- B.A., Kean University
- M.A., New York University
- Ph.D., Lynn University
Alison Rampersad believes education is: First and foremost…FUN; Showing students what they can be and encouraging them to aspire to higher levels Offering a piece of one's self, while still having plenty to go around for the rest of your life; She feels that being a value-added instructor – giving students the most quality for their time and effort while learning all one can from them; Understanding that each student “learns” differently; Being unafraid to share your knowledge; Being approachable so as not to intimidate.
- International/cultural focus on organizational management
- Human resources management
- Management information systems
Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice
- Cultural impact on management
- Consumer perceptions and buying practices
Hart, L.K., Rampersad, A., Petroski, M., & Lopez, J. (2008). Are there differences in perceptions of service quality and satisfaction in higher education by ethnicity? Presented at January 2008 Clute Institute ABR Business Conference, Orlando, FL, and published in conference proceedings.
- Received peer-reviewed. Best Paper Award.