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Name
Terrence Simon, Ph.D.
Title
Assistant Professor - Business Administration
School
School of Business/Technology and Advanced Manufacturing
Program
Business Administration
Phone
860-913-2180
Email
tsimon@goodwin.edu
Office Location
One Pent Road
Status
Full-Time
Courses Taught
BUS 101 - Introduction to Management
BUS 107 - Introduction to Nonprofit Management
ECN 110 -Principles of Economics
ACC 230 - Principles of Taxation
BUS 265 - Principles of Finance
BUS 350 - Small Business Finance
Bio
Terrence Simon is a full time professor, management consultant, author, educator, and researcher whose experience spans a broad spectrum of disciplines where he held key management positions. He advises small business owners in tax planning, business development, and strategy. Terrence Simon teaches courses in management, economics, taxation, and finance. Additionally, he is a qualitative methodologist, peer reviewer, and mentor to doctoral learners focusing on qualitative research design.
Education
Ph.D. in Business Management - Capella University
M.S. in Education - Walden University
B.S. in Management - University of Guyana

Certificates
Post-Doctoral Certificate in Management (Finance) - Walden University
Post Masters Certificate in Education (College Teaching) - Capella University
Areas of Interest / Study / Research
His areas of interest and research are taxation and finance, corporate governance, and the impact of training on managerial efficacy.
Publications
Simon, T. (2013) . A Guide to Ethical Practices in the United States Tax Industry, Bloomington, IN: Trafford.

Christensen, J.L.; Vanco, B.M.; Connell, M.A.; & Simon, T.E. (2018). Public perceptions of social responsibility: A qualitative study, Hartford, CT: Yellowbrick.

Simon, T.E.; Connell, M.A.; & Wolter, M. (2018). Experiential learning enhances business program and encourages student reflection. East Hartford, CT: Goodwin University
Giving Back
He is a board member for several not-for-profit organizations in the Greater New York City Area and an active member of the Academy of Management (AOM) serving in the following divisions and interest groups: Business Policy and Strategy, Management Consulting, Management Education and Development, Research Methods, and Management Spirituality & Religion. He is also a member of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and is affiliated with the Hartford Chapter.