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Prof. Stephen W. NASON

Prof. Stephen W. NASON

Professor of Business Practice,
Director, World Bachelor of Business Program

mnsnason@ust.hk

Academic qualifications

  • Ph.D. University of Southern California, Management and Organization
  • M.A. Michigan State University, Anthropology
  • B.S. University of Texas at Austin, Anthropology

 


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, School of Business and Management, Director, World Bachelor of Business Program, July 2013 - present.

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Professor of Business Practice, since 2012, Adjunct Assoicate Professor, 2004-2011, Visiting Scholar, 2002 - 2004, Assistant Professor, 1995 - 2002.

  • University of Southern California, Lecturer of Management and Organizations, 1993-1995.

 


FACULTY PROFILE

Prof. Nason has taught at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology since 1995. He is a faculty member in the Department of Management and the Co-director of LABU (Language-Business Case Program). Prof. Nason has taught in a wide range UG and post graduate programs at HKUST, including the full time, part time, executive, and company specific MBA programs. Most of his teaching involves either negotiations or decision making. He was recently awarded the Michael G. Gale Medal for Distinguished Teaching (2012) and HKUST Great Minds (2012). Prof. Nason has worked with a variety of organizations, including Samsung Electronics, Cisco, Motorola, and the Health Care forum.


HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2018. Winner, Franklin Prize for MBA Non-Required Teaching

  • 2014. Winner, Franklin Prize for core MBA Teaching

  • 2012. Winner, Michael G. Gale Medal for Distinguished Teaching

  • 2012. Speaker for HKUST Great Minds

  • 2011. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2011 teaching)

  • 2009. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2009 teaching)

  • 2008. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2008 teaching)

  • 2006 (Winter/Spring). Winner, Franklin Prize for Core MBA Teaching.