Christopher League, Ph.D.
Christopher League, professor of computer science at LIU Brooklyn, is dedicated to making software development more secure, convenient and fun. He collects programming languages, studies nextgeneration features and helps students to comprehend the foundations of computing. Professor League contributes to various free and open-source software projects. His specialties include programming languages, operating systems and artificial intelligence; compilers, type theory and computer security, and his work has been published in the Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, the Journal of Computers and Science of Computer Programming. Dr. League holds a B.S. from Johns Hopkins University, an M.S. from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Ph.D. from Yale University. He is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery’s special interest groups on programming languages (SIGPLAN) and computer science education (SIGCSE), and the IEEE Computer Society.
Herbert Sherman, Ph.D.
Herbert Sherman, professor of management at LIU Brooklyn, teaches courses in business strategy, business and society, and organizational behavior. He has published four books in the last five years and numerous articles in strategic management, small business/entrepreneurship and business ethics. The founding editor of The CASE Journal and the editor of the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, he is a member The Allied Academies, the Academy of Management, The Case Association (formerly The Eastern Case Writers' Association), the Eastern Academy of Management and The Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management.Dr. Sherman holds a B.A. from the City College of New York, an M.S. from Polytechnic University and a Ph.D. from Union Institute and University.
Ken Colwell, Ph.D.
Ken Colwell serves as dean of the School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences at LIU Brooklyn. His research interests include the strategic factors that lead to success for startup technology firms; regional economic clusters and the role of individual action in the emergence and evolution of organizational fields; and the development of firm capabilities. His work has appeared in Organization Science, the British Journal of Management, the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing and Futures. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Colwell worked in the financial services industry, most recently as a director at Charles Schwab & Co. He is the founder of Colwell Enterprises, which helps entrepreneurial firms reach their full potential. Dr. Colwell holds a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon, an M.B.A. from San Francisco State University and a B.Sc. from McGill University.