Dr. Nicole Bryan

Assistant Professor | Management

Phone: 973 - 655 - 4492
E-mail: bryann@mail.montclair.edu
Room: 211E, Partridge Hall

Nicole Bryan is an assistant professor in the Department of Management, teaching courses in international business, international management, business and society, ethics, human rights and corporate social responsibility.  Nicole brings over thirteen years of experience in business consulting.  She is co-founder of a New Jersey based consulting firm specializing in strategic planning and research, which she began after serving as Senior Director of an integrated marketing and communications firm in New York City.  Prior to joining MSU, Nicole taught at New Jersey City University and Fairleigh Dickinson University.  Her academic approach is interdisciplinary, spanning international business, global affairs and political philosophy. Nicole’s expertise in global governance and corporate social responsibility has resulted in unique professional and academic engagements.  Her research is focused on globalization and the intersection of political, economic, technological and cultural forces.  She has travelled extensively internationally, with a focus on Southeastern Europe. Nicole has received funding from Microsoft to study the role of technology in human trafficking.  She was a fellow in the highly competitive National Security and Education Program’s David L. Boren Fellowship Program, which supported her research on post-conflict transformation and reconciliation in former Yugoslavia.  Nicole was the recipient of a National Science Foundation Fellowship to work with youth in Newark as part of a project designed to strengthen science education.  At MSU, she works closely with students and serves as a mentor to the International Business Society. She is a member of several interdisciplinary associations, including the Association for the Study of Nationalities and the International Association of Genocide Scholars.  In recent years, Nicole has been a participant in international conferences in Belgrade, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, Novi Sad, Osijek, Sarajevo, Vienna and Zagreb.  Nicole received a Ph.D. in Global Affairs from Rutgers University, M.A. in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University and B.A. in Philosophy and Administration of Justice from Rutgers University.