published in the journal in 2004.
Won the 2005 Jack L. Walker Award from the American Political Science Association; cited as the
best paper published in the area of political organizations and parties in 2003 and 2004.
National publicity generated by her study led to passage of the STOCK Act (H.R. 682).
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Peter E. Swift, D.P.S.
Instructor of Business Management
Saturday Business Degree Plan Coordinator
Department of Business Administration
Dr. Swift is an Instructor of Business Management in the Department of Business Administration at USCB. He is also Coordinator for the Saturday Business Degree Plan. He can speak to entrepreneurship, organizational learning, marketing, international business and management strategy, business and society, small business management and operations, and marketing communications.
Brown University, B.A. in Political Science and Economics, 1969
Harvard University, M.B.A. with an emphasis on Marketing and Finance, 1974
Pace University, New York, N.Y., Doctor of Professional Studies in Business, 2009
Pepsi-Cola USA, Purchase, N.Y., Product Director, 1976
Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, Adjunct Professor of Business Policy, 1976
Glendinning Associates, Vice President/Principal, 1980, coordinated global marketing program with
Horizon Consulting Group, Founder, President and CEO; brand-building strategies for 40 companies,
Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Conn., Instructor in Human Resource Management, 2004
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Adjunct Professor, 2006
Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Conn.
Adjunct Professor, 2006
Visiting Assistant Professor, undergraduate and graduate courses in Business, 2006
USCB, Instructor of Business Management and Director, Saturday Business Degree Plan, 2007
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