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Lisa Boice

Assistant Dean for Student Services

Student Services
Saunders College of Business

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Lisa Boice

Assistant Dean for Student Services

Student Services
Saunders College of Business

Education

BA, MBA, Long Island University; JD, Hofstra University School of Law

Bio

Before joining RIT, Lisa started her higher education career with the Co-op and Career Services Office at Southampton College. She went on to serve for more than five years at three campuses of Long Island University where she was the Director of Student Services and Program Development and responsible for academic advising, registration and records, cooperative education, and career services. , , She moved to the Rochester area in 2006, where she used her business background as the Assistant General Manager at Barnes & Noble at RIT. She was responsible for accounts receivable, accounts payable, human resources, payroll, sales management and supervision of a staff of over 50 employees. , , Education:, , Hofstra University School of Law JD 1988, , Long Island University/ Brentwood Campus MBA 2006, , , Long Island University/C.W. Post College BA 1985,

Currently Teaching

MGMT-877
0 Credits
Half semester of paid MBA related work experience. *Note: Departmental approval required.
MGMT-340
3 Credits
This course applies concepts of ethics to business at the macro level and at the micro level. At the macro level the course examines competing business ideologies exploring the ethical concerns of capitalism as well as the role of business in society. At the micro level the course examines the role of the manager in establishing an ethical climate with an emphasis on the development of ethical leadership in business organizations. The following topics are typically discussed: the stakeholder theory of the firm, corporate governance, marketing and advertising ethics, the rights and responsibilities of employees, product safety, ethical reasoning, business's responsibility to the environment, moving from a culture of compliance to a culture of integrity, and ethical leadership.
MGMT-775
3 Credits
This course is designed to equip business practitioners with scientifically supported frameworks and methods for recognizing, analyzing, deciding on, and implementing ethical courses of action in business. Selected topics include stakeholders needs analysis, the science of decision-making, corporate social performance, issues involved with emerging technologies, and doing business in a global context.
BANA-680
3 Credits
This course introduces students to data management and analytics in a business setting. Students learn how to formulate hypotheses, collect and manage relevant data, and use standard tools such as Python and R in their analyses. The course exposes students to structured data as well as semi-structured and unstructured data. There are no pre or co-requisites; however, instructor permission is required for students not belonging to the MS-Business Analytics or other quantitative programs such as the MS-Computational Finance which have program-level pre-requisites in the areas of calculus, linear algebra, and programming.
ACCT-603
3 Credits
A graduate-level introduction to the use of accounting information by decision makers. The focus of the course is on two subject areas: (1) financial reporting concepts/issues and the use of general-purpose financial statements by internal and external decision makers and (2) the development and use of special-purpose financial information intended to assist managers in planning and controlling an organization's activities. Generally accepted accounting principles and issues related to International Financial Reporting Standards are considered while studying the first subject area and ethical issues impacting accounting are considered throughout.