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» Roger Hull-James S. Bingay Chair of Leadership
» Professor of Leadership
HS 382 Leadership in a Changing World
HS 383 Interpersonal Relationships in the Workplace
HS 384 Creative Problem Solving and the Planning Process
HS 385 Leading the Marketing Organization of the Future (CLF® Capstone)
GS 806 Interpersonal Skills
GS 960 Leading Strategy Development
The Hull-Bingay Chair honors the late Roger Hull, a past chairman of the College's Board of Trustees and a former chairman of Mutual of New York, and the late James S. Bingay, a former trustee of the College and past president and CEO of Mutual of New York. The chairholder's mission is to identify qualities of leadership in business, education and government and encourage their development in potential leaders.
Glenn Boseman, DBA, CLU®, CLF® received a BS from Campbell University, an MBA from East Carolina University, and a DBA in organization and administration from Kent State University. In 1985, he received his CLU® and CLF® designations from The American College. Prior to joining the College in 1981, Dr. Boseman taught management at Temple University, with a one-year interruption to serve as Visiting Scholar of Management at the University of Western Australia.
His professional memberships include the Society of Financial Service Professionals, the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, and the Decision Sciences Institute. He is the author or co-author of numerous books and articles in scholarly and professional journals. Dr. Boseman has made many presentations to professional groups, especially professional groups made up of agents and/or managers and leaders in the financial services industry.
Dr. Boseman has over 20 years experience in the financial services industry and has been a member of The American College faculty since 1981. He is the Director of the Master of Science in Management (MSM) program, the Chartered Leadership Fellow® (CLF®) designation program, and he teaches in the Master of Science in Financial Services (MSFS) program.