Dr. Richard Afedzie
Dean, Evening & Weekend School/HoD, Management Studies
- PhD in Human Resource Development at University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas, USA
- Master of Science in Human Resource Development at University of Texas at Tyler, Texas, USA
- Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (Public Policy and Disaster Management) at University of North Texas, Denton, Texas,
- East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania in Political Science at East Stroudsburg, USA.
- Bachelor of Arts (Geography and History) at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
- Certification: Grant Proposal Writing at Fort Hays State University in 2017
Professional Memberships and Activities:
- 2015 to Present: Academy of Human Resource Development -Conference Paper Reviewer
- 2014 to Present: Midwest Academy of Management – Conference Paper Reviewer
- 2013 to Present: Midwest Sociological Society
- Organizational Development & Change Management
- Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
- Organizational Behaviour
- Human Relations in Organizations
- Human Resource Management
- Principles of Management
- Business Ethics in local governments, public sector organizations and multinational organizations. Studied the influence of organizational culture on employees’ ethical behaviour in public sector organizations. The case of the city of Dallas, Texas in the USA.
- Studying the impact of natural and man-made disasters and its recovery and rebuilding efforts in developing countries. Recipient of the Quick Response Research Grant funded by the National Hazard Centre. University of Colorado at Boulder Colorado (June 2009 – June 2010) $2,000.00.
- Afedzie, R. & McEntire, D. A (2010). Rethinking disasters by design. Disaster Prevention and Management, 19(19) 48-58.
- Ekici, S. McEntire, D.A. & Afedzie, R. (2009). Transforming debris management: New essentials to consider. Disaster Prevention and Management, 18(5) 511-522.
- Afedzie, R. (2015). Examining the influence of organizational culture on employees’ ethical behaviour in public sector organizations. Available from Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertation, Paper 8. Retrieved from http:// hdl.handle.net/10950/301.
- Afedzie, R., McEntire, D.A and Urby, H. (2010). Costa Rica: A Unique model for developing and developed Nations. In McEntire, comparative emergency management: understanding disaster policies, organizations and initiatives from around the world. http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/edu/CompEmMgmtBookProject.asp. Federal Emergency Management Agency: Emmitsburg, MD.
Other Staff Members
Ag. HoD, FESAC-IT
Head, Department of Leadership
Head, Centre for Ministerial Formation
Director, PGSR; HoD Missions
Associate Professor, FTM
Acting Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Science and Computing
Dean, Faculty of Business Administration
Head, Department Of Theology/Graduate Studies Coordinator, STML
Head, Department of Nursing and Midwifery
Department of Economics, Marketing and Services
Coordinator, Executive Education
Lecturer, Nursing and Midwifery
Coordinator, Nursing and Midwifery
Chief Information Officer
Coordinator, NCC Education
Lecturer in the Logistics and Supply Chain, and Salford University Course Instructor
Ag. Chief Finance Officer
Head Academic Registry
Ag. Director Quality Assurance Unit
Business Development and Corporate Affairs
Lecturer, Physician Assistantship Studies
Acting Internal Auditor
Head/Projects, Technical Services Unit
Lecturer, Insurance and Management
Lecturer – Marketing Department.
Lecturer, Business Administration
Lecturer Marketing and Psychology; Long Essay Coordinator, PUCGS
Lecturer, Business Administration
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance
Lecturer and Programme Manager, Banking and Finance
Lecturer, Dept. of Accounting & Finance
Language Centre Coordinator/ French Lecturer
Dept of Communication Studies
Faculty of Business Administration