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R. Scott Marshall has a B.A. in business economics, Willamette University; an M.A. in international affairs, George Washington University; and a Ph.D. in international strategy, University of Oregon. Dr. Marshall is Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research at the School of Business. In this role, he has overall responsibility for accreditation, curricular, budgetary, marketing and personnel issues for the graduate programs. Dr. Marshall partners with the Academic Directors and Graduate Programs Office staff to build excellence into all aspects of the program quality and reputation and student experience.
Dr. Marshall established the Center for Global Leadership in Sustainability (CGLS) in spring 2007 and served as Executive Director until December 2010. A strategic initiative of the School of Business, the CGLS advances the role of business in creating systemic, cross-sector solutions to persistent social and ecological challenges.
Dr. Marshall continues to teach one course, Global Business, Society and Ecology, in the Master of International Management Program. His research is in the areas of proactive environmental strategy, corporate governance and sustainability reporting. Dr. Marshall has published in leading academic journals including Business Strategy & Environment, California Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Information Systems, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, and Organization & Environment.