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Posted 3.30.10

Dr. Charles Moses, DM '04, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship, the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board announced recently. The award, one of the most prestigious in academia, funds up to a year of research and teaching in a foreign country.

Dr. Moses will be teaching a course in entrepreneurship and conducting research on regional competitiveness. “Caribbean nations often have many resources and natural strengths, but they battle to optimize them.” He plans to use his fellowship to examine regional trade and cooperative agreements and how the current global trading rules impact emerging nations. He will be working at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.

Dr. Moses is currently an assistant professor at the Clark Atlanta University School of Business, where he teaches a variety of management courses and has a noteworthy publication record. He has has published four academic articles, and has another forthcoming. His most recent article titled “Entrepreneurial Emergence: Key Congruence Factors and Community Processes”, was published in the Spring edition of the International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives. He is a co-author of the highly influential “Darfur: Making Peace, not war: a Human Rights Perspective”, a white paper on promoting civil society in the Sudan. 

Dr. Moses credits the “superb training” he received in the Weatherhead DM program with enabling him to win his Fulbright, and to succeed with so much of his research. He is the first DM program graduate to achieve this distinction. Dr. Moses has a rich and diverse body of experience to draw upon in his teaching and his research. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the Mona School of Business at the University of the West Indies, where he teaches an MBA course in strategy and a doctoral level seminar entitled “Internationalization of SME’s”. He has worked for a variety of organizations around the world, including Newsday and New York Newsday, Labat Africa, Deloitte & Touché (South Africa), and Edupark (South Africa). He has also served in as a cabinet-level advisor to former New York Governor Mario Cuomo and as a Deputy Press secretary for the New York City Comptroller.

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