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Roger Pao

Roger Pao


How I Might Be Able to Assist

I have successfully worked with a diverse array of students in a wide variety of settings. I have taught various undergraduate and Master's-level courses at NECB, including a variety of courses in the MBA, MSF and MBEC programs.

One of my passions in life is working with students to help them be successful in the classroom to and achieve their goals and dreams.

Professional Projects or Initiatives of Interest

I have an interest in American government, business law, business ethics and compliance, international business, leadership and management, and legal and justice studies. I also have an interest in dynamic, innovative pedagogies in online environments.



Juris Doctor (JD), Harvard Law School, magna cum laude
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science and History, Duke University, summa cum laude

Courses Taught at CCG

MBA 530 Legal Issues in Business
MGM 215 Leadership and Management
MGM 255 Business Law
MBE 501 Regulations and Regulators
MBE 555 Employee and Labor Relations
MBE 560 Culture of Ethics and Competition
MSF 570 Financial Ethics and Compliance
HIS 201 U.S. History Since 1900
POL 250 Political Science

Professional Experience

New England College of Business

Associate Provost, June 2017 - September 2019;
Assistant Provost, September 2014 - June 2017;
Dean of Undergraduate Studies, January 2012 - June 2017;
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Program Chair, January 2011 - March 2015

Oversees program chair and faculty hiring and assessment, budget development and administration, program development and assessment, and online course design and development for undergraduate academic programs.

Serves as subject matter expert for courses and teaches in a variety of undergraduate and graduate disciplines, including business administration, international business and business ethics and compliance.

Admitted to Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in November 2006. Member in good standing with the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Selected Lectures/Panels

“Being You is Your Best Interest,” Panel Discussion, New England College of Business Innovation Room, February 11, 2015

“The Development and Implementation of an Online Faculty Peer Mentoring Program,” Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL, November 22, 2013.

“Ethical and Legal Considerations in an Increasingly Globalized Business World,” Guest Lecture, Cambridge College, June 21, 2011.

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