Prof. James served as Associate Vice President for Research at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology where he was responsible for all aspects of research administration. He converted an Office of Technology Transfer into an Office of Economic Development and employed a student-staffed Stage-Gate Process. After leaving SDSM&T he worked as a Manager for Huron Consulting supporting their Higher Education and Research Services Practice. Prof. James left Huron in 2016 to become one of the Principals of the Maine Regulatory, Training, and Ethics Center (MeRTEC) and Coordinator of Student, Industry, & International Partnerships at the University of Southern Maine where he now a Research Professor in the School of Business, teaching Business & Legal Ethics as well as Organizational Behavior and has been developing new courses which will form the basis of their graduate certificate in regulatory compliance and ethics.
Graduate Assistant at the University of Southern Maine pursuing an MBA.
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