Faculty Profile

Accounting Faculty

Brosh Teucher

Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Accounting

Ph.D. University of Washington: Business Administration - Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
M.Sc. Technion - Israel Institute of Technology: Management and Behavioral Sciences - Industrial Psychology
B.A. Haifa University: Psychology and Geography (Double Major)

Areas of Expertise:

Negotiation, managerial dispute resolution, cross-cultural negotiation and alternative dispute resolution, effective teamwork, leadership

Courses I Teach:

  • Management
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Business Communication

Brosh Teucher, assistant professor of business administration and accounting, led an academic exercise in his Saint Michael’s management class this past semester that became a popular and effective mentoring program for girls at Burlington’s Mater Christi School in Burlington. A group of six women decided they wanted to serve their community through the assignment, and developed and implemented “Girls In Real Life” (GIRL), “to create a community through relationships that inspire and empower girls of all ages to gain confidence through activities that promote healthy living.”
(posted June 2018)

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