Veterinary Management Institute (VMI): Instructors
Faculty of Purdue University's Krannert Graduate School of Management serve as the primary instructors for the Veterinary Management Institute and were selected for their academic expertise as well as their professional experience in business and industry. Additional instructors, having particular expertise and experience relevant to the veterinary profession and its practice, will be drawn both from within and outside the university.
Human Resource Management
F. David Schoorman, Ph.D., is a professor of Organization Behavior and Human Resource Management. His teaching interests encompass organizational behavior, organizational theory, and research methods. His current research interests include organization effectiveness, decision making, leadership, motivation, and management. Professor Schoorman has served as a consultant for the Government Employees Insurance Corporation (GEICO), NASA, and Southwestern Bell Telephone, among others. He is co-editor of the text Facilitating Work Effectiveness and is the author of several book chapters and journal articles. His executive education teaching activities include sessions for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Indiana, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, and the Krannert Executive Master's Degree Program.
Charlene Sullivan, Ph.D., is an associate professor of management at the Krannert School. She teaches corporate finance and financial accounting and has won multiple undergraduate and graduate teaching awards. She is also a faculty associate with Purdue's Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises, where she conducts studies of cost management systems and capital budgeting practices for national and international manufacturing firms. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, as well as on other association and agency boards. She is the author of numerous book chapters and journal articles on finance and is a frequent instructor in Krannert´s executive education programs.
Daniel McQuiston, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Executive Education, College of Business Administration, Butler University. Dan's teaching interests include marketing management, industrial marketing, personal selling and sales management, marketing decision making, organizational buying behavior, strategic alliances in industrial distribution channels, customer service, and agricultural marketing. Dan brings solid Purdue teaching experience, having taught in Krannert's flagship executive MBA program and its food and agribusiness MBA program conducted with Purdue's School of Agriculture. He also teaches a range of non-degree marketing and sales programs throughout the world. Most notably, his marketing program for the restructured Hungarian Telephone Company, MATAV, was cited by The Wall Street Journal for its ability to successfully team Hungarian managers with their American counterparts from Ameritech and their German counterparts from Deutsche Telekom.
Logan Jordan, Ph.D., is associate dean at the Krannert School, where his responsibilities include much of the school's infrastructure and support services operations. His academic area is strategic management, including the management of innovation and technology. He has taught in the Krannert School’s undergraduate, masters, and executive programs, including management development programs for Lucent, Case Corporation and Owens-Illinois. He has served as a facilitator and consultant to a variety of business enterprises and not-for-profit organizations and is a member of the Academy of Management, the Strategic Management Society, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and the North American Case Research Association.