Dr. Paul D. Maxwell
Associate Professor of Business Administration
EdD, Boston University; MBA, Northeastern University; BSBA, Boston University
Industrial experiences included roles of Programmer to Director of MIS to Management Consultant. Served as Associate Dean of Business Programs at Northeastern University for over 11 years; owned and operated several small businesses covering Consulting, Summer Ice Hockey School, and a retail glass and mirror company.
Active in church and community organizations; Holy Name Society "Man of the Year".
Adjunct faculty member, Chamberlayne Jr. College and Northeastern University. Joined CIS faculty at Bentley University, voted Most Valuable Professor; joined Management faculty at Bridgewater State College, received tenure. Re-located to Coral Springs, Fl; joined STU Business faulty as an Adjunct1994; became Assistant Professor in 2002.
Major teaching and research areas include Organizational Behavior, Business Policy, Communications and employee development.
- Maxwell, P.D., (2011), What were they thinking? A reflective look at Students, Journal of Multidisciplinary Research.
- Maxwell, P.D., (2008), Managing Change, Borkowski, N., ed, Organizational Behavior,
Theory and Design, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, translated and marketed in mainland
- Maxwell, P.D. (2005), Managing Change, Borkowski, N., ed. Organizational Behavior,
Theory and Design, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, “Book of the Year Award”, American
Nurses Association, “Nursing Management and Leadership.”