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Providence College School of Business
Koffler Hall
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Meet Our Faculty

Christopher B. Alt
Education: Ph.D., MIT Sloan School of Management
Courses Taught: Portfolio Management, Portfolio Management, Managerial Finance I, Seminar in Finance, Student Managed Investment Fund
CV: christopher-alt.pdf


John Fellingham
Education:  MBA, Fordham University
Courses Taught: Investments, Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management and Financial Markets and Institutions
CV: john-fellingham.pdf


Paul R. McKelvey
Education: M.B.A., University of Connecticut                                                            
Courses Taught: Managerial Finance I, International Finance, Corporate Treasury Management, Finance Internship, Independent Study in Finance
CV: paul-mckelvey.pdf


Paul J. Maloney
Education: M.B.A., McGill University
Areas of Interest:
Courses Taught:


Alli Nathan
Education: Ph.D., Queen’s University (Canada)
Areas of Interest: Financial Institutions and Markets, Banking and Insurance, Risk Management, Regulation, and Corporate Governance, International Finance
Courses Taught: Financial Institutions and Markets--Risk Management, Financial Management for Non-Profit Organizations, International Corporate Finance



Vivian O. Okere
Education: Ph.D., University of Rhode Island
Areas of Interest:
Courses Taught:


Ekkachai Saenyasiri
Education: Ph.D., The Graduate Center/City University of New York
Areas of Interest: Investments, Corporate Finance
Courses Taught: Managerial Finance, Financial Markets/Institutions, Investments, Seminar in Finance, Introduction to Financial Concepts
CV: ekkachai-saenyasiri.pdf

Liu Wang
Education: Ph.D., Old Dominion University
Areas of Interest: Investments, Corporate Finance, International Business
Courses Taught: Investments, Managerial Finance, Introduction to Financial Concepts, International Finance, Basic Economics

David Zalewski
Education: Ph.D., Clark University
Areas of Interest: Financial and Macroeconomic Policy, Financialization and Economic Inequality, Pluralism and Finance Education
Courses Taught: Financial Markets and Institutions, International Finance, Seminar in Finance
CV: david-zalewski.pdf

Catholic and Dominican

What does it mean to be a Catholic and Dominican college? We invite you to explore this question and the distinctive mission of Providence College.
About Providence College's Catholic and Dominican Identity