Dr. Amy Paros an assistant professor of management for Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She joined Quinnipiac University during the fall of 2015 and teaches courses in decision making, project management, organizational behavior, leadership, and management. Dr. Paros achieved her Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from Northcentral University in 2015. She also has a Masers of Science in Operations Management and an MBA earned in 2006 and 2008, respectively, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 2007 Dr. Paros earned and actively maintains a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Dr. Paros serves as the Faculty Coordinator for the School of Business’s Bachelor of Business program, as well as, the Faculty Advisor for the Bobcat Project Management (BPM) student organization. Dr. Paros brings over a dozen years of industry experience working as a program manager in the engineering and manufacturing aerospace industry. During her tenure she managed new design and aftermarket projects in both military and commercial aerospace environments.
Major research areas of interest for Dr. Paros include project management, women as leaders, generational studies, knowledge workers, employee performance & motivation, and participative management. Dr. Paros' scholarship has been published and presented in the Advancing Women in Leadership Journal, Eastern Academy of Management, the Project Management Institute's Southern New England Chapter, the Online Learning Consortium, Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.