Jane Hammang-Buhl
Professor Emerita

About Me

Jane Hammang-Buhl retired as Professor Emerita after serving as Vice President for Academic Affairs and teaching for 28 years in the Business & Computer Information Systems Department. Her continuing professional activity involves Board membership for two educational institutions. Her primary retirement project involves the development of the Charles McGee Community Commonsin northwest Detroit. She continues to consult on organizational change and development issues and presents to a wide array of professional, practitioner, and community groups.

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Honors and Awards

  • Distinguished Alumna Award, Marygrove College, 2013

  •  Marygrove Teacher Scholar Award, 2001

  • Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1999-2000 

Areas of Interest

  • Business Ethics

  • Sustainability

  • Organizational Change & Development

Publications

  • Hammang-Buhl, J, J.M. Andreoli, & S. A. Welch. Lessons from the Field: Strategies and Priorities to Increasethe Representation of Women in STEM, National Symposium Proceedings: Advancing Women and the Underrepresented in the Academy. Faculty Resource Network. Spring 2008.

  • Hammang-Buhl, J. Voluntary Certification: A New Business Tool for Corporate Social Responsibility, Conference Proceedings, The Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP), San Diego, CA, 10/ 9-11/ 2003

  • Hammang-Buhl, J., L. Levitt, L. Weber. "Who Sets the Agenda? Integrating Ethics into Functional Business Courses," The Journal of Legal Studies Education, vol. 9, no. 2, (Spring 1991): 205-13.

Education

  • BA, Economics, Marygrove College

  • MA, Social Ethics, University of Detroit

  • MBA, Wayne State University

Teaching

  • SJ524: Environmental Justice

  • IS324: Social Justice Seminar: The Environmental Paradox

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