Undergraduate Faculty

Alliant International University attracts a diverse faculty of working professionals with decades of experience helping to prepare students for advanced careers in mental health/psychology, education, business, forensic studies and the law. Undergraduate faculty are often also teaching at the graduate level giving Alliant’s undergraduates a unique perspective in these disciplines within the social sciences.

Undergraduate faculty include:

Miles Beauchamp

Associate Professor, San Diego
PhD, English, 2005, Wamborough University
Research interests: Social media for the professions, new media, professional communications, writing for media, publishing, enlightened brand management

Daniel M. Blumberg

Assistant Professor
PhD, 1987; Clark University
Research interests: police integrity, emotional intelligence, effective hiring and promotional practices, bullying and campus violence prevention, prison reading programs

Dawn Griffin

Director, Undergraduate Psychology Program CSPP
PhD, Forensic Psychology; Alliant International University
Research interests: Developmental psychopathology, developmental traumatology, neurological development, exploited children – thrown-away, run-away, homeless LGBT youth

Ute Jamrozy

Assistant Professor
PhD, 1996; Clemson University
Research interests: consumer psychology, sustainable and international marketing

Meenakshi S. Krishnamoorthy

PhD, 1960; Manchester University
Research interests: quantitative methods and TQM

Rachna Kumar

PhD, 1994; New York University
Research interests: software process and productivity metrics, transfer of technology skills to developing cultures, technology synchronization and organizational performance, technology mediated learning and knowledge retention, technology intervention and emotional maturity

Judy M. Law

Assistant Professor
Research interests: teaching English to speakers of other languages, French language and French and Francophone cultures, linguistics and sociolinguistics, onomastics, Middle Ages literature and history, and Classical Vocal Music: The Art Song and Opera

René M. Naert

Associate Professor
PhD, 1996; Walden University
Research interest: information systems

Hamid Rahman

PhD, 1987; Syracuse University
Research interest: finance