Dr. Dharwadkar teaches courses in international business, organization theory, and strategy at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has been deeply involved in teaching the undergraduate core international business course (SOM 354, Managing in a Global Setting) and the organization theory Ph.D. seminar (SHR 855, Organization Theory) over the last decade. As a Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence, he is currently working on Project ASIA to enrich Syracuse University’s efforts to expose students, administrators, educators and the Central New York community to a changing and resurgent Asia. The project’s initial focus is on the two most populous Asian countries—China and India, and is built on four pillars: Appreciate Asia (A), developing instructional materials on Asia for core and elective global business courses; Stay in Asia (S), developing a two-week immersion seminar and a possible semester-long program in India; Invest in Asia (I), introducing local businesses and entrepreneurs to opportunities in Asia; and Attract from Asia (A), recruiting qualified students from China and India to enhance the global diversity of SU's student body.
Dr. Dharwadkar has also enabled his doctoral students to publish articles in Strategic Management Journal (Hadani, corporate political activity and firm performance), Strategic Management Journal (Goranova, institutional ownership), Organization Science (Goranova, Khan, institutional ownership), Strategic Management Journal (Goranova, managerial ownership), Journal of Accounting and Economics (Duellman, board characteristics), Journal of Management Studies (Coombes, boards and entrepreneurship), Business and Society (Hadani, family ownership), Journal of Business Research (Hadani and Goranova, stock options repricing), Journal of Business Research (Khan, institutional ownership), Human Relations (Das: social identity)and Human Resource Management Review (Das: stock options) and received numerous awards for his co-authored research (Das: Best International Paper, OB, AOM 2007; Goranova: Distinguished Paper, BPS, AOM 2008; Mullins: Bill Nobles Fellowship, Rutgers University, 2011; Arora: Finalist, Outstanding Dissertation Award, BPS, AOM 2012, and Shi: Best Paper Award, American Accounting Association (MW), 2013).