Tim Nguyen began his distinguished university teaching career since 2007 and is currently the Academic Director of the Business & Enterprise program and Professor at Middlebury College located in Middlebury, Vermont. Concurrently, he is a Lecturer of public policy, public management, and finance at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland (where he was a recipient of the 2019 "Excellence in Teaching" award), and at The Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice at the University of Chicago. Prior to joining Middlebury College, he was a Lecturer and taught popular business economics courses to undergraduate and graduate students in the Economics Department and public policy courses at the Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs at Brown University. While at Brown University, he held the title of the Amhowitz Faculty Fellow in Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations and also taught finance courses in the Executive Master of Science & Technology and the Brown | IE Executive MBA program. In 2013, he held the academic title of Clinical Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance and simultaneously served as the Recruitment and Program Officer of the Master of Science in Finance at the University at Buffalo School of Management. Away from the academy, Tim has more than 26 years of private sector and not-for-profit work experiences. He is currently a Research Coordinator of the Traumatic Brain Injury Model Initiative System at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (which is one of the largest rehabilitation facilities in the US and is the official teaching partner of the Harvard Medical School) and has been working there since 2010.
M.Law, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, 2020
MBA, The Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2014
MA, Brown University, 2008
MPA, The School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, 2004
MA, The Yale Divinity School, Yale University, 2000
1) Value-Based Leadership, 2) Workplace Diversity, 3) Management Education, 4) Corporate Control 5) Entrepreneurship
1) Organizational Behavior, 2) Finance, 3) Strategic Nonprofit Management, 4) Entrepreneurship
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- Legal Humanities Fellow , Collegium Institute at the University of Pennsylvania.. (2021).
- Doctor of Management Fowler Fellow, Case Western Reserve University. (2020).
- Doctor of Management Nonprofit Management Fellow, Case Western Reserve University. (2019).