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James Wilson

James Wilson

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Ph D, Grand Canyon University (Industrial Organization)
MBA, Grand Canyon University (Masters of Business Administration)
BA, Utica College of Syracuse University (Speech Communication)

James Wilson is a Section Lead for EEE620 Foundations of Entrepreneurship and EEE621 Corporate Entrepreneurship in the MBA@Syracuse program. He is also an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Small Business at Paul Smith’s College. Currently Wilson is working on research in the biotech-pharmaceutical sector relating to organizational design for innovation. Additional teaching experience includes: Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Personal Finance, Introduction to Psychology, Principles of Management, Advertising and Promotion, HR Management, and Sustainable Practices in Entrepreneurship. Wilson is finishing a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University and is in the Proposal phase of the Dissertation process with a working title of “An Examination of Organizational Structure and Innovation Capacity Among Firms With Internal R&D Departments in the Biotech-Pharmaceutical Sector of the United States.” Wilson holds an MBA with emphasis in Leadership from Grand Canyon University and a BA from Utica College of Syracuse University in Speech Communication.