Dr. Mark Bagshaw
Professor of Management and Leadership
Dept: Business & Economics
Office: THMS 101
Degrees: Ed.D. in Higher Education (Penn State), 1984; Master of Philosophy in English & Literature (Yale University), 1969; Bachelor of Arts in English (Penn State), 1965
Year appointed: 1993
Dr. Bagshaw is the former owner of a successful start-up in the direct-mail catalog music business. Professor Bagshaw teaches courses in the strategic management and leadership of organizations, as well as an international leadership course in the College's master of corporate communications program.
His published work focuses on planning and organizational issues in higher education and relating liberal arts education to leadership in business. He is the author or co-author of a number of professional publications and presented papers, including (with K.P. Mortimer) an influential monograph, Flexibility in Academic Staffing.
He was one of 15 educators chosen by ASIANetwork and the Hong Kong American Center to participate in the Pearl River Delta Faculty Development Program during the summer of 2005. His proposal received funding from the Fulbright-Hayes Group Projects Abroad Program of the U.S. Department of Education. Bagshaw teamed up with Dr. Galina An, an assistant professor of economics at Kenyon College, and Dr. Wellington K.K. Chan, a professor of history at Occidental College in Los Angeles, to develop new business enterprises and their interaction with domestic and international markets.
Dr. Bagshaw began teaching at Marietta in 1993.